[Chicago] GitHub & SpamBayes

Dan Krol orblivion at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 02:03:50 CET 2013

Presumably they're using your code in the first place, or are
interested in your project in the first place, and want to get

If you're talking about putting more info on there so people know what
your project is about, you can make a nice README.md using Markdown

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 4:56 PM, Skip Montanaro <skip at pobox.com> wrote:
>> Will you get pull requests? Yes.
> How?  What will motivate people to do figure out that SpamBayes needs
> something if all they see is a blob of code in a Git repo?  That's
> what I don't get.  If I could somehow get a note out to all
> Windows-savvy Python developers on GitHub about SpamBayes' needs just
> by simply moving the code base there, I suppose I *could* just sit
> back and rake in the pull requests.  How does J. Random GitHub User
> know anything even needs doing?  That's what I don't understand.
> I should probably admit that I know nothing about GitHub other than
> that it offers open source Git repos.
> Skip
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