GitHub Repository

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A GitHub Repository is a Git repository (typically a source-code repository) managed by a GitHub service.


To create a new repo, you'll use the git init command. git init is a one-time command you use during the initial setup of a new repo. Executing this command will



    • User accounts only have two permission levels, the account owner and collaborators.
      • Owner: This user has full control of the account and the private repositories directly owned by the account. There is only one owner of a user account's repositories, this cannot be shared with another user.
      • Collaborator: Has push/pull access to the repositories they have been granted collaborator access. See the "Write Access Teams" and "Read Access Teams" permissions below for more details.