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About GithubGitHub is for Public Open Source and Private Business Code.
What is it?
Git is a fast, efficient, distributed version control system ideal for the collaborative development of software.
GitHub is the easiest (and prettiest) way to participate in that collaboration: fork projects, send pull requests, monitor development, all with ease.
How does it work?
Get up and running in seconds by forking a project, pushing an existing repository, or starting fresh. No approval is necessary.
GitHub was written for public, open source projects and private, proprietary codes — if you use Git, GitHub is for you.
What else does it do?
GitHub provides pre-rolled post-commit hooks (IRC, Jabber, Email, Trac, Campfire, etc.) as well as an innovative web hook system for writing your own.
Every repository comes with SSH support for pushing and pulling. Private repositories enjoy full SSL support on the web side, as well.
How do collaborators work? Do they have to pay?
Collaborators are people you add to your private repositories. A plan with one collaborator means you may have your own private repositories and add one other person to any or all of your private repositories.
Collaborators may fork your private repositories without using up any of your private repository quota, and without needing their own paid plan. Any space a collaborator's private repository uses goes against your plan's total amount of space.
Are my repositories secure?
Private repositories are only accessible through SSL and SSH. We make every possible attempt to never transmit your data unencrypted. That said, we take security very seriously: any security bugs found are our highest priority.
Are my repositories private?
Do you back up my repositories?
All repositories are hosted on a redundant disk array and backed up nightly off-site to encrypted S3.
I'm a solo freelance developer - which plan is right for me?
Many freelancers encourage their clients to purchase a Micro or Small plan. The client can then add the freelancer as a collaborator and has the freedom to add a separate developer or designer as a collaborator (should the need arise).
We're a small or medium sized business - which plan is right for us?
Most businesses are best served by purchasing a single Large (or bigger) plan for everyone in the company to share. This single account will host both client and internal projects. Access to these projects can then be controlled by adding collaborators to repositories. The collaborator accounts need not have a paid plan to become collaborators on private repositories hosted by the company.
As an example, the Err Free LLC development company has a Large 'errfree' account that they use to host both client repositories and their own internal projects. Err Free employees are then added as collaborators to the projects on which they'll be working. Clients will create their own GitHub accounts (these can be free accounts) and can also be given access to repositories by being added as collaborators.
We're a massive company. Do you have any bigger plans?
Contact us at email@example.com to work something out.
Is this a commitment?
No, you can cancel or upgrade/downgrade your plan at any time.
 The 300MB is a soft limit setup to prevent abuse of the service. If your open source project needs more space, email us, we're happy to provide it.
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