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Gerhard Lazu 88d78a963d
Use CONTRIBUTING from our org
Rather than having multiple CONTRIBUTING files, one for each repository,
which we will need to keep in sync, we could use GitHub's special .github
repository for community files.

This idea was first reported by @bpo in the context of the examples

I have added it as and explained how
the contributing flow now changed for first-time contributors to *any*
repository in our org:

There is more info on this feature here:

We could continue by adding CODE_OF_CONDUCT, SECURITY etc. files and all
our repositories will use them, without needing to add these files to
each repository.

Is this a GitHub feature something that fits us?

Signed-off-by: Gerhard Lazu <>
2022-01-20 16:29:07 +00:00

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