GitHub at Google
GitHub is home to a great deal of open source code that we release. Because GitHub is a third-party site, we have a few requirements and pieces of guidance concerning its use. They are to ensure we use the service in a way that makes sense to you and ensures our code is healthy and secure. See the links below for more information about how to use GitHub while at Google.
If you need help or have any questions, please raise a bug here.
TIP: New to GitHub?
The official GitHub guides are a great place to get started.
GitHub accounts and the policies governing them: go/github-docs/accounts
Find information on managing your account and other questions such as:
- Can you help me recover access to my account?
- How do I set up 2FA?
- What happens when someone leaves Google?
Where your repository should live, how to manage it, and more: go/github-docs/repos
Learn where to publish your code, how to manage repositories, and other questions such as:
- Should I use a Google-managed organization or my personal account?
- Can I disable GitHub features like issues and pull requests?
- How do I archive/unarchive a repository?
How to accept contributions to your project: go/releasing/contributions
Additionally, find out how to manage, verify, and troubleshoot CLAs: go/cla
What organizations are available to you, how to request a new org, and how to manage it once it has been created: go/github-docs/orgs
Learn how to join an organization, regain access, and more:
Apps and services
Policies and requirements for using GitHub apps and services: go/github-docs/services
Find out what apps and services are approved and other questions such as:
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