How would Google treat a GitHub-Pages site, that is based on the same content as the GitHub repository itself?

I’ve just created a GitHub Pages "site", out of one of my repositories on Github. Basically it’s just a landing page, that pretty-prints my readme.md file(that is found in the repo). GitHub allows you to create such a site automatically.

I don’t know too much about SEO, but i’ve heard that google takes into account "duplicate" content, as a "devaluation" factor.

So i was wondering: If google finds a Github repo page, that outputs some readme.md file, and then finds a Github.io(GitHub Pages) page, that has almost the identical content- would it treat it as some duplicate, and apply some kind of penalty to it?

Kafka source code on github and from the apache website is missing the “org.apache.kafka.common.message.” package? [closed]

I tried downloading the source code of Kafka from Github as well as from Apache’s website. I found that both the sources were missing the “org.apache.kafka.common.message.” package. Can anybody kindly let me know why this might be the case.

Kindly note that I had downloaded the source of “AK RELEASE 2.5.0” from Apache’s website. Similarly I used “trunk” branch from the current github repository for kafka.

SSH CA for managing Github SSH Certificates [migrated]

Github now support authentication via an OpenSSH certificate: https://github.blog/2019-08-14-ssh-certificate-authentication-for-github-enterprise-cloud/.

However, I cannot find any recomendations for a certificate authority to manage these SSH certificates.

There seem to be numerous options surrounding certificate management for servers and productions environments, e.g. BLESS, CASSH etc.

What would you recommend for managing SSH certificates for developers to access Github?

In an ideal world, this would allow for custom configuration by developer. It would be able to interact with an existing active directory to authenticate users attempting to create certificates and it would be a managed service.

Details on GitHub vulnerability detection model

GitHub introduced automatic vulnerability detection last year. This blog gives a bit of detail: https://github.blog/2018-10-09-applying-machine-intelligence-to-security-alerts/

I am doing a seminar project on this detection and interested to know more about how the machine learning model works. The blog post did not have much resources to continue.

Is there any published paper on their approach? Or anyplace else where I can get more information.

How to use GITHUB code in sharepoint?

i need to create a mega-menu from a list in SharePoint online. as similar to the once below to my SharePoint. I have never used or tried to add GITHUB code sample to my SharePoint. Please let me know how to use the code samples from GITHUB like the one below. https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-extensions/tree/master/samples/react-mega-menu

https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-extensions

¿Debo y cómo migrar de GitLab a GitHub?

Primero que nada hago esta pregunta, y no se si esta mal hacerla en esta pagina, ya que en si no es algo de programación pero veo que existe la etiqueta Git. Pero si esta mal, les pido perdón.

Suponiendo que es aceptada, paso a comentar mi situación:

Me dieron un proyecto para que lo continúe, el mismo esta situado en GitLab. Ya tengo creada mi cuenta, no tengo creado las claves SSH que pide para poder empezar. Viendo tutoriales y demas en Internet, me da a entender(sí estoy equivocado alguien que me corrija, por favor) que necesito tener Linux. Cabe aclarar que tengo Windows. Se que puedo bajar una maquina virtual y continuarlo ahi de ultima, pero realmente me parece algo un tanto molesto estar en una máquina virtual, pero de acuerdo a sus respuestas lo continuare en Ubuntu(supongo).

¿GitLab es para Linux y GitHub para windows? Porque he tenido mis repositorios en GitHub y todo bien, no tuve que hacer lo que estoy haciendo o intentando hacer con GitLab. Si no es asi, alguien me podría guiar o de ultima, enviarme algun tutorial de YouTube, o manual, algo para poder solucionar mi situación, que la resumo.

Quiero continuar el proyecto sin necesidad de usar una maquina virtual de Linux o de ningún otro sistema operativo

Sin autorización para subir al github package registry

Estoy tratando de publicar mi proyecto en github, en su registro de paquetes basado en este tutorial provisto por ellos.

trato de desplegar mediante coolbeans que me genera este comando:

cd C:\Users\Ivana Martinez C\IdeaProjects\jcalendar; "JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\CoolBeans\jre" cmd /c "\"\"C:\Program Files\CoolBeans\java\maven\bin\mvn.cmd\" -Dregistry=https://maven.pkg.github.com/javatlacati -Dtoken=1234 -Dmaven.ext.class.path=\"C:\Program Files\CoolBeans\java\maven-nblib\netbeans-eventspy.jar\" -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 deploy\"" 

El mensaje de error que me manda es:

Reactor Summary:  JCalendar swing .................................... FAILURE [  4.820 s] JCalendar .......................................... SKIPPED JCalendar demo ..................................... SKIPPED ------------------------------------------------------------------------ BUILD FAILURE ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Total time: 5.213 s Finished at: 2019-09-28T19:32:19-05:00 Final Memory: 9M/34M ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 

Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-deploy-plugin:2.7:deploy (default-deploy) on project jcalendar-swing: Failed to deploy artifacts: Could not transfer artifact com.github.javatlacati:jcalendar-swing:pom:1.3.4 from/to github (https://maven.pkg.github.com/javatlacati/jcalendar): Failed to transfer file: https://maven.pkg.github.com/javatlacati/jcalendar/com/github/javatlacati/jcalendar-swing/1.3.4/jcalendar-swing-1.3.4.pom. Return code is: 401, ReasonPhrase: Unauthorized. -> [Help 1]

Mi archivo settings.xml es el siguiente:

<settings xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.0.0"           xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"           xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.0.0                       http://maven.apache.org/xsd/settings-1.0.0.xsd">      <activeProfiles>         <activeProfile>github</activeProfile>     </activeProfiles>      <profiles>         <profile>             <id>github</id>             <repositories>                 <repository>                     <id>central</id>                     <url>https://repo1.maven.org/maven2</url>                     <releases>                         <enabled>true</enabled>                     </releases>                     <snapshots>                         <enabled>true</enabled>                     </snapshots>                 </repository>                 <repository>                     <id>github</id>                     <name>GitHub javatlacati Apache Maven Packages</name>                     <url>https://maven.pkg.github.com/javatlacati</url>                 </repository>             </repositories>         </profile>     </profiles>      <servers>         <server>             <id>github</id>             <username>javatlacati</username>             <password>1234</password>         </server>     </servers> </settings> 
  • Nota: obviamente mi tóken no es 1234, pero ese pongo como ejemplo

Los permisos que le dí al tóken de github son:

  • repo:status
  • repo_deployment
  • public_repo
  • repo:invite
  • write:repo_hook
  • read:repo_hook