Approved Git Repositories
Git Repository is resource used for code sharing.
It’s a site for programmers that many companies and organizations use to facilitate project management and collaboration.
Who uses Git Repository?
Git Repository is used by developers, programming instructors, students, and businesses to host of open source projects and facilitate structured collaboration on a platform.
What is Git Repository used for?
Git Repository is a platform for hosting code that allows for version control and collaboration.
The list of Principal Git Repositories:
The list of Supplementary Git Repositories:
- Amazon AWS CodeCommit
- Microsoft Azure DevOps
- Microsoft Open Source
- Google Open Source
- Google Summer of Code
A Digital Public Good is defined as: open source software, open data, open AI models, open standards and open content that meet all requirements for Open Source Solutions, help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, were developed based on the Digital Development Principles, adhere to privacy and other applicable laws and best practices, do no harm, are published in one of the “approved Git repositories“, and demonstrate the use approved open license.