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frogstair
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I absolutely love that new Github design!
Unironically

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  • 14
    #stillonmaster
  • 2
    @alexbrooklyn make this a twitter hashtag
  • 1
    Erf, I'll need to update my CSS
  • 0
    @Jilano why? This looks so good!
  • 0
    The new design is pretty great but the new repo layout is kinda meh
  • 5
    @frogstair Because I'd rather not tan every time I'm looking at a GitHub page ;)
  • 0
    @Jilano oh ok that makes sense
  • 2
    I mean, isn't it just rounded corners?
  • 1
    @LotsOfCaffeine yes, *soft* round corners with *micro*services

    But there are some saturation changes too.
  • 6
    Still waiting for darkmode :(
  • 2
    Personally it looks like shit.

    First I preferred old filled background icons.
    It’s pain for eyes to look at new ones more than 10 seconds with amount of text around.

    Second they sacrificed space of readme and comment on desktop to introduce meaningless summary that everyone who works on github repo knows anyway. By the way it shows only on main repo page so why not put it on top and let user scroll. Wait - cause you need to overcome browser scrolling issues so it was easier this way.

    I personally work on 13inch laptop from different places not from 20-30 something screen so space is important to me.

    But yeah everyone got their own taste and you need to push changes from design team from time to time and change everything despite user hate otherwise who the fuck needs design team.
  • 4
    Why am I seeing the master branch still there? This is racism.
    I want a centipede branch, and all other branches are just foot branch
  • 2
    I like it, but I think the repo browser and readme should be centered and the about, releases, etc panel should be offset to the right. Right now they just centered everything, shifting the main content the user wants to see (browser and readme) a bit to the left.
  • 1
    Really? people like it? Everyone at my work is saying we should abandon Github because of it.

    I really hate the design
  • 2
    @K-ASS you are free to manage your repo as you see fit. But you cant tell me how to manage mine!
  • 3
    @bioDan idk if you saw the sarcasm or you just genuinely hate what I said
  • 3
    @K-ASS exactly the reason for my generic answer! I thought my upvote gave it away
  • 1
    I was about to say the same thing.
    It looks great and fresh!

    But it still missing the dark theme... I hope they'll add it soon.
  • 0
    I despise rounded stuff for some unknown reasons.
    Give me edges. This is ugly.
  • 0
    I don't appreciate how space is wasted in top bar: now it's *too* resolution-agnostic, because repo's name and navigation aren't aligned with content. I cannot make beautiful screenshots without reducing window width first. Content will just jump around left-right on those, if I take different width!

    On the side note, I love how they just show releases on overview page now, it makes more sense this way. Though "Show Packages" default sucks. It will just litter sidebar for nothing if you didn't publish package.
  • 0
    Wow you all really hate that do you lmao
  • 0
    @frogstair tbh I didn't notice that, 1366x768 design huh.
  • 0
    @melezorus34 screenshot makes it look like dis
  • 0
    @vintprox those releases and packages are not there if your repo doesn't have them. I expected them to be there for a few of my repos but couldn't find them. This is the first time I see them there
  • 1
    Only thing missing is a native dark theme, thankfully we have dark reader :)
  • 0
    @Codex404 No, I mean that previous repositories have all these enabled by default regardless of releases' and packages' count, so users are provided with useless blocks.
  • 0
    @vintprox they don't show up on my old and newly created repos.
  • 0
    SHAME ON YOU
  • 0
  • 0
    @frogstair This design is unefficient and it is all about bragging, it is ANTI OPENSOURCE, who the fuck cares about the contributors ??? almost no one sadly.

    WHO THE FUCK CARES ABOUT THE CODE ??? Everyone, but for some reason in this update it is just made tiny smaller, which doesn't make sense, it is a huge loss of purpose for Github, not to mention the other details that for now you might not think about or even know.

    The thing is, this update is a mess, and they shoudln't FORCE IT on users, they could have easily added an option to revert to the old one, which means that changing to a new UI/UX (i want to puke) means that it is also a change of purpose, AKA FUCKING SOCIAL MEDIA ......... RIP GITHUB
  • 0
    @workabit dude
    All they did was make corners rounder and move the bar you find on top to the side. Everything else is exactly the same as it was

    You are so dramatic
  • 0
    @workabit also since when does a change of a design that was there since 2008 is transition to a social media?
    Also the code window isn't smaller. It's just moved to the left

    Fucking drama queen
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