October 4, 2017
Every now and then you want to make a repository that’s private. Not for an open source project, but for other stuff: research, writing a novel, family history, or a community’s private files. Or your team’s API keys, devops secrets, and business docs.
What do you do?
A free, happy solution
Starting today in the Keybase app, you’ll see a new Git tab. From there, you can make hosted repositories. Just type a name and you’re good to go. From zero to clone, it’s less than 60 seconds.
Above, you can see I’ve made personal repos: docs, health, taxes, and writing. I check them out on all my computers.
I also have access to team repositories made by my friends, family, and coworkers: founding docs for Keybase; some nostalgia from the old OkCupid and SparkNotes days; maybe even some shared erotic art that’s Not Safe For Work.
This is working today and you, too,
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