Awesome Open Source
Awesome Open Source

Short description (one line) about what this project stands for.

Under Development Public Domain Travis

Short project's overview (one paragraph) explaining what this project stands for. Using this boilerplate, three lines is a good length for briefly explaining this project's purpose while respecting the base layout. 👽



Installing

[?] So, how users can get this project up and running on their machines?

# Describe it in a nice way. Code samples with installation basics works great
$ npm install --global ghdocs
$ ghdocs

Getting Started

[?] What does this project stands for?

Usage

[?] Tell contributors how to use it.

Contributing

[?] Write some Contributing guidelines or a Contributors list (or both!). Like:

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for more details.

or if you like it simple:

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Create a branch
  3. Commit your changes
  4. Push your commits to the branch
  5. Submit a pull request

You can find more information about Pull Requests here

Check also the list of contributors who helped on this project.

Changelog 📝

[?] Write here a link for your CHANGELOG file. It's also commonly called HISTORY.

Acknowledgments 👍

[?] Reference someone's code you used, insert an external link or thank people, i.e.:

  • Shields.io. Definitely a must-have.
  • Travis-CI. Another must-have. Test and Deploy with Confidence.

To-Do 👨

[?] If your project is still in an early release, a to-do list is a good thing to keep track:

  • [x] Include something
  • [ ] Another something
  • [ ] So on...

License

[?] Include a refence for the license you choosed. For this project my take was the Public License. More licenses here.

CC0

To the extent possible under law, YOUR_NAME_HERE has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.


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