Setting up your project for healthy contributions
Repository maintainers can set contributing guidelines to help collaborators make meaningful, useful contributions to a project.
Setting guidelines for repository contributors→
You can create guidelines to communicate how people should contribute to your project.
Adding a license to a repository→
You can include an open source license in your repository to make it easier for other people to contribute.
Adding support resources to your project→
You can create a SUPPORT file to let people know about ways to get help with your project.
Creating a default community health file→
You can create default community health files, such as CONTRIBUTING and CODE_OF_CONDUCT. Default files will be used for any public repository owned by the account that does not contain its own file of that type.