github-templates - Good templates for the issue, pull request, and contributing templates on GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket

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Good template for GitHub's ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md, CONTRIBUTING.md, and PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE.md files. When you run git tpl, you'll be prompted for your username, email address, and repository name - you can leave the defaults if they look correct (inferred from git config variables).

https://github.com/tylucaskelley/github-templates

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