Universe 2020: GitHub simplifies open-source investing, adds dark mode, and more

Universe 2020: GitHub simplifies open-source investing, adds dark mode, and more
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GitHub is announcing a new way for businesses to invest in open-source alongside other features on day one of its virtual Universe conference.

Businesses will now be able to show their support and appreciation for their favourite open-source projects via ‘GitHub Sponsors for Companies’.

The new feature enables companies to invest in open-source projects using their existing GitHub billing arrangements. Several high-profile businesses – including Amazon Web...

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