Github are going to take all of the code in the public repositories and store it in a decommissioned coal mine. They’re doing this in one week’s time, on 2nd February 2020 (02/02/2020) – so if you want your code immortalised (for a thousand years or more) then make sure you get it pushed up before then.
10 days left to get your code into the Arctic Code Vault! On 02/02/2020, we will make a copy of every active public repository on GitHub to preserve them in a decommissioned coal mine for over 1,000 years. https://t.co/qd2xYoFfEY pic.twitter.com/9vgX85cNqz
— GitHub (@github) January 23, 2020
Maybe try not to push any bugs on 1st February either… just a thought!
You can find out more about the Github Archive Program by following that link.