GitHub loves third party developers. We want to help make your project awesome, and often that includes showing off GitHub integration with an image. In order to keep everyone happy (and avoid involving lawyers), we've created this repository and filled it with artwork that you may use in your own applications.
If you want to use artwork not included in this repository, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll talk.
These things are awesome and you should do them:
Use the Octocat or GitHub logo to link to your GitHub profile (or GitHub)
Use the Octocat or GitHub logo to advertise that your product has built-in GitHub integration
Use the Octocat or GitHub logo in a blog post or news article about GitHub.
Please don't do these things:
Use the Octocat or GitHub logo for your application's icon
Create a modified version of the Octocat or GitHub logo
Integrate the Octocat or GitHub logo into your logo
Use any GitHub artwork without permission
Sell any GitHub artwork without permission
Naming your application
Please avoid naming your projects anything that implies GitHub's endorsement. For example, don't call your awesome new iPhone app "GitHub Issues". Instead consider "Octoissues" or "HubIssues" or "Gissues". Maybe not that last one, but you get the idea.