On the last community call on August 25th, we had our very own Frictionless Data developer Shashi Gharti presenting to the community the new Frictionless GitHub integration, to read and write data packages from/to GitHub repositories.
Besides reading and writing packages, the integration also allows the creation of containers for data packages: the catalog (opens new window), a list of packages from multiple repositories in GitHub. To select which repository you want to be in the catalog, you can use any GitHub qualifier.
The Frictionless GitHub integration is part of the beta release of Frictionless Framework version 5 (opens new window).
If you are interested in knowing more about the Frictionless GitHub integration, have a look at Shashi’s presentation and demo:
You can also check out Shashi’s slides (opens new window) or have a look at the project documentation (opens new window). If you use the Frictionless Framework v5 and its GitHub integration, please let us know! And if you have any feedback, feel free to open an issue in the repository (opens new window)
# Join us next month!
Next community call is on September 29th. Frictionless Data lead developer Evgeny Karev will be presenting the Frictionless Framework version 5, so make sure not to miss it!
You can sign up for the call already here (opens new window).
Do you want to share something with the community? Let us know when you sign up.
Would you like to present at one of the next community calls? Please fill out this form (opens new window).
# Call Recording
On a final note, here is the recording of the full call: