Continuing from a recent blog post:
Yeah, insisting. GitHub is currently the closest financially successful company of my dreams, in which I'd love to be working with. The first one would be, of course, my own (which still couldn't find its social position / financial freedom). Plus, I'd be really surprised if they're not interested in developing at least weak Ai. And, as far as things are going, I could easily change my mind setting GitHub to my first if it continues to surprise me!
I had today this little feature suggestion and since I couldn't find anywhere there to publish, or maybe even if I did find I should probably organize them somewhere to build up a history of applying to work there, here I want to open a topic to keep bringing up ideas.
The first idea I wanted to suggest back when I started this (and I'm not sure where I've posted it now, since it isn't there) was simply using discourse instead of their current Issue tracker. Should definitely fork it or make a plugin so it would have a GitHub look and feeling... I'm pretty sure it's not just building CSS there. But still, it would be way much better than the current tracker, which isn't bad, but like any other similar tool, it's still way behind discourse.