Am 17.08.2021 um 22:33 schrieb Cousin Ricky:
> I very quickly found out that GitHub does not support nested
> organization! But it does allow sub-folders, so I uploaded each module
> into its own sub-folder.
This is not a matter specific to GitHub, but rather the underlying
architecture, i.e. Git.
As Git had originally been designed just to manage the source of the
Linux kernel, support for sub-projects hadn't been part of the design goals.
However, Git seems to have since grown not just one, not two, but three
ways of managing subprojects; see
https://git.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/SubprojectSupport for some
I've never had much contact with these, and only one variant so far
(can't even recall which ones; Submodules, I think, but I can't be
sure), so I have no recommendation which of these will suit your needs
best. But at lest it might give you a few buzzwords for further searches
on the internerds.
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