Why are Readme Important ?

You can add a README file to a repository to communicate important information about your project. A README, along with a repository license, citation file, contribution guidelines, and a code of conduct, communicates expectations for your project and helps you manage contributions.

For more information about providing guidelines for your project, see "Adding a code of conduct to your project" and "Setting up your project for healthy contributions."

A README is often the first item a visitor will see when visiting your repository. README files typically include information on:

What the project does Why the project is useful How users can get started with the project Where users can get help with your project Who maintains and contributes to the project If you put your README file in your repository's root, docs, or hidden .GitHub directory, GitHub will recognize and automatically surface your README to repository visitors.

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