A developer created a site to track projects uploaded to the platform, having xylophone notes play whenever something new happens

GitHub, a web-based hosting service, has created a tracking webpage of all their projects with relaxing music playing in the background. Whenever something new happens to a project on their website, a small bubble appears while a distinct xylophone note plays on GitHub Audio.

The goal of the plucked strings and soothing orchestral music is to provide developers and coders with a calm ambience while they work. The events on the webpage are trackable. Once they happen, anyone can freely click on them to see what the event was. These bubbles range from a new code snippet added to a repository, the opening or closing of an issue and even a test code submitted by someone.

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