As seen in here, you can merge GitHub with Atom, so you can pull your repo on GitHub to Atom, see changes on Atom, make changes in Atom, commit in Atom, and then push to GitHub, similiar to GitHub Desktop just with a built-in editor. An extra video can be found in the other post. So what a normal preson would think: How can I log in in Atom. Maybe I don’t know what to do, but I really think you have to log in with your GH account on Atom, because you actually have no perms to push commits.
So actually my question is the following: How am I going to connect Atom with GH, so I can see everything in GH in Atom (externally). If I am misunderstanding something, maybe you can’t, because of this post I found in here. But the Version is old, and the core function “Git-Integrator” is firstly introduced 8 versions after it. There are no instructions, which is really bad imo.
I already have a repo, and know how to link, if I know the basics. I am very sensible about anything outside an editor, so please give me an introduction to anything I need to know.
Thanks for reading.