Packages: Fine-grained permissions and organization-level publishing are now available for the GitHub Packages RubyGems registry
Packages: Fine-grained permissions and organization-level publishing are now available for the GitHub Packages NuGet registry
Packages: Fine-grained permissions and organization-level publishing are now available for the GitHub Packages npm registry
From hosting private packages in a private repository to tightening your security profile with GITHUB_TOKEN, here are five simple ways you can streamline your workflow with GitHub Packages.
GitHub Packages Container registry is generally available!
Throughout the beta, we added features to improve the experience of using the Container registry. Today, we’re excited to announce that the Container registry is generally available as part of GitHub Packages!
GitHub Packages: Filtering for package search results
In addition to deleting private packages through the GraphQL API, you can now delete private packages when navigating to your repository's packages on github.com. See our guide in GitHub Help…
We're renaming GitHub Package Registry (GPR) to GitHub Packages. This change is reflected on [GitHub.com](https://www.github.com), in the APIs and webhooks
Starting today, GitHub Packages (formerly GitHub Package Registry) is generally available.
We’re excited to announce that the GitHub Advisory Database now includes curated security advisories on Erlang, Elixir, and more.
Packages: Container registry now supports GITHUB_TOKEN
We’ve introduced the ability to proxy packages from the npm registry through GitHub Package Registry for easier configuration and consolidation. Read more about the change and opt in to try it out.
You can now use a `GITHUB_TOKEN` when publishing or installing a npm or Apache Maven package to GitHub Package Registry from a GitHub Action. You can also publish or install packages…
Today we’re excited to announce that we’ll be adding support for Swift packages to GitHub Package Registry. Swift packages make it easy to share your libraries and source code across your projects and with the Swift community.
GitHub Actions - Enforcing workflow scope when creating a release
Secret scanning scans public npm packages
In September, we experienced two incidents that resulted in degraded performance across GitHub services.
Changes to token permission on packages
GitHub Actions - Force cancel workflows
GitHub Actions - Updates to GITHUB_REF and github.ref