We’ve been including the containing branches and tags on commit pages to give you more context around changes. Now, commits in a repository’s default branch will also show you the pull request that introduced them.
SXSW has come and gone, but Austin’s vibrant tech community remains. Whether you’re in town for Xamarin Evolve or not, join @jspahrsummers, @joshvera, and me Monday night for some drinks, conversation and possibly a game
Starting today, you can use commit messages to close issues in other repositories. Now you can include “fixes user/repo#45” in your commit message, and it will close the referenced issue, provided you have the permission
We show rendered markup in several places on GitHub, most notably including a project’s main README on the Repository page itself. Starting today, GitHub supports relative links in markup files. Now you can link directly
The City of Brotherly Love gets its turn. Join @juliamae and me tomorrow night for great drinks, good times, and excellent oldies, with GitHub picking up the tab. When? Wednesday, August 22nd (tomorrow) at 8PM.