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You can now create and share search queries that resolve to the current user by using the @me search syntax.

For example, navigating to (when logged into GitHub) will return all the open issues that are assigned to you. You can also type assignee:@me is:issue state:open into any search field to return the same results.

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We have changed the artifact download experience in GitHub Actions so it no longer adds an extra root directory to the downloaded archive.

Previously, if you uploaded the following files and folders as an artifact named `foo`, the downloaded archive would contain the following structure:

 |-- file1.txt
 |-- dir1/
 |    |-- dir1-file1.txt

Now, you will get an archive that only contains the files and folders you uploaded:

|-- dir1-file1.txt
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