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IP allow lists are now generally available

IP allow lists are now generally available for GitHub Enterprise Cloud customers – allowing enterprise and organization owners to limit access to enterprise assets to an allowed set of source IPs. All authorization credential types, including personal access tokens and SSH keys, are filtered by IP allow lists for all apps, users, and roles with access to enterprise organizations. You may also use IP allow lists with GitHub Actions self-hosted runners.

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We are changing the default behavior of the endpoint in the Actions API that lists the jobs for a workflow run. Previously this endpoint was returning all jobs, including old executions if you have reran the workflow run.

Now, you can set the query parameter filter=latest on the endpoint and not receive old executions of the same job. latest is the new default behavior, but you can use filter=all to use the older behavior and receive all executions.

This is a breaking change. Existing users of this endpoint should add the filter=all query parameter to return to the older behavior.

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To improve the scale and reliability of the GitHub and Slack integration, we are moving it to a new data center. The move is scheduled for Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 4 PM (Pacific) and will take between 30-60 minutes.

During the move, slash commands (like /github subscribe), link previews (unfurls), and notifications will not be available in Slack. No other services will be impacted.

If we are unable to fully complete the move during this time, we will resume it on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 4 PM (Pacific).

Thank you for your understanding as we work to improve the integration between GitHub and Slack.

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