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Paused: Sunset of Deprecated Teams API Endpoints

We recently announced a plan to sunset deprecated Teams API endpoints over the coming weeks. On March 1, we conducted the first scheduled brownout for 12 hours.

As we gathered metrics and consumer feedback on the brownout, we formed a new understanding of its impact on our consumers and parallel work. Consequently, we are deciding to pause the remainder of the sunset. Instead, we will sunset deprecated Teams API endpoints over a new timeline in the coming months as we invest more deeply into API versioning and our Octokit SDKs.

If you are using a deprecated endpoint under a /teams/:team_id path, we continue to encourage you to switch to the /organizations/:org_id/team/:team_id path. Please refer to the REST API documentation to learn more about supported Teams API endpoints.

GitHub Advanced Security customers can now scan their public repositories using Advanced Security secret scanning. Like scanning on private repositories, scanning on public repositories can be enabled at the repository, organization, and enterprise levels. Results can be viewed at each level in both the UI and API.

In addition, GitHub continues to scan all public repositories for secrets issued by our secret scanning partners and to send any detections to the relevant partners. Secret detections that overlap between partner patterns and Advanced Security patterns will be sent to the partner and appear in the secret scanning UI.

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