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GitHub Sponsors available in 30 new regions

GitHub Sponsors is now available in 30 new regions! Waitlists are gone and you can now sign up for Sponsors if you have a bank account in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, The Gambia, Gibraltar, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Israel, Kenya, Liechtenstein, Morocco, Paraguay, Peru, The Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, The United Arab Emirates, and Uruguay.

As always, you can sponsor projects from wherever GitHub does business and join the Sponsors waitlist if we're not yet in your region.

You can now deploy to a GitHub Pages site directly from a repository using GitHub Actions, without needing to set up a publishing source. Using Actions to orchestrate Pages publishing provides many more options for choosing your authoring framework (Next.js, Hugo, Gatsby, Jekyll, NuxtJS or other technologies, and the associated versions thereof) as well as giving you finer control over the publishing process, such as leveraging deployment gates.

We have written several starter workflows for the most common frameworks but also have a “Static“ option if you want to deploy the contents of your repository with no build step.



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GitHub Advanced Security customers who are watching a repository's secret scanning alerts will now receive an email notification when a contributor bypasses a secret blocked by push protection. Previously, notifications were not sent if the secret was marked as a false positive or as used in tests.

Learn more about protecting pushes with secret scanning

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