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Deprecation: Source Imports REST API

The Source Imports REST API allows integrators to programatically import internet-accessible Git repositories into – for example, from code hosting platforms like Bitbucket Cloud or

We're ending support for this API due to very low levels of usage and available alternatives. From 00:00 UTC on April 12, 2024, these endpoints will return an error. Integrators affected by this change will receive email alerts ahead of this deprecation.

If you're using the Source Imports API, you'll need to update your integration by that date, or it will stop working. You can learn about alternatives to this API on the new "Programatically importing repositories" page on the GitHub Docs.

Requiring Actions workflows with Repository Rules is now generally available on!
Screenshot showing the add required workflow modal overtop the enabled rule inside a ruleset

Through Repository Rules, GitHub Enterprise Cloud customers can now set up organization-wide rules to enforce their CI/CD workflows, ensuring workflows pass before pull requests can be merged into target repositories. Additional settings allow for fine-tuning how the workflow file can be selected — either from a specific branch, tag, or SHA — and provide maximum control over the version expected to run.

Applying a newly created workflow policy across an organization can feel risky. To ensure confidence when enabling a workflow rule across targeted repositories, workflow rules can be put into “evaluate” mode which will validate the rule is working correctly. And don’t worry, organization administrators can even allow select roles to “break the glass” and bypass a rule when necessary.

Learn more about this release and how requiring workflows with Repository Rules can protect your repositories.

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Whether you’re pinpointing crucial code elements or sharing insights with your colleagues, GitHub Mobile code search ensures that you stay productive and connected to your projects, no matter where you are.

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