You can now set your status on GitHub! Use your status to share specific information with only your organization, or share a status with all of GitHub! Optionally, you can indicate that you’re busy so
The repository language bar now has a small gap between languages to make them easier to distinguish. Learn more about repository languages on GitHub
Unlimited free private repositories with GitHub Free and a unified business offering with GitHub Enterprise
We’ve made some updates to our offerings for developers and teams: GitHub Free gives you unlimited private repositories with up to three collaborators per repository at no cost—and continued access to unlimited public repositories with
The title and status on issues and pull request conversations now persists in a sticky header – giving you more context when scrolling through long conversation threads. Learn more about conversations on GitHub
When you edit a title in an issue or pull request, the old title will have a strikethrough in your event’s timeline.
We’ve relaxed the truncation of longer READMEs on mobile viewports, so now you’ll get to see more of the README before it’s collapsed. Learn more about READMEs
When you open a new issue from a comment, the new issue will include the full original comment text in its body. Learn more about issue
You can now download all the data GitHub stores on your behalf with the click of a single button.
For repositories with issue templates, the “Open new issue” from comments option will be restricted to users with write access. Learn more about issue templates
This release of GitHub for Unity adds support for GitHub Enterprise and and fixes multiple bugs including a critical bug in the implementation of Unity’s Smart Merge tool which can easily merge scene and prefab