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GitHub Game Off Winners 2017

Game Off 2017 winners

Thousands of game developers from all over the world participated in Game Off, our fifth annual game jam celebrating open source. The theme this year was throwback, and jammers created…

Lee Reilly
Archiving repositories

Archiving repositories

Just because a repository isn't actively developed anymore and you don't want to accept additional contributions doesn't mean you want to delete it. Now archive repositories on GitHub to make…

Mike McQuaid

Stretching Spokes

GitHub's Spokes system stores multiple distributed copies of Git repositories. This article discusses how we got Spokes replication to span widely separated datacenters. Background: Spokes GitHub developed a system called…

Michael Haggerty
Git 2.9 has been released

Git 2.9 has been released

The open source Git project has just released Git 2.9.0, with a variety of features and bug fixes. Here's our look at some of the most interesting new features: Faster…

Jeff King

Repository invitations

Beginning today, repository admins must invite you to their repository and you must accept the invitation before you can start collaborating. Repository invitations let you decide whether or not you…

Coraline Ada Ehmke

Expanded webhook events

Webhooks are one of the more powerful ways to extend GitHub. They allow internal tools and third-party integrations to subscribe to specific activity on GitHub and receive notifications (via an…

David Celis