As part of GitHub’s strong commitment to developer privacy, we are excited to announce updates to our privacy agreements in line with new legal requirements and our own robust data protection practices.
In 2019, to meet GitHub’s growth and availability challenges, we set a plan in motion to improve our tooling and ability to partition relational databases.
In August of 2020, we started highlighting stories that showcase how developers, maintainers, and organizations are moving humanity forward through The ReadME Project.
What did we ship in August? Codespaces, Discussions, and lots of other updates, from the general availability of the dark high contrast theme to an auto-generated table of contents for wikis.
Announcing recipients of the GitHub Open Source Grants and opening of GitHub Sponsors in India.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.2 is available today as a release candidate. With this release, we’re shipping over 70 new features and changes to improve the developer experience and deliver new security capabilities for our customers.
We put out a call to open source developers and security researchers to talk about the security vulnerability disclosure process. Here’s what we found.