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Now, anyone can connect an issue to a pull request from the issue directly using the new linked pull request section providing greater context to your workflow.
Manage secrets, make use of self-hosted runners, and more with the GitHub Actions API—now available in beta.
On 02/02/2020 we took a snapshot of every active public repository on GitHub to be archived for a thousand years in the Arctic Code Vault. Learn about what’s included, how you can help us improve it, and more.
GitHub Desktop brings two features that avoid permission failures: rerouting when pushing to a cloned repository and rerouting when pushing to a protected branch.
Want to contribute to open source, but not sure where to begin? GitHub now helps you find good first issues to get you started.
Git 2.25.0 includes a new experimental git sparse-checkout command that makes the existing feature easier to use, along with some important performance benefits for large repositories.