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You can now search for commits from either the main search page or within a repository. Quickly discover who removed set -e or find commits that involved refactoring. Check out…

Chris Wendt
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You can now search for wiki pages from either the main search page, or within a repository. Quickly discover how to use the exec command of your Redis client, or…

Chris Wendt
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Mobile Search

Whether you're reviewing project issues from your phone while traveling for business, or trying to find a specific Node.js repository to show a friend at lunch, we want the GitHub.com…

Shay Frendt
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Code Search API

Humans have enjoyed our :sparkles: new code search for a while, and today we're ready to share that joy with the machines. :mag: With the new code search API, we've…

Jason Rudolph
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Global Issue Search

There are a more than a million open issues to be found across all public repositories hosted on GitHub right now. Finding a specific issue can be a tedious process…

Tim Pease
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Recent Code Search Outages

Last week, between Thursday, January 24 and Friday, January 25 we experienced a critical outage surrounding our newly-launched Code Search service. As always, we strive to provide detailed, transparent post-mortems…

Will Farrington
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A Whole New Code Search

Finding great code on GitHub just got a whole lot easier. Today we're releasing several big improvements to code search. New Technology First, we are unveiling our new search infrastructure…

Tim Pease
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Search Syntax Improvements

Today we are announcing simplified syntax for adding comparison and range criteria to searches. Previously we relied on Solr-style syntax, so searching for items with more than 10 stars would…

Tim Pease
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Searching and Filtering Stars

You can already see all the repositories you’ve starred at github.com/stars, but today your Stars page just got a whole lot better. Search Looking for a repository you starred? Search…

Zach Holman
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Repo Search Autocomplete

Text in our global search bar now auto-completes repositories you own or are watching. Along with our dashboard tweaks this should make it easier to navigate the site. Enjoy! (Protip:…

Chris Wanstrath
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New and Improved Search

We hit two birds with one deploy today. First, some of you may have seen a very well reasoned constructive criticism of our header user block content on the 37Signals…

Scott Chacon
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Using Git for Research

Jason Adams has a blog post titled 10 Reasons to Use Git for Research. Know anyone working in an academic settings? They may want to check it out. Academic settings…

Chris Wanstrath