With GitHub’s focus on developers, community, and customers, we can’t imagine a better place for our team to be.
At GitHub, we believe in empowering developers around the world. We also believe in basic human rights and treating people with respect and dignity. Today, I wanted to share a message I sent to all employees yesterday that is related to this, as it is important that we share our views on immigration policy with the world and not just internally with employees.
We’ve acquired Pull Panda to help teams create more efficient and effective code review workflows on GitHub.
Today we’re excited to announce that we’ll be adding support for Swift packages to GitHub Package Registry. Swift packages make it easy to share your libraries and source code across your projects and with the Swift community.
We’re thrilled to announce the beta of GitHub Sponsors, a new way to financially support the developers who build the open source software you use every day. Open source developers build tools for the rest of us. GitHub Sponsors is a new tool to help them succeed, too.
Today, Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, and GitLab are issuing a joint blog post in a coordinated effort to help educate and inform users of the three platforms on secure best practices relating to the recent Git ransomware incident. Though there is no evidence Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, or GitLab products were compromised in any way, we believe it’s important to help the software development community better understand and collectively take steps to protect against this threat.
We’re excited to welcome the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) to GitHub.
Read about how collaboration on GitHub connects to free assembly and association online as part of our input to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The EU Copyright Directive has come down to a final vote. Read on for more on what’s at stake and how the developer community shaped the debate.