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Release Radar · August 2021 Edition

The end of financial year is complete, tax time is over, and everyone is back to shipping awesome projects. During August, our community has been super busy shipping lots of new updates. These new releases
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GitHub Availability Report: August 2021

In August, we experienced two distinct incidents resulting in significant impact and degraded state of availability for Git operations, API requests, webhooks, issues, pull requests, GitHub Pages, GitHub Packages, and GitHub Actions services.
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Improving Git Protocol Security On GitHub

We’re changing which keys are supported in SSH and removing unencrypted Git protocol. Only users connecting via SSH or git:// will be affected. If your Git remotes start with https://, nothing in this post will affect you. If you’re an SSH user, read on for the details and timeline.
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Vague Infringement Allegations Considered Harmful

Ensuring that software copyright allegations are specific and actionable benefits the entire developer ecosystem. That’s why GitHub submitted a “friend of the court” brief in the SAS Institute, Inc. v. World Programming Ltd. case before a Federal Court of Appeals.
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Highlights From Git 2.33

The open source Git project just released Git 2.33 with features and bug fixes from over 74 contributors, 19 of them new. We last caught up with you on the latest in Git when 2.31
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Release Radar · Mid-year 2021 Edition

It’s been a busy time of the year for our Hubbers (GitHub employees). We’ve been shipping products, getting ready for launches, and taking some much needed time off for the summer. Well, it’s summer for
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GitHub Availability Report: July 2021

In July, we experienced no incidents resulting in service downtime to our core services. Please follow our status page for real time updates. To learn more about what we’re working on, check out the GitHub
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