Want to better understand how GitHub’s dependency graph works? By parsing your repository’s manifest and lockfiles, it identifies all upstream dependencies and public downstream dependents of a repository or package. https://t.co/DrGwIA4au3
GitHub Actions help automate tedious tasks and comes with powerful hosted runners, but what if you want to host your own? Learn how self-hosted runners on Google Cloud give you control and flexibility in your Actions execution environment. https://t.co/vysVKjwDr1.
GitHub Actions now runs workflows on fork pull requests at the enterprise, org, and repo levels. Plus new events and improvements for more secure workflows on public repo PRs. https://t.co/7jEYgNVk0Q..
GitHub is joining the @LinuxFoundation Open Source Security Foundation. This is a great next step in the evolution of the Open Source Security Coalition, and we couldn’t be more excited about the future of open source software. Read more at https://t.co/JbTgELGKoV
Join @andy_kelley and @croloris this Saturday in celebrating the past, present, and future of Zig.
The LIVE show will host the *first-ever* fundraiser for the Zig Software Foundation and GitHub Sponsors donations will unlock a few easter eggs!
More info: https://t.co/tgousmE8Vz
We’re super excited to announce the release of our @GitHub Action — wrangler-action 1.2.0! Improvements include:
🤫 support for Workers Secrets
🏎 faster build times
Thanks to Jason Gill and @bradyj for contributing to this release 🙌
This week has been a horrifying, sad reminder of the centuries-long pattern of systemic racism in the US. And that our criminal justice system is in dire need of reform. GitHub stands with the Black community and will not be silent on violence and injustice.