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Newsletter #2: Legal trouble for Github, new AMD CPUs, better Linux gaming, and more…

NEWS GitHub Copilot litigation · Joseph Saveri Law Firm & Matthew Butterick GitHub Copilot litigation New Zealand admits it has direct access to Facebook takedown portal where it can flag content for censorship The censorship-loving government has a direct line to the tech giant. Reclaim The NetTom Parker 1. Thread: THE TWITTER FILES — Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) […]

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GitHub, accessibility, and the disability divide

There are more than one billion people in the world with disabilities. I’m proud to be one of them. However, those of us with disabilities encounter barriers every day. From transportation to civic participation, from education to employment, and from entertainment to healthcare, people with disabilities must overcome a myriad of environmental and attitudinal barriers […]

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Introducing Mona Sans and Hubot Sans

Here at GitHub, we want the things you interact with to feel innately GitHub, but we don’t need to be the only ones that have access to the elements that make GitHub, GitHub. Over the years, we’ve developed our own fonts that are sprinkled across everything you experience with GitHub, and we’re excited to release […]

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To infinity and beyond: enabling the future of GitHub’s REST API with API versioning

Millions of developers rely on the GitHub API every day—whether they’ve built their own bespoke integration or are using a third-party app from the GitHub Marketplace. We know that it’s absolutely crucial to provide a stable, consistent API experience. We can’t—and don’t—expect integrators to constantly update their integrations as we tweak our API. At the […]

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Get started with Rust. After building hello world let’s build a server. Discover the hidden qualities of this growing language

The Rust programming language has consistently been most loved by developers worldwide. It has a unique mix of type safety, memory safety, and concurrency. Similar to C and C++, Rust does not ship with a runtime for resource management. Rust is compiled language; and has performance that is on par with C/C++. This is one […]

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Introducing GitHub Actions Importer | The GitHub Blog

We’re excited to announce a public preview of GitHub Actions Importer, which helps you forecast, plan, and facilitate migrations from your current CI/CD tool to GitHub Actions. Doing individual migrations is relatively easy in isolation. However, for companies that have a large and established CI/CD footprint, having tooling available to assist with migrations is key […]