GitHub Outage Map
The map below depicts the most recent cities worldwide where GitHub users have reported problems and outages. If you are having an issue with GitHub, make sure to submit a report below
The heatmap above shows where the most recent user-submitted and social media reports are geographically clustered. The density of these reports is depicted by the color scale as shown below.
GitHub users affected:
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Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||2|
|Belo Horizonte, MG||2|
|São Paulo, SP||2|
|Medellín, Departamento de Antioquia||2|
|Novi Sad, Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina||2|
|Aalen, Baden-Württemberg Region||1|
|Reutlingen, Baden-Württemberg Region||1|
|Berlin, Land Berlin||1|
|Toulon, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur||1|
|Zhytomyr, Zhytomyrs’ka Oblast’||1|
|Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana||1|
|Heredia, Provincia de Heredia||1|
|João Pessoa, PB||1|
|Kinshasa, Kinshasa City||1|
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GitHub Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
That Damn 'Vali 🛫 FWA
Googled a random error message in vscode that was driving me crazy and, I **** you not, there were exactly two results and the second was a sketchy github mirror...and actually had the seeing I needed to change at the bottom I feel like I should buy a lotto ticket
@jorisvdbossche can you can point me to someone / thing to note an issue in the pandas user guide? The API reference (and github) for pd.merge() lists the sort parameter as defaulting to False, when the user guide says it defaults to True. Did I miss something?
Ada Rose Cannon
@calcs9 Yeah I changed my twitter handle a few months back, I should do a search through my Github I bet there is at least 100 broken links
@github docs are down
i've read the erigon wiki & most links that stem from it, looking for any deep content that exists e.g. in github issues or hackmds that don't get surfaced easily
@jdjkelly This specific issue is way worse than just Heroku. People have basically been abusing Github PATs with over-permissioning and it seems like Heroku was a major attack vector and voluntarily shut down their GH connections.
I haven't see #Gitpod used a lot with #rstats packages on GitHub. Think of it as RStudio Cloud for anything. With the goal of checking out branches/commits/issues/PRs in the browser without having so set up anything.
Github links are updated. PraxisMapper is on Release 4, which fixes up all the bugs I found in 3. Hypothesis, the demo mobile client, is updated to Release 2, and a pre-built APK that points to my server is available.
Hello devs. Is anyone else having issues connecting to GitHub via the Heroku Deploy tab? I click “Connect to GitHub”, then after I sign into GitHub, I get a red alert in the top right of Heroku’s site that says “Item could not be retrieved: Internal Server Error.”
@ajorg The issues, issue text, and PR discussion text are not *** repos. And github just demonstrated that they will delete PRs, PR branches, PR history, issues, issue discussion, and PR discussion.
Adrian Roselli 🗯
@GeeBru Oof, that sounds like a bummer; also to maintain with updates. Were there any public GitHub issues on it that you know of?
@Rvervuurt @getferdi Something strange is happening to them. Two days ago they reappeared, and yesterday the site was down again and the new twitter account was deleted. The github repositories are still not working.
@ObnoxiousJul are you referring to the PSF hosting their issues on github or SQLAlchemy ? I would assume PSF had some discussion regarding this
The fact that I downloaded the GitHub app to my phone so I can look at code while I’m watching TV really seals the deal that I can’t stop working til I solve a problem
Hey @github - how about sending a notification when a private repo is cloned, or at least provide a useful audit trail of cloners for people a bit bothered about the recent @heroku credentials issue?