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

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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.

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Most Affected Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
Location Reports
Mumbai, MH 3
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Prefecture 1
Nairobi, Nairobi 1
Resistencia, CC 1
Bothell, WA 1
Patna, BR 1
Bengaluru, KA 1
Hyderabad, TG 1
Kemajuan Tanah Sungai Pancing Timur, PHG 1
Haedo, BA 1
Lynn Haven, FL 1
Barcelona, Catalunya 1
Amersfoort, ut 1
Denver, CO 1
Uberlândia, MG 1
Berlin, Land Berlin 1
Indore G.P.O., MP 1
Campinas, SP 1
Rio de Janeiro, RJ 1
São Paulo, SP 1
Quito, Provincia de Pichincha 1
Sydney, NSW 1
Lille, Hauts-de-France 1
Barneveld, GLD 1
Columbus, IN 1
Fregona, Veneto 1
Paris, Île-de-France 1
Daule, Provincia del Guayas 1
Camberwell, England 1
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GitHub Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Verry 💙 (@verry_codes) reported

    @Riomm99 The only really frustrating thing was searching through Chinese github issues where I had to translate every single comment to figure out what might be the issue 🫠

  • josef (@josefaidt) reported

    @scriptkitapp Oh now that sounds nifty! No need to go through the headache of setting up a chrome extension for little actions here and there. Would it also allow injecting content scripts? For example, I want to take notes on a GitHub issue and store the notes locally?

  • Guy Gadboit (@gadboit) reported

    @EphemeralEther @realZenelan @WashburneAlex Yes my problem too. I don't really know how to judge it. And I don't think they have published their code or data. A GitHub link is in there somewhere but it just contains a couple of crusty perl scripts.

  • Purple (@prediction_xyz) reported

    @Davyegld Ok i really dont get the whole flex about github commits etc. Why is this relevant? It just means teams change a lot in their code. It could have multiple reasons including inefficient design or problems etc. It for sure doesnt correlate with adoption or price appreciation...

  • Sean (@the_gingiraffe) reported

    @AskAtlassian My Jira tickets are linked to Github PRs, but as of today the tickets aren't showing the links to the PRs they correspond to. Is this a known issue right now? Not seeing anything on yours or @github status pages

  • ToolBag93 (@Bag93Tool) reported

    NVIDIA Driver 528.24 is causing issues between discord where some users experience a few hundred less VRAM peak clock speeds when discord is running. To fix this issue download nvidiaprofileinspector from GitHub, type discord in the search bar,

  • Naresh (@naresh) reported

    @Stjaertfena Lol, I accidentally committed a large 400mb file that GitHub didn't want to accept (obviously). Had to revert some commits, made more difficult by my attempt to fix it.

  • @levelsio (@levelsio) reported

    @huedaya I have close friends with access to my GitHub and server etc so no

  • Geoff Lawrence (@geoffdoesstuff) reported

    @1Password I regularly use a website that 1Password gives me the "one time password" for but it does not auto-populate the field when I login like it does on GitHub for example, how do I get help with this please?

  • Parth Thakkar (@parth007_96) reported

    It'd be neat if there was a tool that summarized a large github issue with pointer(s) to most informative comments about solving the problem -- even better if it had context of your specific problem. If it's mostly retrieval and summarization, LLM-usage would be reliable-ish too

  • Atalocke (@atalocke) reported

    Also, I’m highly suspicious of services that build your GitHub deploys into containerized services. My experience comes down to build artifact catching problems and multiple rebuilds to deploy up-to-date versions.

  • Khalil Boukhelifa (@BoukhelifaKhal1) reported

    ✅ However, if the developer has additional skills such as problem-solving, decision making and understanding user needs, ChatGPT cannot replace them. ✅ Tools like Github's Co-pilot speed up the development process, but cannot replace a developer.

  • 🥪. (@massoflizards) reported

    github is having problems this morning which i get cuz i also have problems on monday mornings

  • Patrick F. Bloniasz (he/him) (@PatrickBloniasz) reported

    @PartridgeCG @ColauttiLab Often you can also go to the GitHub page where it is typically hosted and just look at the previous versions of the package, if renv is not working for some reason. Other languages (python) also have a core feature (environments with .yml files) that allow total control.

  • Jason Karns (@jasonkarns) reported

    Oof @github mobile app doesn’t support “back”!? Writing a comment on an issue thread, search web for a GitHub repo to link to, it opens the repo on GitHub app thus obliterating my in-progress comment. No way to get back??

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