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GitHub is a company that provides hosting for software development and version control using Git. It offers the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git, plus its own features.

GitHub problems in the last 24 hours

The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about GitHub by time of day over the past 24 hours. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.

GitHub Outage Chart 07/03/2022 20:40

July 03: Problems at GitHub

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Website Down 74.51% Website Down
  • Errors 13.73% Errors
  • Sign in 11.76% Sign in

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GitHub Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • CandleGithub Candle (@CandleGithub) reported

    New Candle $CNDL GitHub Action: PushEvent. add contenthash link in profile details,basic fix for DNS names and subnames,remove tab bar cog when disconnected,fix numbers in search box,fix long names for zorb,fix alignment,update profile details/snippets,update profile snippet and

  • max_tappenden Max Tappenden 🇺🇦 (@max_tappenden) reported

    @ramsey If you have a problem with Copilot — and I think that is valid — then focus on your problem with Copilot. Okay, second point: If you want to ditch GitHub, ditch GitHub. You don’t have to wax lyrical about whether you might, theoretically, ditch GitHub. It’s not bloody difficult.

  • chiuzon chiuzon (🦐,🦐) (CEO Of Shrimp Farming) (@chiuzon) reported

    @functi0nZer0 I do have an idea. You could push that encrypted string to a github repo but make a typo. In like 2 hours @bneiluj is going to make a pr request to fix that typo. problem solved. Lmao

  • RReverser 🇺🇦 extinguished engineer (@RReverser) reported

    @workingjubilee Yeah but it requires a very different kind of education about what constitutes a good issue report. Maybe a separate issue template on Github with instructions?

  • alamoeba alamoeba (@alamoeba) reported

    @notEezzy @PeterSchiff Despite no evidence of crimes, Alameba halted the blockchain for github issues, rather than allow me to transfer cheesecoins to a highly qualified buyer promising to inject capital far in excess of regulatory minimums. As a result accounts are frozen and customers may lose money.

  • Mastacheata Benedikt 🌻 (@Mastacheata) reported

    @seldaek @ramsey @JOSourcing There's 2 problems that GitHub has to solve/demonstrate they're not violating: 1. Is the code actually copied 1:1 or did the AI come up with it "on it's own"/through learning generic concepts rather than reproducing specific code snippets. 2. Is there enough originality? 1/2

  • c0deromer Ömer (@c0deromer) reported

    I have a university e-mail address, I have a student status document and I applied to use github copilot, but @github gave a negative response. what is the problem?

  • deleugyn Marco Aurélio Deleu (@deleugyn) reported

    @seldaek @ramsey I think this is summarizes my feelings better than I could. OSS is about openness. Doesn't matter the platform, it will always be available. Building an AI to scan every OSS software available isn't a GitHub problem and frankly I saw the thing in action and its pretty good

  • lucassterzinger Lucas Sterzinger (@lucassterzinger) reported

    @fullblownwoman Opening an issue on the tmux GitHub because their prefix is bad

  • thearjunmad arjunmad.eth 💎 (@thearjunmad) reported

    OpenAI has a branding problem: all of their products seem like job-stealers; GitHub copilot seems like it’s meant to be a human-aid.

  • MPWRNode M.C. Nodestar (@MPWRNode) reported

    @postcap_io hey is your ping pub fork deprecated? github link broken and some feature on the site not working.

  • GrapheneOS GrapheneOS (@GrapheneOS) reported

    We can likely get in contact with them again if our supporters help with giving these tweets a decent amount of engagement or pass them along to a Twitter employee. It would be nice if they would review the info we've provided on GitHub instead of trying to fix their site again.

  • the_pavonz Andrea 🕺 Pavoni (@the_pavonz) reported

    @bphogan I have some packages in Ruby and Elixir, I open sourced them, got some github stars (>=100), but near to zero PRs. Sometimes they open issues to ask for updates, but it also happens I’m not using those packages anymore, so I’m not motivated to maintain them.

  • janaabfl jana (@janaabfl) reported

    Looking at the docs, every feature looks so easy to build, but THEN it takes 10 cryptic error messages, 20 stack overflow posts, one afternoon and 5 github issues (with 10 different solutions each) to implement it. It can't just be me :')

  • ABM_Prottoy ABM Prottoy (@ABM_Prottoy) reported

    @CoryKnox @SwiftOnSecurity Somewhere on GitHub I saw an issue named Be a good citizen on Windows and don't dump program files on user folder and I still think about it when I see this .program files on my C:/ taking up gigs of spaces

  • CreativeWork7 EduCreative (@CreativeWork7) reported

    @Afzaacodes Better to download & install GitHub Desktop. 1. Open it Login, 2. make clone. 3. copy & paste your files in clone And all your files will be updated at GitHub.

  • CodeZ CodeZ🌻 (@CodeZ) reported

    So apparently I can't take my GitHub issues to my therapist. Bummer. #100DaysOfCode #Python #javascript

  • jamesxabregas James Xabregas (@jamesxabregas) reported

    Something needs to be done about absentee maintainers on popular Github npm packages. If it's got 100k+ downloads a week and a critical bug with a waiting PR to fix and no one who can bother to publish it can we just take it from them?

  • LigengZhu Ligeng Zhu (@LigengZhu) reported

    Github notification page was down???

  • technikhil314 Nikhil Mehta (@technikhil314) reported

    @adamwathan Yeah that's the least any oss maintainer/creator can expect and it should be inherently understood by the issue creator too. IMO. but yes github issues are too full of any updates and one line issue titles apparently. Sad. Can't help such folks honestly even if we want to help.

  • B_Schelling BΞRNH∆RD (@B_Schelling) reported

    @iamnotcobain Somebody suggested a fix for that on github which will be in the next version. Hopefully the fix works for you :-) It should be out in a few days or so I'd say.

  • azharuddin31 Azharuddin (@azharuddin31) reported

    @github Please increase the RAM on actions. It's toooooo slow.

  • peteracalvert Peter Calvert (@peteracalvert) reported

    Sunday afternoon #BuildInPublic update: it’s happening. Started with writing down how I want the project to work for an MVP and now digging deeper using Notion. Having one of those days where I’m telling myself that a Notion database and a fresh GitHub repo is *some* progress 😌

  • davorg Dave Cross (@davorg) reported

    @uideckHQ Is there a Github repo for your Mate template? I've just seen a tiny bug and I'd like to send a pull request to fix it.

  • seiyria Kyle J. Kemp (@seiyria) reported

    @jimmy_jam_jam @geoffkeene We have nothing but problems lately. Setting up CI for unity took almost a month (GitHub actions). You need to pay 60$ to make http calls to any modern infrastructure (you need a plugin). Those are the most memorable problems.

  • hairaDev Lei (@hairaDev) reported

    Day 6: -Learned to deploy fake backend server using JSON-server, github, and heroku. #100DaysOfCode #ReactJS #React

  • mgedmin Marius Gedminas (@mgedmin) reported

    The issues seems not new, so I'm guessing GitHub actions upgraded their PyPy 3.7 and 3.8 recently.

  • Ewjoachim Joachim Jablon (@Ewjoachim) reported

    @DavidGregory084 They could have done the same with a centralized vcs. BTW, *** is rarely used as a decentralized system, especially when using GitHub. Everyone uses only the « client » part of *** and GitHub is the only « server », so it’s quite centralized anyway.

  • cyberandy Andrea Volpini (@cyberandy) reported

    @jroakes @github The main issue is the scale of the ‘learning’ that co-pilot (and other similar solutions) has and the inability, for anyone writing original code, to opt-out of the system. It’s a licensing issue and, in general, we need more transparency on what LLM are trained on. Huge topic.

  • pharzan [ph]arzan (@pharzan) reported

    Is #github down?