+1 We should be able to remove the “device verification” email.
This is a form of 2FA: password + email.
These emails are polluting my mailbox (I had 2 today) for a feature that I don’t actually need (there is nothing important on this account) or want. I can’t set up a rule to automatically delete them as I actually need to open them.
It is even worse than just slowing me down, it actually sometimes make me give up logging in because having to check my emails would break too much my thought process, compared to the benefit of having my ideas about code / code on gist.
If Github doesn’t enable to disable this 2FA, at least, less verification should be done: don’t ask me to check my emails if I’m logging from a place I’ve already logged from 5000 times before. Actually check only if I logged from a way different place: If I usually log in from Paris, and I have an American IP Address, it is legit to ask me to confirm by mail ; if I’m logging in from Paris or from a city close to Paris, don’t make me check, you already know it’s me.