We’ve got plenty of shoutouts to go around this time in the GitHub Help Check-in, plus FOUR big updates - so we’re keeping this edition brief that way we can focus on the good stuff
Shoutouts Thanks to these community members for keeping it
- @tlsimmons88 - reminding us that it is never too late to share a solution. They recently commented on this post from October 2021 sharing the fix. Thank you!
- @ss-o - I love that they included an example in their reply, everyone is at different stages in their GitHub learning journey and taking the extra time to put in an example can make a world of a difference in understand
- @ericmatthys - hats off for another self-solve! Thanks for sharing the solution in your original post to help any others who may experience the same situation.
New articles, community features, and releases are waiting for you - so dig in !
- Default to PR titles for squash merge commit messages have arrived! Thanks to this community topic started in 2018, your request was brought to life from your helpful comments! Check out the release here.
- May 19th GitHub Issues Updates: This release brings issue closed reasons, project deletion, and availability of the new side-panel. See the details in our Changelog.
- Software Security Starts with You: GitHub has announced it will require all users who contribute code on GitHub.com to enable one or more forms of two-factor authentication (2FA) by the end of 2023. Learn more on our blog.
- Check out the Welcome Center’s debut roundup: @ossanna16 is bringing member spotlights, resources, and more each month to the Welcome Center category with her roundups. Read the first one here!
Have a member you want to shoutout or thank - don’t let me be the only one - give some kudos in the comments