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.

GitHub users affected:


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Most Affected Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
Location Reports
Helsinki, Uusimaa 8
Delhi, NCT 2
Quito, Provincia de Pichincha 2
Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 2
Boulder, CO 2
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 2
Bengaluru, KA 2
Paty do Alferes, RJ 1
Cergy, Île-de-France 1
Slagelse, Region Sjælland 1
Paris, Île-de-France 1
Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh 1
San Luis Potosí, SLP 1
Torremolinos, Andalucía 1
Columbus, OH 1
Avellaneda, BA 1
Granby, QC 1
Monterrey, NLE 1
Cali, Departamento del Valle del Cauca 1
Ottawa, ON 1
Quilicura, Región Metropolitana 1
Brighton and Hove, England 1
Minato-ku, Tokyo Prefecture 1
Roth, Bavaria 1
Bari, Puglia 1
Edogawa Ku, Tokyo Prefecture 1
Tegucigalpa, Departamento de Francisco Morazán 1
Leipzig, Saxony 1
Hofheim am Taunus, Kreisstadt, Hessen 1
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GitHub Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • A Black Scientist (@URHYNESS85) reported

    I been coding all day and now I’m trying to help someone with their GitHub zsh commands not working

  • Krispie (@BelowZero19) reported

    Making a POS system with electron & js. But since I'm using node.js, the files are too big for me to save and commit regularly on github. I feel like this is too important of a problem for there not to be a solution

  • ☠ a travesty in 9 parts ☠ (@travofoz) reported

    @KyManInTheWoods @SergioVengeance @EndWokeness lets go to the numbers. what county do you live in right after the election, when 'truthers' were scamming with gofundmes to buy $10k mac pros I analyzed all datasets from some maga github clone. spoiler alert: there was no fraud. the site is down but I bet I can find info. so?

  • Onyinye Favour (Lotus 💡) (@iamonyinye_chi) reported

    Whenever I try pushing my codes from VS Code to Github, I end up facing one error or another. Most times, I spend hours or a full day fixing the problem. One consistent error I kept facing was denying access to commit codes. It frustrated me! I wrote an article and shared links

  • Parker & Shannon ( (@sorentwo) reported

    Oban users—please use email or GitHub issues for support. If there's no resolution by tomorrow, we'll provide an invite to our own hosted channel.

  • Debrieft (@thedebrieft) reported

    4. Although Alpaca's web demo was taken down due to limitations such as generating misinformation and offensive text, its dataset and code remain available on GitHub for further study.

  • PycraftDev (@PycraftDev) reported

    ... But first, Pycraft v9.5.0dev7 is now live on GitHub, although I'm not going to announce that too loudly, as we are aware still of some problems with the source code, but we where expecting this, although in testing everything _works_ in Pycraft...

  • Ibra.J (@IbraJber76) reported

    GitHub commits do not convert to more development on the protocol. sometimes it's just a comment, bug fix or some re-formatting of the codebase. I feel like GitHub commits is a lacking indicator to determine how active a blockchain protocol is.

  • Kristján Oddsson (@koddsson) reported

    @passle_ At my old team at GitHub we made it a point to have a single HTML page for some of our documentation, so you could just cmd+f. We really didn't feel like trying to solve search until it became a problem.

  • 𝔸𝕝𝕖𝕒 𝕂𝕠𝕠𝕥𝕫 (@AleaKootz) reported

    .@github actions just abridged a file path in an error message and now I'm left wondering where /.../<expected_but_missing_filename> was supposed to be. I guess I'll never know. Why would anyone ever think that abridging an error message is a good idea?

  • Daniel Reis (@reis_pt) reported

    @ggellatly That used to be Github Issues and PRs. But R&D doesn't look at them anymore.

  • Nick McCurdy (@nickemccurdy) reported

    @TkDodo @github I just ran into this issue earlier today and had to use blame instead. Really tired of all the performance problems on GitHub lately.

  • Clint (F apologist) (@sarcsausageroll) reported

    Being a web developer is great because it means you spend hours hunting through GitHub issue threads, discussions, blog posts and finally the code only to discover it was your fault all along or that the package doesn’t cater to your environment. Endless fun.

  • chrishobcroft 🦇🔊 (@chrishobcroft) reported

    What about a QV mechanism for triaging github issues? How many ugly bugs / amazing features lie hidden in github, gathering dust, until one permissioned human comes along and closes them "due to inactivity"? Cc. @gitcoin @owocki

  • Pragyan Tripathi (@pragyanatvade) reported

    "Continuous integration" isn’t merely running Github Actions. ✅ It’s managing the build script ✅ Unblocking flakey tests ✅ Keeping your kernel up to date ✅ Adding caching for your `node_modules` ✅ Making sure that errors are formatted correctly ��� Monitoring build times.

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