RSS feeds for your Github releases, tags and activity

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GitHub provides several timeline resources in Atom format. That’s how I get the latest info about projects that I follow and their fixed bugs and new features. Some of the official RSS feeds are:

/* Repo releases */

https://github.com/:owner/:repo/releases.atom

/* Repo commits */

https://github.com/:owner/:repo/commits.atom

/* Private feed (You can find Subscribe to your news feed in dashboard page after login) */

https://github.com/:user.private.atom?token=:secret

/* Repo tags */

https://github.com/:user/:repo/tags.atom

/* User activity */

https://github.com/:user.atom

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