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GitHub support coming soon

Hey everyone, I’m Josh, a product manager working on the Compass ecosystem. I wanted to share that we’re currently working hard to extend support for Compass' configuration-as-code feature to work with GitHub - an ask many of you have had.

As a reminder, with configuration-as-code you can take an existing Compass component and move its source of truth to a YAML configuration file in your code repository. Once you connect the component with your repository, you can update the component's data by updating the YAML configuration file. Any updates to the YAML file on your repository’s default branch automatically sync back to Compass and reflect in the Compass UI. Today this only works with Bitbucket but GitHub support is coming soon.

And this is just the beginning, we’re thinking a lot about integrations with other tools as well.

What else would you like to see Compass do with Bitbucket and GitHub? What other tools do you use that you would like to see Compass have integrations for?

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