Introducing the git transparency log

This week we made public all of our git commit logs, going back to 2013, in hopes to increase the transparency of high-importance operations. All writes performed on public git repositories are now recorded in a public-inbox feed, which is immediately replicated to multiple worldwide servers. This is done with the goal do make it difficult for someone to make changes to any git repository hosted on without it generating a verifiable, tamper-evident record.

The transparency logs are available at the following address:

You can read more detailed documentation here: