I have a GitHub project that I'm using to trigger new releases on Octopus. I can see triggers for machine changes, or timed things, but not specifically when a new release is created on GitHub. This seems odd, certainly Azure offers it.

Does GitHub need to be configured to provide a feed, or is it possible for Octopus to check for new releases on GitHub and then use that to trigger a new release?

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Octopus can be configured as either the target of a push from GitHub or you can set up a feed in Github, and pull from that feed.

In your case, it sounds like you want a push mechanism, such as GitHub Actions to do the heavy lifting.

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