GitHub Sunsetting Atom
Roger Stringer • June 09, 2022
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When we introduced Atom in 2011, we set out to give developers a text editor that was deeply customizable but also easy to use—one that made it possible for more people to build software. While that goal of growing the software creator community remains, we’ve decided to retire Atom in order to further our commitment to bringing fast and reliable software development to the cloud via Microsoft Visual Studio Code and GitHub Codespaces.
Today, we’re announcing that we are sunsetting Atom and will archive all projects under the organization on December 15, 2022.