You can report behavior and content that violates GitHub's Community Guidelines or Terms of Service to GitHub Support.

Owners, collaborators, prior contributors, and people with write access can report issues, pull requests, and comments on issues, pull requests, and commits in public repositories. For repositories owned by an organization, members and outside collaborators can also report issues, pull requests, or comments in public repositories.

Reporting a user

  1. Visit the user's profile page.

  2. In the left sidebar, under the user's profile picture, click Block or report user. Block or report user link

  3. Click Report abuse. Modal box with options to block user or report abuse

  4. Complete the contact form to tell GitHub Support about the user's behavior, then click Send request.

Reporting an issue or pull request

  1. Navigate to the issue or pull request you'd like to report.
  2. In the upper-right corner of the issue or pull request body, click the report icon. Button to report a comment
  3. Complete the form with your contact information and a subject line. Fields asking for information about the report
  4. Optionally, use the drop-down menu and click a reason for reporting the issue or pull request. Reason for reporting a comment menu
  5. Click Send request.

Reporting a comment

  1. Navigate to the comment you'd like to report.
  2. In the upper-right corner of the comment, click . Kebab menu with option to report a comment
  3. Click Report. Button to report a comment
  4. Complete the form with your contact information and a subject line. Fields asking for information about the report
  5. Optionally, use the drop-down menu and click a reason for reporting the comment. Reason for reporting a comment menu
  6. Click Send request.

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