A very long time ago, Github announced they would deprecate the Git Dumb HTTP Transport. That was 2011.
As of a few hours ago, I've had multiple scripts that started failing like this;
$ git fetch origin
error: while accessing https://github.com/drush-ops/drush.git/info/refs
fatal: HTTP request failed
This makes sense, because the URL clearly states it's been deprecated;
Please upgrade your git client.
GitHub.com no longer supports git over dumb-http: https://github.com/blog/809-git-dumb-http-transport-to-be-turned-off-in-90-days
Just wondering if I'm the only seeing this, or I've overlooked this for all these years? Or maybe they noticed several repos were still using the obsoleted method and they shut those down too?
$ git remote set-url origin firstname.lastname@example.org:drush-ops/drush.git