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November 28 · Issue #17 · View online
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# New and updated taps: Heap, Platform Purple, and more
Over the last few weeks we’ve released several new taps, all but one of which were built by Stitch:
We also updated the Close.io tap (originally built by Buck Ryan).
Alexia Lewis added deal stage change information to the Pipedrive tap.
The Stitch team and Alisa Aylward of ezCater enhanced the GitHub tap to support extracting data from multiple repositories and make issue comments and review comments available as streams for selection.
All Singer taps are available on GitHub.
# New FAQ section in the Getting Started docs
We’ve added a FAQ section to the Singer Getting Started documentation. What additional questions should we provide answers for?
# How to contribute to Singer
Want to build a new tap, get a tap added to the site, see what’s on the roadmap, or make our documentation better? Here’s the information you need.

If you’re working on a tap or target, or want to request we build one, ping @brian in the Singer Slack community.
# Singer seen in the Stitch community
# Join the conversation
Join the Singer Slack community to chat with us and other users of Singer. Come ask questions, bounce ideas around, and make suggestions.
Singer is sponsored by Stitch, a fully managed data pipeline. With Stitch you can run Singer taps on your schedule, stream the data to your warehouse, and enjoy automated monitoring and alerting.
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