Git-backed rule feeds let you receive rule updates and new Sublime rules directly in your dashboard from both the Sublime team and the entire Sublime community.
To view and manage rule feeds, go to your Sublime Dashboard and click Feeds in the navigation bar.
The Sublime Rules Feed is added to your Sublime organization automatically. It's powered by a public Git repo managed by the Sublime team with community contributions.
To add a rule feed, such as a Community feed or your own Feed, go to your Sublime Dashboard and click Feeds in the navigation bar. Then click New feed.
Community rule feeds are listed here.
You can create and manage custom rule feeds via both public and private Git repositories. This works with any repo, including those hosted on GitHub, GitLab, or BitBucket, and enables you and other members of the Sublime community to manage email detections the same way you manage other detections: in Git.
Private rule feeds require authentication. Learn how to set up authentication for private rule feeds here.
Updated almost 2 years ago