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Yes, you can. There is two different options: one in the Profile "Public email" and one in Notification center "Primary email address".
It doesn't look like this is provided by GitHub per se, but the source code for the buttons I saw is available at https://ghbtns.com/.
I ended up making my own solution to this. It can be found at jsnider3.github.io/GitHubBOC
You could define different groups of labels like issue types, issue priorities, issue statuses, version tags, and maybe more. In order to be able to see instantly to which group a label belongs to you could use a naming convention like :. Using such a naming convention should make managing Github issues much easier and helps others to "understand" issues ...
Although GitHub removed the private messaging feature, there's still an alternative. GitHub host git repositories. If the user you're willing to communicate with has ever committed some code, there are good chances you may reach your goal. Indeed, within each commit is stored some information about the author of the change or the one who accepted it. ...
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