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GitHub Issues Reports

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  • cthoyt Charles Tapley Hoyt (@cthoyt) reported

    never ask a question on a github issue tracker without starring the repo. it's just common courtesy.

  • OutcastAkaRonan Ronan 🍃 (@OutcastAkaRonan) reported

    github down boo

  • SirWill  🇺🇸 Will © (@SirWill) reported

    @ChrisPirillo @ChuckHellebuyck @BambulabGlobal Github is not the right place for those issues. A TICKET is the right place.

  • james_a_hart James Hart (@james_a_hart) reported

    @moyix Working from a GitHub repo is easy mode. You need to start with an old forum post containing a broken link to googlecode, with one reply pointing to a sourceforge SVN repository to really prove yourself.

  • KeithMukai Keith Mukai (@KeithMukai) reported

    I suppose it would be different if I wanted to self host & serve & manage my repo from my server. Gitea then basically becomes self-hostable Github. But I wanted a "just in case" Github mirror. This ain't it, is it?

  • matthewjustice Matthew Justice (@matthewjustice) reported

    @RogerBidon I followed all of that except "pushed to a VPN". Are you hosting your own *** server and connect to it via a VPN? Or do you mean something else? Just curious. If I'm working on something that is unstable, I tend to work in a branch, push that to GitHub, and merge once stable.

  • Guilh_rm_ Sommelier de Airbnb (@Guilh_rm_) reported

    @obetomuniz @github maybe there's another way to solve this issue. Like making smaller pull requests, with a smaller scope

  • Kylin_Network Kylin Network⚡ (@Kylin_Network) reported

    We want to inform the community that we’re working to fix this bug, but in the meantime, users facing this challenge can do the following to successfully regain their KYL tokens. Visit the project’s GitHub repo via the link below:

  • 0xrohan rohan (@0xrohan) reported

    is github down?

  • chrisatlatenite Chris Hocking (@chrisatlatenite) reported

    @adamschoales @restlesspix To be honest, I haven’t revisited the Watch Folders code for a long time - there’s only a handful of people that I know of that actually use it. Feel free to post a GitHub issue with a feature request. We should be able to use FCPXML to insert new clips wherever.

  • mattimost Thomas Mattimo🅡e (@mattimost) reported

    do any other projects use @github Issues + Discussions for their protocol to track work publicly?

  • Mohamed87Khayat Mohamed Elkhayat (@Mohamed87Khayat) reported

    @vyasp979 In case of error based i test the parm the use query like username password etc using this only payloads ' " '" In case of time based you can collect all sleep payloads on github and inject using intruder Also scanners and public tools on github are helpful

  • CiaranMcNulty Ciaran McNulty (@CiaranMcNulty) reported

    @hardillb @github Are you sure they ran? I've seen this if they somehow never started (due to some GitHub error)

  • HypherionSA HypherionSA (@HypherionSA) reported

    I am aware that some claptrap notifications are broken. This is due to changes in Discord JDA5 that I wasn't aware of. So far @modrinth, @CurseForge and @github notifications are working again. Rest will be fixed later tonight. I apologize for the inconvenience

  • dandago2 Daniel D'Agostino (@dandago2) reported

    @ThisSoftware I currently work for a product startup and our communication is mostly async (via GitHub). We have almost no meetings and do the occasional chat/video call. We write up RFCs to discuss bigger features and just keep the relevant issues updated on progress. (2/3)

  • spazquest Eric True (do not attempt) (@spazquest) reported

    github PRs always seemed hard to read, but the actual problem is that side-by-side view isn't a good default for me

  • LegendsNevrrDie LegendsNeveerrDie (@LegendsNevrrDie) reported

    @Hamze_M4 @PUBGMOBILE If you look at the bottom of the screen and get the full session id. They can also see who it is. Would help if they pulled down all the cheating stuff on github.

  • mauricio_szabo Maurício Szabo (@mauricio_szabo) reported

    @github is slowly having the same problems and idiosyncrasies of @Bitbucket: comments in some places have options that in other places don't appear, YAML support is fragmented through the platform (some places accept smaller subsets of YAML than othes) etc...

  • relyt29 ǝuᴉu ʎʇuǝʍʇ ʇʎlǝɹ (@relyt29) reported

    4 separate tabs open of github issues w @yarnpkg and npm registry authentication, doesn't work despite 100 different variations of npmrc and yarnrc files. Then frontend devs wonder why devs that have worked with literally any other sane language despise javascript, gee idk

  • randallb Randall Bennett (@randallb) reported

    @DeeterCesler @github Did this fix for you?

  • amirvaxman_dgp Amir Vaxman (@amirvaxman_dgp) reported

    @Xelatihy @keenanisalive Well it's popular which means it's configurable to do what you want. But this "configurability" is also a problem. I used mkdocs, MacDown, and the github pages look, and it's always a bit different if not totally inconsistent (especially where the syntax is thin like hyperrefs).

  • alosii Sergio (@alosii) reported

    @dev_spajus Why not use GitHub issues? You think players won’t be able to report there easily? Using forums or chat apps for issue tracking probably makes things hard.

  • lfolco final_boss.phtml (@lfolco) reported

    @github PR review has been a nightmare for large PRs for a couple of years now. Every single click and comment takes 2-4 seconds. Why do you keep ignoring this issue? Something that should take me 30 minutes takes an hour now. Reason alone to pull up stakes and move to Gitlab.

  • hardillb Ben Hardill (@hardillb) reported

    @CiaranMcNulty @github Yep, they ran on the first 2 commits (and flagged errors I fixed). Easiest option was to close the PR and open a new one which kicked off the tests again.

  • JamesSherlouk James Sherlock (@JamesSherlouk) reported

    GitHub Copilot but it's an AI that documents my code for me so I remember why I did something a specific way? Fastlane Copilot (@joshdholtz) which fixes my code signing and CI for me? AI needs to catch up and solve real world problems (this is a joke, don't @ me Twitter bots)

  • OndrejMirtes Ondřej Mirtes (@OndrejMirtes) reported

    @GrahamJCampbell @github Ah, it sucks it makes @meShivamMathur’s life more complicated but I think the bandwith issue can be solved with some caching…

  • ChamaraVFX BATMAN (@ChamaraVFX) reported

    @erangatennakoon I kinda did this (not that many), problem is sometimes I don't work on same pc and hard to find my stuff. Now I'm adding them as private gists in GitHub.

  • JamesSherlouk James Sherlock (@JamesSherlouk) reported

    Okay hear me out... GitHub Copilot (which is an AI to help you write code) but that processes code you've wrote and produces a commit message. Idea comes from my latest commits titled "no idea what I did", "maybe fix" and "Update Info.plist" (which actually was a README update)

  • dev_spajus spajus (@dev_spajus) reported

    @alosii Because people reporting the bugs aren't necessarily GitHub users, but they will all have Steam accounts and know how to use Steam forums. And they will report issues on Steam forums even if I would prefer another system, so I decided to make the best of it.

  • tobmaster Tobias Struckmeier (@tobmaster) reported

    @PR0GRAMMERHUM0R Still don't get the point of it. If it's on github, its open source. Everyone can learn from it, start making money from the knowledge. But now when a machine learns from it it's bad? Maybe someone enlights me, cause I don't see the big issue here.