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@sagimarton I'm currently not even using #Docker that much, also due to this issue. And this is something that's been happening for years and years according to other users on GitHub. Some people keep closing the topic. Annoying. @Docker
@BobRoss8779 I've had 2 surgeries in 2 weeks in the cancer hospital and recovering from almost dead. Please an issue on GitHub and get back in a month to remind me.
@ParrotSec @thehackingsage I have download the burpsuit from ur github 1.7.30 with keygen, but the key is not working
@nicknaraghi @radicle_xyz Depends on who we're talking about. Code has ***, but the collaboration is locked-in to centralized platforms. If you lost access to your GitHub, sure — you'd have your code. But, you'd lose all non-*** native artifacts (i.e. issues, reviews, PRs, discussions, stars etc...).
If any of you are ever feeling down, just remember that somewhere in GitHub HQ, there's a very smug ****** who believes that they single handedly abolished modern slavery because they renamed "master" to "main".
@ndzoesch @ShapeandShift So will GitHub issues get lost? Would it make sense to close the GitHub issue page on the Shopware Projects?
@AzureFunctions @AzureFunctions do you support dynamic loading of native DLLs ?. I see GitHub issue still opened ? Please let us know to move forward with azure functions
@MinistryDissent The source code is freely available on github, please look through it and quote back to me the specific parts you have an issue with
Just notices #GitHub is not slow as hell, but as I'm using the new #Firefox Container, the first tab is very slow. Looks like Firefox has to do some heavy stuff for each new container. Once a container is there, consecutive calls are fast again.
@thenickrandolph Indeed, it hasn't been addressed, I just verified it with .NET 5 RC. According to the GitHub issue, it's scheduled for v6.
@EmmaBostian There is absolutely no problem with an empty Github / other coding platform. Unless you are unemployed and need to show a stranger in 30 seconds that you code in life.
@fxn @eileencodes Congrats! PR review interface is horribly slow due to crappy JS “code reloading” feature. I typically have to a hard refresh to keep things in sync. #painpointofmyday. That said I’m a huge fan of Github.
Ugh. It's late and I'm sick of trying to figure it out. VS code refuses to push to my gh repo and I dunno how to fix it. Maybe going to bed will help. Github repo is on `production` branch & vs code is trying to push to `master`
@_cartermp @davidfowl Roslyn doesn't work well for fuzzy results. If it can't compile everything, it will give an error symbol for most requests. GitHub is using heuristics based purely on the syntax tree to avoid having to know how to compile every code base.
2 new repositories created in Ecma TC39 - 1 proposal-error-cause - 2 proposal-json-modules #GitHub #OpenSource #tc39
@mschaneltyers @TheJackForge ✓ You have to sign up in edx and harvard edu website on which they provide curriculum. ✓After sign up harvard web will ask you to give your github account access permission for checking certain project submission. ✓After login your harvard edu and link edx account.If query say
@noseratio Would love to know the answer if you get a chance to verify this. Given the "open" status of that GitHub issue I doubt it has been addressed.
@SimonDeDeo Anybody that wants to can look at the github issues page, get to work on something, and do a PR
@integerman I feel that having good community features would really help with that. GitHub has some, but it doesn’t feel like a place that you can jump into and get involved in easily. It feels like a place to complain about broken stuff rather than engage.
@replit just signed into repl today and all my private repls are gone, but they still seem to exist. I'm on a Github student hacker plan, is this a normal issue to experience?
@brouhaha Whose going to go through the hassle of writing a GCC or LLVM pass for their custom insns at that? (FWIW, I've seen this discussed on Github issues- upstream have explicitly said that they refuse to support custom insns in the compiler- either greenfield/brownfield encoding.)
@github Too bad they broke the Create pull request button in the process. Not working on Firefox or Chrome.
@jaredpalmer GitHub should allow users to auto-subscribe to issues with specific tags (eg: enhancement, discussion, rfc).
@element_hq There's multiple issues. Notifications don't sync to Android when cleared elsewhere (desktop), notification count doesn't clear on icon on Android. A combination of rage shake submissions and GitHub issues posted. And by many other people too. :/
@CapHoratius @ramencult No idea, honestly—I don't know how the project works, and not every contribution involves a commit. People solve problems in lots of different ways. Out of curiosity, since you seem to know—what was the cutoff there? Was everyone on the Nature paper high in GitHub commits?
@ATTHelp I have bonded DSL with a Pace 5268AC, and I have the well-documented issue with ssh transfers (github cloning) that doesn't occur with other gateways (Arris BGW210-700). Can I get my router replaced with a different model that isn't as awful?
@zackvoell Not a bad idea tbh. Historic tweet NFT minted by the OPs themselves. That would definitely have value imo. If devops199 decided to mint an NFT of a screenshot of his "I accidentally killed it" GitHub issue. I would totally attribute value to that.
All the possible integrations into Github issues (dependabot, ...) create a lot of noise that make it harder to follow the deeper technical discussions going on. Has anybody figured out how to filter automated notifications from human-generated comments in email notifications?
The TravisCI GitHub integration is broken beyond comprehension
Anyone else noticing lately that with a @github tab open for a couple hours, your computer fans start up, the activity monitor lists "chrome renderer" as the most intensive task, and when you quit it, your fans power down, and it's the Github tab that's affected?