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  • blowdart Barry Dorrans (@blowdart) reported

    It's too early for someone to reply to my debugging steps on GitHub with "but does this has anything to do with the problem???".

  • thulieblack 👑🌚 (@thulieblack) reported

    Anyone having trouble with @github today 😪

  • CameronNeylon CⓐmeronNeylon (@CameronNeylon) reported

    @ZENODO_ORG Is there something up with the GitHub integration? Trying to add a new repo but each time I go to GitHub in my profile I get an Internal Server Error?

  • quasimondo Mario Klingemann (@quasimondo) reported

    @andrevenancio @hicetnunc2000 Oh so you did not push it yet? Since I saw your post on GitHub and also saw that the site worked again. Did it just fix itself?

  • jordanyonodev jordydev (@jordanyonodev) reported

    @ctrlshifti you’re only supposed to use commits when you know time you can get coffee. You’re supposed to keep making GitHub issues while you’re figuring it out. It’s better OSS

  • OpenBSD_src OpenBSD src Changes (@OpenBSD_src) reported

    nicm@ modified usr.bin/tmux: Add a flag to disable keys to close a message, GitHub issue 2625.

  • n3tb4dg3r Garlef (@n3tb4dg3r) reported

    github: finding other peoples home and server-IPs under "ingnoreip = " in config files...

  • ukutaht Uku Täht (@ukutaht) reported

    @kevinrenskers Hmm looks like that could be caused by my recent change to load reports lazily. I'll create a github issue for this and attempt to replicate ASAP. Thanks for reporting!

  • lukeifynz Luke (@lukeifynz) reported

    Seeking: Senior DevOps role, $150k p.a. Experience: Have configured one Github Action YAML file without syntax errors

  • OpenBSD_src OpenBSD src Changes (@OpenBSD_src) reported

    nicm@ modified usr.bin/tmux: Permit shortcut keys in buffer, client, tree modes to be configured with a format; the default remains the line number. GitHub issue 2636.

  • codingquark codingquark (@codingquark) reported

    @PervyTeen I'm just a poor guy who knows his server will crash. And GitHub being the nice guy, gives this facility without doing anything. I'm sorry 😞

  • pepijndevos Pepijn the Fox (@pepijndevos) reported

    @isosteph @dannolan I know someone who has their blog on github issues. I'm only marginally more dedicated and use github pages (Jekyll)

  • chandlerc1024 Chandler Carruth (@chandlerc1024) reported

    @PeterSommerlad Dude, this is pretty unnecessarily snarky and unhelpful. I'm not trying to create some gig economy. I don't want this to supplant a job for anyone. GitHub Sponsors is not recreating a gig-economy. Expecting people to fix open source bugs for *zero* money seems strictly worse?

  • Alamal1992 Heba Emad (@Alamal1992) reported

    @githubstatus is there any issue in github I am facing timeout when try to reach it

  • hncynic hncynic bot (@hncynic) reported

    Title: Creating a minimalist blog with Jekyll Now 💬: The problem is that Jekyll's template system is so complex and complicated that it doesn't really solve your problems. I think the best solution would be to use Github pages and Jekyll. I tried it a couple years ago as…

  • GueyeNono Nono Gueye (@GueyeNono) reported

    @wmlandau Is it okay to ask you {targets} questions here or is there a place for that... especially if the question is not really an "issue" to open on Github?

  • zoro_wick pranav.vue👨‍💻 (@zoro_wick) reported

    I guess we all start looking at different stats to re-affirm our choice of 'Framework'. For example - The framework i use has the least github issues so its stable !!! Or Has the least questions on stackoverflow so X is not yet 'mature'

  • davidcapello David Capello (@davidcapello) reported

    @chandlerc1024 @opencollect Hmm maybe only possible if the project is already in the site (even more not sure if it’s focused to specific bugs or as projects as a whole) It’s strange that @github doesn’t offer something like sponsorship for issues yet

  • israeli_gaming 佛 DR BREENS PRIVATE RESERVE λ (@israeli_gaming) reported

    all it took for me to fix my sleep schedule was a shot of whiskey and desperately trying to figure out how to use github. life is good

  • nthonyChu Anthony Chu (@nthonyChu) reported

    @runtcpip Ok. Is it the landing site on your GitHub? I can check on the problems when I get to a computer later.

  • john_toliver John Toliver (@john_toliver) reported

    Just discovered speedtest-cli is broken as of a few days ago. Its fixed on Github. You might have to add it manually but hopefully it will get added to the repos soon. I noticed it about the same time I updated Python so... 👀

  • DennisSmolek Dennis Smolek (@DennisSmolek) reported

    @auth0 Github is down

  • nuoji Christoffer Lernö (@nuoji) reported

    I spent 6 hours trying to compile a project on Ubuntu that used LLVM. Also it would work fine in CI on GitHub using Ubuntu. Best guess is that the build of LLVM 11 you get using apt is broken. Pure happiness wasting that time. Also VirtualBox did not exactly run flawlessly.

  • sebmck Sebastian (@sebmck) reported

    @NicoloRibaudo Woah I actually use Refined GitHub and didn't know that was a thing. We use "bug: confirmed" and "bug: unconfirmed" labels on Rome issues, doesn't seem to recognize those prefixes.

  • NicoloRibaudo Nicolò Ribaudo 🏳️‍🌈 (@NicoloRibaudo) reported

    @sebmck The "Refined GitHub" extension separates "Issues" and "Bugs" in two different tabs. I don't know if it's configurable because I don't like it so I disabled that feature, but you might check it out.

  • sebmck Sebastian (@sebmck) reported

    I wish GitHub Issues were two separate tabs called Bugs and Tasks.

  • quasimondo Mario Klingemann (@quasimondo) reported

    @skiphunt @hicetnunc2000 And I would really appreciate it if you check the discord channel or GitHub issues for questions like these first - since I am not the @hicetnunc2000 tech support.

  • SebsDead_ † Sebsss🦍 (@SebsDead_) reported

    @RareAxies Just have a portfolio piece due- I was having some problems with doing security with the backend but I figured it out now :). Will probably post to my github one day 🤝

  • matrixise Stéphane 🇪🇺🐍 🇧🇪 (@matrixise) reported

    I think the #Github notification interface is well done, it allowed me to see that I was very late with my issues and I beg your pardon. The next few weeks, my goal is to be present for the #Python community. Really sorry! 😢

  • minimaxir Max Woolf (@minimaxir) reported

    The correct solution (to this and other issues that tend to be filed to my repos) is to use some sort of CI/GitHub Actions, but it's harder to justify the setup ROI as an independent developer.