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@Fezmid @AccidentalCISO Please share your experience after integration with Jira. We're trying to work it out with GitHub for issues automation.
@ShitUserStory Login to gitlab with a github account
@Shim_thetfem The mods are all backed up on GitHub/Google Docs/the dev server, yeah. I'm just unable to contribute directly atm
GitHub can be slow at times and I hate it.
@Nothke @jeroendstout Well, having 90% of the things everyone needs usually results in big file sizes... ;) I've had the problem with an integrated gpu and a rx580 on my system. It's an edge case scenario as most of the time it manages to detect the correct one I think. Did you file a github issue?
When @github Copilot starts to understand Issues and make PRs based on them, we're basically done 🤖
Anyone got docker for windows working without having to go through pages of github issues?
Completely losing my **** over GitHub Copilot accurately predicting the next line of code I was going to write over and over again. Reproducing my small choices like function names at the beginning of error messages, even. Automated boilerplate. Astonishing
@nisshan_ @magikeyeJp @nisshan_ Hello. I am from Magik Eye Team. The issue has been identified and fixed. We are in the process of testing and will release the fix shortly in Github.
@GolDDranks @linear The new GitHub issue tracker (beta, haven't tried it yet) seems to have taken a few notes from what Linear and Notion are doing. I'm legitimately curious how it'll turn out once it reaches GA.
My morning in a nutshell: 1. deciding to finally figure out how to F# on NixOS 2. dotnet: No usable version of libssl was found 3. lots of googling 4. coming up with a fix! 5. starting to write a bug report in nixpkgs github
GitHub is down???
@apenwarr @CoderHQ The other problem is that Code Server lags behind VSCode as it's a fork, and I remember that was an issue in some way (but cannot remember why) Oh and they don't use VSCode extension store thing, but their own custom thing, that crawls github for VSCode extensions or something
I also decided to try using @github #codespaces for this learning experiment and it was excellent! Loaded up in my local VSCode so localhost worked. only issue was sometimes the automatic reloading of the page didn't work and I had to rerun the dev command
@Lachlan19900 @filrakowski @github E.g. TypeScript has thousands of open issues, does that mean it's unreliable?
@Lachlan19900 @filrakowski @github Actually a bad metrics. Open/Closed ratio is a bit better, but it still depends on how the project uses issues. Some projects aggressively close while some leave them open unless definitely fixed.
@filrakowski @github Open issue count
@OpenAI @github Few issues with your AI API. I desperately need to message you
@EricRichards22 Maybe projects that are an order of magnitude larger than ours deal with this more frequently - I'd want to see some data on how often it's necessary to ban someone from Github for this projects. But from our experience this is a solution to a vanishingly rare problem
@AnthonyCastrio Tiktok login (not using oauth or anything like that) Copilot is really nice in that a lot of my code is relatively boilerplate, or it might know the name of something I don't. Example: I'm using sweet alert, didn't know how to do a text input, but GitHub knew and suggested it.
downloaded firmware that I found on the biqu github. out of the box experience for newcomers is a pain and broken. also the manual literally explains nothing lol.
@alpinelinux Login integration appears to be broken for both GitHub and GitLab???
Day 7 #100DaysOfCode. Tried to continue with the exercises I was working on last night but a series of issues saw me code on github, join stack overflow and try and get my head around Visual Studio.
Who do I know at @github? I'd really like the ability to directly create Issues (instead of Notes) on a Project board. Creating Notes and then converting them to Issues one-at-a-time is a slow workflow. Where can I request or vote for this feature?
@orph @github Building, not built. That's one of the big issues here. Shows that the whole thing wasn't properly considered. I think before I go any further with it there will need to be some test cases, until then I'm steering well clear.
Does the Github Copilot data model look at issue tickets and related fix commits? I feel like the next step is writing a comment // Bug fix for ticket 1234 and Copilot running the text of that ticket through the model and finding the fix commits
shoutout to that github issue message for lean that's just "what is a 'setoid hell'?"
Hello, I wrote a comment telling Github Copilot to fix a bug, and it autosuggested the bug fix for me. Thought you should know.
All automated system that advertise themselves as "making software dev easier" are horseshit. Every single time I learn a new one I end up wasting at least 3 days crying into my booze over esoteric errors that, when I Google them, only lead me to open bug reports on GitHub.
Collaborating via GitHub issues or other fora? Wondering how to tell which of your colleagues are acting in bad faith or being argumentative for the sake of it? — Rule of thumb: The person who puts 👎 on their colleagues' postings, they're the one. Corollary: Don't be that guy.