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  • syed__umar Syed Umar Arfeen 🇵🇰 (@syed__umar) reported

    @shail_official @3XS0 Why not, please file some details as a github issue on the repo.

  • tosbourn Toby Osbourn (@tosbourn) reported

    I get confused every time I try and do something with BitBucket issues. It seems to be gently pushing me towards both Trello and Jira at the same time. It seems to want to be too many things to too many people. I fear GitHub is going the same way.

  • juliendubois Julien Dubois (@juliendubois) reported

    @atomfrede @jhipster Oh yes... I had my phone number in my email signature, and I did the mistake of replying to a GitHub issue by mail, so my phone number was in the GitHub issue.

  • tpigarelli Shoe (@tpigarelli) reported

    @mrdoob @eigenbom @github Terrible idea. The real problem is open source as it is structured today.

  • danbri Dan Brickley (@danbri) reported

    @Simon_Lucy @mrdoob @github shutting it down occasionally also reminds users that opensource software doesn't grow on trees

  • eisnerguy1 eisnerguy1 (@eisnerguy1) reported

    @liji32 Oh, would you rather I post this issue on the GitHub page?

  • _solnic_ 🤘🏻Piotr Solnica🤘🏻 (@_solnic_) reported

    Got access to GitHub’s Codespaces yesterday. It looks promising but trying it out on an iPad is problematic due to various issues like: no ESC key, conflicting keyboard shortcuts and keyboard widget covering parts of the codespace UI I’m sure all of that can be solved though!

  • NourHaridy Nour Haridy (@NourHaridy) reported

    @CheickGuiti It turned out not to be an issue with Metamask. Users were pushing their private keys to Github by mistake from outside Metamask (using ***).

  • pedropbuendia Pedro (@pedropbuendia) reported

    The TL;DR; is: - Proposal in the community forum to align everyone with the proposed solution to a problem. - Use GitHub milestones and issues to track the execution of the project.

  • gleamlang Gleam Language (@gleamlang) reported

    @_hhandoko It is, it should be possible to import it like so: import gleam/string_builder If you still have problems please open an issue on GitHub

  • mrdoob Mr.doob (@mrdoob) reported

    @inventsable @Samsyyyy @github No, GitHub doesn't let you set your own voicemail. They only let you archive projects. Also, don't forget that projects usually have a forum, slack, discord, etc. All that would still be on, it'd only be the issue tracker that would suspend from time to time.

  • mrdoob Mr.doob (@mrdoob) reported

    @inventsable @Samsyyyy @github Also, don't forget that projects usually have a forum, slack, discord, etc. All that would still be on, it'd only be the issue tracker that would suspend from time to time.

  • inventsable Tom Scharstein (@inventsable) reported

    @mrdoob @Samsyyyy @github 🤔But you can personally set up your voicemail to say that. It doesn't involve Verizon as a platform to need to implement any change that doesn't already have some mechanism and that's functionally the same as not answering. Your idea means no new issues, or scheduled/delayed?

  • inventsable Tom Scharstein (@inventsable) reported

    @mrdoob @Samsyyyy @github saying "What's the worst that could happen" -- well a week of broken or malicious code stealing user data in such an intertwined mess that is NPM dependencies in any given webpack project. If 20 / hundreds of deps are in vacation mode at any given time? That's not trivial

  • inventsable Tom Scharstein (@inventsable) reported

    @mrdoob @Samsyyyy @github Agreed but my problem is that I don't think it's right for Verizon to prevent me from calling you solely because you'd have 100 messages a day. I understand there's a problem and I get where you're coming from, but I disagree with the proposal on principle. Like the guy earlier

  • DecentralStn Decentral Station (@DecentralStn) reported

    @ASvanevik I think the login and donate process should be simple. Not for this but generally out of 10 ppl in DeFi, 2 might have Github account but 5 of them might be willing to donate.

  • inventsable Tom Scharstein (@inventsable) reported

    @mrdoob @Samsyyyy @github I get that Github is new and novel and there are issues we don't yet understand how to solve but I feel something is inherently wrong with shutting down public discussion on an OS repo. Seems easy to exploit this vacation mode with malicious code via dependency + no public issues

  • STechnophile Technophile's Notions (@STechnophile) reported

    Life hurdles is like programming errors. Atlast we solve the errors and find happiness. Sometimes reliable sources like stackoverflow and github didn't help us in solving errors and random web page help us to solve the problem.(1/2) #earthquake #RestInPeace #laearthquake

  • uno_u_dos Victor M. (@uno_u_dos) reported

    Github it down? @github

  • SvenHettwer Sven Hettwer (@SvenHettwer) reported

    @stuartsierra I assume, it is @ApacheSpark you are talking about. You could open an issue on #github and tell them about your finding. Ideally you would provide an PR and fix it for 3.0.2. IMHO this would be more constructive.

  • haxzie_ Musthaq Ahamad (@haxzie_) reported

    @SubinSiby True, but only the open-source repositories (mostly forks in GitHub) were taken down through DCMA. There are still apps which are closed source running using the same fork. YellowDuck, Loola, insta feed are a few among many.

  • AlistairPullen Alistair (@AlistairPullen) reported

    @nwslcabello @PodsDank Yes it does run on iOS14 devices, but the problem is at the moment you can’t install it unless you use the Github link and use Xcode to put it onto your phone - the direct download binary won’t install because you need a provisioning profile

  • herrmann1001 Iceman - Proxmark3 evangelist - ☕ (@herrmann1001) reported

    I notice a major change in attitude and behavior on ppl posting on Github. I been there for 7-8years and never had any problems at all. The last three months its been three cases on mental break downs. I wonder what has happend to trigger this change?

  • mikaelnou Mikael Nousiainen (@mikaelnou) reported

    @WhatsTheGeekYT Just wondering if you filed a bug describing the issue in GitHub? That'll help a lot... Which module is the bug in?

  • mrdoob Mr.doob (@mrdoob) reported

    @inventsable @Samsyyyy @github Say that you realized the street lights in your neighborhood are no longer efficient with the current traffic. Asking the city council is your best bet to fix it.

  • biosbenk David Benkeser (@biosbenk) reported

    If anyone wants to check my math, the codes all there. File an issue on GitHub or publicly shame me on Twitter. Your choice!

  • BrandonClapp Brandon Clapp (@BrandonClapp) reported

    @WesleyJohnson @damengchen I used github signin on desktop and it worked. Idk if there's something different about the mobile workflow, though.

  • inventsable Tom Scharstein (@inventsable) reported

    @Samsyyyy @mrdoob @github Contributors or owners can solve the issue at their own leisure. I'm not demanding they solve it immediately, I'm literally arguing that the mechanism of open discussion on the repo not be frozen arbitrarily for blocks of time. So how is this demanding or being unhappy with OS?

  • ir1maru Irwn.MKI (@ir1maru) reported

    When I downgrade to older version (0.8.3 20f007c) the crash gone. Seems to be the problems with latest update. I'm using device with Kirin 950 if it's related to the problem. Idk how to use github to report so Twitter the only way I can use. I hope it get fixed next update.

  • inventsable Tom Scharstein (@inventsable) reported

    @Samsyyyy @mrdoob @github Burnout is a problem. A common one thats not exclusive to Github or code. Yet it's Github's responsibility? No one is answering this.