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  • ft_org Fantranslation (@ft_org) reported

    @DaVince21 Probably. There IS one gaping hole in Ruffle - ActionScript 3 support - but we're EXTREMELY honest about that, to the point of literally popping up a warning any time you load an AS3 movie. (Mostly because half our GitHub issues are "please make AS3 work")

  • mcclure111 mcc (@mcclure111) reported

    @radgeRayden They apparently are open for feedback on this, I complained about an ambiguous element and they changed it… they've got a github issues page and everything

  • e_chrisantus C Eze ~ Learning how to learn (@e_chrisantus) reported

    @dawuzi @github What do you mean when you say it is difficult? Is it the time it takes for the push to complete or the frequent need to either login or enter a token before one carries out any operation with github?

  • mnjugg Antonio Morales (@mnjugg) reported

    @misfitmarceline @github Easy way is to tell them that the code is used for illegally downloading music/movies. Down in 15 minutes, they don't even verify if it's accurate or not

  • yoloswagATL spaceshipsonbankhead (@yoloswagATL) reported

    @workspacedevs It looks like you have no .NET SDK samples on GitHub, how can I go about helping you fix that?

  • jgaylord Jason Gaylord | Home since 3/10 #SocialDistancing (@jgaylord) reported

    @Azure Are there any issues with Azure DNS resolution right now? My site started running into DNS resolution issues. The site is hosted on GitHub Pages but the DNS is hosted with Azure.

  • jgaylord Jason Gaylord | Home since 3/10 #SocialDistancing (@jgaylord) reported

    @GitHub Are you experiencing any issues with #GitHubPages at the moment? My site stopped resolving. #github #ghpages

  • twseph seph (@twseph) reported

    @porcupine_club None. I think they should all be notarized. Slightly less snark is to look for whiney GitHub issues.

  • andre_wiggins Andre Wiggins (@andre_wiggins) reported

    @suchipi cc: @openuicg Perhaps something we can think about (if there isn't a GitHub issue already)

  • richturn_ms Rich Turner (@richturn_ms) reported

    @manelrodero @github @onedrive STRONGLY recommend you do NOT store your *** dev projects - under OneDrive/GDrive/DropBox, etc. That's LITERALLY asking for trouble. That's what GitHub and similar are for.

  • Wendlowsky Nic Wendlowsky (@Wendlowsky) reported

    @bdam555 OSD FrontEnd has the same issue and I can't even fix it myself cuz the source code isn't on GitHub (that I can find). Hang in there.

  • apenwarr apenwarr (@apenwarr) reported

    @srinathkrishna @Tailscale Central sharing of public keys is no problem; it's the same as uploading your ssh public to github (that's whey they're called "public" keys :))

  • JoshuaKGoldberg Josh Goldberg 💖 (@JoshuaKGoldberg) reported

    @IllusionMH @SeaRyanC Please file an issue on the GitHub issue tracker.

  • AnneOgborn Anne Ogborn (@AnneOgborn) reported

    ok, linux peeps - puzzle. I had issues with ssh earlier, and in debugging removed all my old keys and made a new one. Later in day I realized I was happily pushing to github. Github only knew about one of the really old keys I had. How'd that happen?

  • skyetetra Dr. Jacqueline Nolis (@skyetetra) reported

    @jcheng @eamcvey @ijlyttle Actually upon thinking about this for 20 minutes what I really want is purrr to have a keep_name() and discard_name() which work exactly like keep() and discard() but are applied to names (and could just take a vector of names) I’m gonna make this as a purrr GitHub issue!

  • wojtekmaj91 Wojciech Maj (@wojtekmaj91) reported

    @SamHulick @arcanis @yarnpkg Authenticate yourself before installation: yarn npm login --scope SCOPE_NAME_HERE Provide your GitHub handle as a login, and a personal access token as a password.

  • sotak Marek Sotak (@sotak) reported

    I am working on a little side-project using Vue 3, Netlify (+identity and functions), FaunaDB, Stripe for payments, with automated deployment from GitHub. Paying $0 with zero server setup and maintenance. 👀 🤯 #serverless #makers

  • the_zenspider Ryan Davis (@the_zenspider) reported

    @5katkov @github I think we just found the problem! Check the case in your work flow file name vs the name entry in the file. They link to the latter but want the former.

  • tr3nchman Jared (@tr3nchman) reported

    @nickrusso42518 @github @labeveryday Thanks for the quick reply. I've been working with Ansible and have been working to resolve a few issues. Currently, I have to use my personal computer to research which is fine for now since I'm working from home. I'd like to make sure I can access when I'm back in the office

  • nobelsucks Nobel Yoo (@nobelsucks) reported

    "I'm encountering a bunch of problems with github in my new magazine publishing website. There's just too many current issues!"

  • alizzmoo Aaron Lisman (@alizzmoo) reported

    @CircleCI My builds today are all failing to clone from github with the following error: "fatal: reference is not a tree: {commithash}". All branches. Any ideas?

  • mariatta Mariatta 🤦 (@mariatta) reported

    I've been using GitHub CLI for some time, and I really recommend it if you haven't been using it. I don't even use a lot of fancy commands. Mostly: gh repo clone gh pr create gh issue create gh repo create

  • the_zenspider Ryan Davis (@the_zenspider) reported

    I need data. Anyone else seeing @github actions fail to list anything if you filter by workflow?? If I filter for “test” on $workproject, I get 2 builds from 5 months ago, not the thousand builds since. Absolutely broken for us.

  • antonpiatek covid ant 🐜 (@antonpiatek) reported

    @sxa555 Yeah, we don't use issues as we have jira (for better or worse). Prob moving bit bucket soon so github workflow will be short lived

  • guyrleech Guy Leech (@guyrleech) reported

    @manelrodero @github @onedrive Yes but no problems

  • jguffey Josh Guffey (@jguffey) reported

    That being said, there are a couple of small annoyances, mostly from using a linter, and getting that configured properly, but these are small bumps that are well-documented in Github issues.

  • JeffHandley Jeff Handley (@JeffHandley) reported

    I just saw a GitHub commit notification come through with a commit message of "fix the build?" The question mark is gold.

  • jforge Klaus (@jforge) reported

    @recantha Depends. If feedback is no issue, then no. Use forks, use GitHub discussions & maintainers may offer other comm channels, or maybe none to indicate no interest in gen. feedback, but in real tickets. Worst are ppl telling the maintainer to choose another programming language🙄

  • DennisAarony Dennis Aarony (@DennisAarony) reported

    @signalapp how do i know that your server is the running the code on github?

  • yagudaev Michael Yagudaev (@yagudaev) reported

    @excid3 Is there an FAQ or GitHub issues we can put this info so that if other encounter it they can fix it?