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@aramanja01 All good!! Thanks again! I opened a support ticket with them. I couldn’t find much on that error outside of GitHub issues which I can’t do much with 😝
@isaacmwondi @SamProgramiz It's almost like github co-pilot, It tries to solve coding problems then write the code, It's not perfect though.. But still impressive
@willmcgugan I still feel like the main challenge here is the UX friction around storing artifacts like these. Copy/pasting into GitHub issues is a good start, though I still see projects get tripped up on the "binary files are clunky to use with ***" issues
@Kshubhamutd looking at GitHub the commits seem to have slowed down a bit about 5 days ago.
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What a day it was. You can guess the frustration level by the fact that I raise 2 issues in a GitHub repository. Waiting for them to be resolved by tonight otherwise khud he code krunga baithke :)
Day 44 #100DaysOfCode - one of my fave days of coding ever, spent a few hrs w @alternate_gait working on the backend of an unfinished tarot card flip app I made -tried to make the flip happen on the server side (no dice, gna keep at it) - got better w github merges, branches etc
Hey @Frenck Im having no luck (community and on GitHub) in getting answers on some issues with the Denon AVR integration in Home Assistant. I know this is open source and there are no service levels but given it's part of the core how are issues raised addressed?
@adelabukamal I would have been glad if the console had error 😪… Borge the front and back were going good but I don delete am sha… using GitHub to track changes now so if can easily pinpoint if the bug comes up again
@an7s3m0t that's what I thought but I can't seem to do 1) in github web (not working off terminal right now) but I can 'open pull request' which I assume is what (2) is?
On categorising contribution: "Based on system impact, we might decide that a single-line-of-code bug fix from an experienced developer is equal to a typo correction from a content designer But what if, to correct that typo, our content designer had to learn markdown & GitHub?"
@emmajane_net With those words, of course. But if it's on github or whatever and someone sees a possible problem, they can shout their advice into the void. Maybe author wants to listen (and takes advice, or not), maybe author doesn't want to listen ever, but the ability is a feature.
@anaisbetts @ethomson I've got more issues with the people who care have a empty mosaic on GitHub and those who should care have/had a filled mosaic and are too burned to care. We've got bigger and more complex scenarios of maybe not always theft, but clear exploitation of other people's labor
@krea_ai @strapijs @render First issue: forked the following Github template and ran `npm i` and it failed. Perhaps it has something to do with my M1 Macbook Pro and the yarn lock file?
@adamculp @github The "Report" button takes you to the form I linked above. That page is a cryptic maze of drop-down menus designed to steer you away from entering a written description of the problem, but I managed to find a textarea input to do so.
Na to dey drop curse for GitHub issues.
@adamculp @github I wouldn't bother with blocking the user, as the goal here is to get the account deactivated (or at least cleaned up) instead of ignoring the problem. That said, I know this is just a futile game of a whack-a-mole.
Since discord doesn't seem to be bring back hypesquad events anytime soon, and I doubt anyone really used the link anyways, I'm letting the payment for the domain roll. I also have no idea what the GitHub account login that I used to host the site via GitHub pages is anyways :)
I understand that DDIA is for practioners and not students, however i feel that a large number of engineers don't get to design core distributed systems at work. If not exercises then possibly issues in distributed systems thats on GitHub that can be implemented?
@nixcraft also cat -tev is hand for finding where folks have edited code in the GitHub editor and it’s put in some white space that doesn’t go down well with likes of yaml.
@DunsinWebDev That might require you to go through 2FA authentication, which is a bit if trouble for me. I like staying logged in, do what I want and exit. But yes, I do this only because my phone is mostly empty. Github app might be the first one to go if the need arises.
I hate @metabase. Plenty of bugs, 2k open Github issues, long feature waiting list. But. But it's helping me & my team working numbers based every single day. Reliable since years. I wish there would be a reason for me to upgrade from free to paid for me.
@Erin_Caldin What makes it worse is the fact that they're not /r but /r/n What ******** why why why Basically it's a problem because I have help txt files that my program needs to parse and crlf was making me angry And when I use github actions to compile it turns lf in txt files to clrf
@MSKval Windows 11 is not a issue if you debloat it using christitustech winutil from his github
@SlawekJaran One of the biggest issues is: you need an account to report bugs for basically every FOSS project. GitLab for one, GitHub for another, BitBucket, Bugzilla, … Same is for chat support: IRC, Matrix, Gitter, Self-hosted, Slack, … It is just hard enough to think: Meh, not today.
Scweet(htttps://github.com/Altimis/Scweet) is an available repository, but it still needs many adjustments to make it work on your computer Pros: No limits, Personalize Cons: Complex, comparatively Slow, Unstable(depends on your network connections), Against the Twitter Terms
@nkrapivindev Not the issue. Can't find the GitHub anymore and I asked an additional question unrelated to RPI
I really want to like GitHub, and I always feel like an idiot when I fix this issue, but **** why does the default copy-and-paste GitHub suggestion always lead me down this dead end?
@DeFi_JUST @CertiK @github When are you going to fix the withdrawals in BTFS and Speed?