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GitHub Outage Chart 06/23/2021 23:00

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  • mishterkurth Phil Kurth (@mishterkurth) reported

    @dmpinder @fabian_mcelhill Ahhhhhhhh!! I end up in a package update frenzy with all sorts of GitHub issues and forum threads open trying to understand what's what.

  • coffeeAndNextJs sb (@coffeeAndNextJs) reported

    @github Is your partially down, in terms of sending verification codes to emails, for logging in? I also tried the password reset feature, but not receiving emails yet. Been 10 minutes, but maybe it's a gmail thing

  • BekahHW Bekah Hawrot Weigel (@BekahHW) reported

    @CodeNewbies A4. My win is always my community—and to add to that today is @MikeRogers0 bday—but outside of that, I suggested a solution to someone’s problem in a GitHub discussion, and although they’d already found an answer, it had to do with what I suggested! #codenewbie

  • mariorod1 Mario Rodriguez (@mariorod1) reported

    @MrGeekmister @github We were inspired by "origami" so the idea is that you are unfolding an issue.

  • rnelson0 Rob Nelson (@rnelson0) reported

    @richburroughs The issue is there’s no state on GitHub issues. Blocked by something external? Or maybe by another specific issue? Cool, no way to know that as a glance without Yet Another Label that needs maintenance or looking for every “this issue was referenced in…”

  • robby robby valles (@robby) reported from Oxnard, California

    @github can you have a time estimate on the issue?

  • JoeCyberGuru Joe Julian (@JoeCyberGuru) reported

    @jordansissel @elastic I think their biggest problem is that the UX is horrible. The reason people will happily reimplement those things in GitHub is that they get a better UX in GitHub. There are usability bugs for Jira that have been open for years. Just looked at one today that's open from 2014.

  • chimon1984 Ryan Edge 💙 (@chimon1984) reported

    The new GitHub Issues is something...

  • dai_shi Daishi Kato (@dai_shi) reported

    @Leechael Maybe, maybe not. Not sure either. An example with websocket sounds interesting anyway. I had a discussion with someone in a github issue, and "scope" seems to fit with their needs. So, there's definitely something useful of it, other than my original thought.

  • OneGravitas One (@OneGravitas) reported

    @random_eddie I don't think there is one that you can count on being up that long, the best option is to put it someplace where it'd be a news item if it was expected to go down giving you warning to go move it, Github and Google drive come to mind.

  • bmogilefsky Bret Mogilefsky (@bmogilefsky) reported

    @konklone @mlissner The other way I thought of would be to have two columns, the first listing subparts, and the second containing the avatars of all the justices who agreed. Kind of like a list of issues and the (multiple) people assigned in GitHub.

  • 6arrid0 blank (@6arrid0) reported

    @treysis @QuuxBerlin @github Hi! Would you care to point me to an article that'd explain why this is an issue? I'm interested. Thanks.

  • tomtucka Tom Withers (@tomtucka) reported

    New @github Issues look absolutely stellar. But we seriously need a new dashboard, the current one is such a waste of space. Has so much potential to show useful information.

  • dmacvicar Duncan Mac-Vicar P. (@dmacvicar) reported

    New @github issues missed the top feature: Ban you and report to the police if you dare to write +1 in a comment instead of using the vote icon.

  • krneely COOL ZONE NOW | ACAB (@krneely) reported

    There were so many problems and most were not my fault but the one that was my fault was that I did push my Sites folder to GitHub lmao

  • Theta_Dev ThetaDev (@Theta_Dev) reported

    @buckstefan @GHchangelog Nice demo! I've done something similar a week ago, but without issue forms. I have a program running on Github actions, which automatically creates an issue if it is missing data. The auto-generated issue includes a form within a code block, which can be copied and pasted

  • jondr44 Jonathan Roth (@jondr44) reported

    @xiaodanh @olivia_j_healy Hi! Can you try running github install haghish/rcall, version("2.5.0") clear all and then try again? I suspect this is a compatibility issue with the latest version of Rcall. Thanks!

  • CarterWCheng Carter Cheng (@CarterWCheng) reported

    @MalwareJake Perhaps, there is some comprehensive attempt, to take over the software supply chain. Solarwinds, highlights this issue. The critical point is Microsoft's control of Windows/Office/Github- an APT on them is a death knell (redundancy please?)

  • eamcvey Elaine McVey (@eamcvey) reported

    @RLesur Done! (Need a "create Github issue from tweet" button...)

  • e_k_anderson Evan Anderson (@e_k_anderson) reported

    @BenTheElder @apenwarr IMO, the automation is making up for the lack of "touched in the last X days" queries in GitHub (by closing anything older than that). I agree that it's not ideal. For people who aren't subscribed to every issue, it at least gives a hint as to who might still care about it.

  • e_k_anderson Evan Anderson (@e_k_anderson) reported

    @BenTheElder @apenwarr The real problem is that the GitHub tools don't quite fit this. For example, you can query updated:<=2021-06-20 but not updated:<=3 days ago I see that there's an issues beta, and it sounds like we've signed up, so maybe things will get better.

  • c_tolkien Chad Tolkien (@c_tolkien) reported

    @timothymarshall @github Eh, as a developer, the "issues" are really bare bones and basic.

  • sanketsahu Sanket Sahu (@sanketsahu) reported

    @github Here is a request! Please replace "Issues" with something else, with a positive word. It's more like the entire project management now.

  • nirvdrum Kevin Menard (@nirvdrum) reported

    I wish GitHub would just let me link an external issue tracker. A full integration would be amazing, but I'd be pretty happy if I could keep the "Issues" link and have it go someplace useful.

  • GordonBeeming Gordon Beeming 🤼⚙🛠 (@GordonBeeming) reported

    @xoofx @github Correct, that would work as labels and order as you'd expect. Keep in mind with labels it would be ordering on all the labels for each issue so if you had something like enhancement that would order higher than Pxxx. You might want to look at a field for this data specifically

  • Doomed_Daniel Daniel Gibson (@Doomed_Daniel) reported

    @github @foosel Looks nice and everything - I hope one more feature I've been wanting since forever (and that wasn't explicitly shown) will be part of this update: Moving comments into a different (or new) issue

  • jna_sh Joe Nash (@jna_sh) reported

    Custom fields on GitHub Issues? Oh yeah I'm gonna do some degenerate **** with that

  • OGcalsync Outlook Google Sync (@OGcalsync) reported

    @OhGodOhad You can allow deletions but prompt before deleting, that should let you know which ones they are. Figuring out why it wants to delete them might be harder and need an issue ticket being raised on GitHub

  • griffoncloud Paul Griffin (@griffoncloud) reported

    @github Does "issues" make sense here? Surely not everything you'd want to plan or track is an issue?

  • Vaibhav48302670 Vaibhav Gupta (@Vaibhav48302670) reported

    @digitalocean I have been trying to apply promo code which I received from github for digitalocean when I apply the code on Digitalocean pop up shows that promo code doesn't exists. My ticket number is #4914638 Please help me out with this issue asap. Thank you