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  • erchwy Eric Howey (@erchwy) reported

    Hey anyone got any tips or articles about setting up conventional commits with Lerna? Want to get it managing my change log and GitHub releases for me but having trouble finding a good tutorial online for this.

  • LionswapFinance LionSwap #BSC (@LionswapFinance) reported

    We met many hurdles. But we are taking one step at a time. The lion is burnt every day, and the lottery is also being developed. There is a problem with GitHub hosting, so we are connecting the domain again. The current temperal link is below.

  • m0ssc0de Moss (@m0ssc0de) reported

    At first glance, I didn't understand the Chinese version of the Github Action document. No problem with the English version. Maybe I haven't adapted to Chinese technical documents.

  • sebwilgosz Sebastian Wilgosz (@sebwilgosz) reported

    @_solnic_ Do you still use clickup? Do you have automation to automatically create the @clickup tasks when the GitHub issue appears? How did you solve that?

  • mormahr Moritz Mahringer (@mormahr) reported

    @_ryannystrom Unsolicited feature request: Issue/PR suggestions after typing „#“ just like on the web. GitHub for iOS already made organizing and triaging issues much nicer, but I still often switch to Safari to get Issue/PR numbers when writing comments/descriptions. 🙏🏻

  • cgranade cgranade: #NoUnityWithFascists (@cgranade) reported

    @JenMsft @CarmenCrincoli Oh, that's very nice. I always have about 50 GitHub tabs open from where I forgot I already had an issue open...

  • kentcdodds Kent C. Dodds (@kentcdodds) reported

    I'm getting a LOT of github issues on my projects/workshops involving npm v7... I'm still on v6. Did v7 just mess up a bunch of stuff or something?

  • adamdriscoll Adam Driscoll (@adamdriscoll) reported

    If you have been experiencing issues with logging into the Ironman Software forums with @GitHub, it's been fixed. My bad...

  • samgoodwin89 Sam Goodwin (@samgoodwin89) reported

    Anyone else have trouble jumping to new comments on GitHub? I can’t seem to easily come back to a PR and catch up with what’s just been commented. Am I doing something wrong?

  • Bytedefined Bytedefined (@Bytedefined) reported

    @Prathkum VScode iTerm2: - Startup development server for node ;) Discord Firefox: - DuckDuckGo - Gmail/Proton mail - GitHub

  • terrajobst Immo Landwerth (@terrajobst) reported

    @ben_a_adams @github For any moderately sized repo, this means PR velocity slows down to a grinding halt. Which is the opposite of what auto merge is supposed to fix in the first place.

  • borud borud (@borud) reported

    Formatting text seems to be a lost art. I feel like yelling at people who just piss an unformatted mess of text into Github issues and then expect people to just sort through 50-100 lines of crap without any paragraphs.

  • quinn_jacobd Jacob Quinn (@quinn_jacobd) reported

    Ok, let's hear it: as a developer (or any other career I guess), what's the one thing always have to google, no matter how many times you've already looked it up before? I think mine is hands down how to insert an image link in github markdown...

  • jaredweakly Jared Weakly (@jaredweakly) reported

    The real reason NixOS users and Haskell users get along so well is not cause NixOS is a "pure functional OS" but because both of them are only usable through GitHub-Issue Driven Development send tweet

  • joel_day_ Joel Day (@joel_day_) reported

    Before commenting on a #GitHub issue: Check. Your. Entitlement.

  • metaskills Ken Collins (@metaskills) reported

    @ELPantufla Throw the error up on GitHub Issues. I can likely help sort it out and maybe we have a bug.

  • GregRobson_UK Greg Robson (@GregRobson_UK) reported

    @sarah_edo @cassidoo @GregWildSmith [When an issue on an open source project hasn't be resolved for a year and you need it fixed....] And I pray Oh my God, do I pray I pray every single day For that GitHub issue resolutioooon!

  • christiangruber Christian "evil general" Gruber (@christiangruber) reported

    @JazzNeurotic Yep. Code in public. Your github profile is your resume. Find open-source projects you enjoy, fix a bug, then fix another, then add a feature, then propose broader improvements. Get involved, but involved such that your code is in the tree.

  • JordiMonPMM Jordi Mon (@JordiMonPMM) reported

    @martinwoodward Do you not use GitHub for everything? I mean not only pages but why not Issues and Discussions for one.

  • RaivoOTP Raivo OTP (@RaivoOTP) reported

    @liviaalegi Hmm that's quite strange. Are you able to debug the issue? If not, could you provide as many details as possible in an issue on GitHub? In settings you can find an option "Log to local file". Could you enable that, export the ZIP and send me the log? Thanks in advance!

  • rbrtwnklr ʀᴏʙᴇʀᴛ ᴡɪɴᴋʟᴇʀ (@rbrtwnklr) reported

    @satoshi55d How can I help you? If you need help, you could create a GitHub issue.

  • JustinWGrote Justin Grote (@JustinWGrote) reported

    @cjwarwickps @jamesoneill @BrettMiller_IT It's probably my unofficial title if you look at my history of github issue filings :)

  • ekr____ Eric Rescorla (@ekr____) reported

    What I mean here is that the documents are developed in GitHub. Comments are made via issues and/or pull requests, with a bunch of automation (automatic generation of the published version, continuous integration, ...) tying this together.

  • zachklipp Office of Zachary Klippenstein (@zachklipp) reported

    @AfzalivE Until the next issue where we have to wait 6 months for github to do something to support this ridiculous emulator hell we live in. Any, fingers crossed indeed.

  • ryanburnsdev Ryan Burns (@ryanburnsdev) reported

    @githubstatus @GitHubHelp are actions having issues? I'm getting "GitHub Actions has encountered an internal error when running your job." on all builds today.

  • ProgrammerDude Arian van Putten (@ProgrammerDude) reported

    @andir0815 @github Seems like a game breaking glitch. This is unusable haha

  • ProgrammerDude Arian van Putten (@ProgrammerDude) reported

    @andir0815 @github Aaarg I think I figured out the issue. It only shows previous logs when a _new_ message comes in. So if you close the tab and reopen it and it's a job that doesn't log any text for a long time it won't show the previous entries until a new log line is sent. Wild.

  • pestdesmadre Pest (@pestdesmadre) reported

    @PancakeSwap can you fix your token icons on github and only use lowercase or uppercase? its annoying to use...

  • _StaticVoid Lucas Santos (@_StaticVoid) reported

    @thaJeztah @github @GitHubEng The problem here seems that the newest tag might not be a release, so it's not the latest because it has never been release, this happens when you *** tag something and push this tag. I don't think there's a way to get the latest tag, like the release does, but I'll check out

  • MTimC1 MTimC (@MTimC1) reported

    @john_actuary interesting that all of the csv lines in github have changed since last week - even those for the beginning of Dec. Presumably the data integration mechanisms have some slow links.