Any clue when this might happen?
Most other CI services have a tag that allows you to omit a build. That can be useful in case you are just changing the readme or something like that. In TravisCI, CircleCI and AppVeyor you simply suffix your commit with
[skip ci]. This feature isn't really important to the user, however, the service would benefit from it, since people would skip useless builds which reduces the load.
Anonymous Permissionsdescription is the following
Permissions granted to anyone who visits this tracker, logged in or otherwise., to me that sounds like those count for users that aren't logged in as well.
When I set those to
submit, I still can't create a ticket when not logged in, I can see the button however, which I can't without those permissions. When clicking the button I get prompted for login credentials though.
Steps to reproduce:
- Open https://todo.sr.ht
Create new tracker
- Enter a title and a description
Create & Configure
The title will be saved, but the description will be gone.
I didn't see #11 at first, I am sorry.
However, this seems to be one and the same issue? Is there any workaround yet?
When creating a new repository there is no way to edit it from within thre browser and the URL it gives me for cloning is this
However, this is not a valid URL for cloning:marcel ~$ git clone man@https://man.sr.ht:~biosmarcel/Test Klone nach 'Test' ... fatal: protocol 'man@https' is not supported
I have already tried using:git clone email@example.com/~biosmarcel/Test
However, that didn't work either and resulted in this:marcel ~/wikis/Test (master)$ git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:~biosmarcel/Test marcel ~/wikis/Test (master)$ git push --set-upstream origin master Enter passphrase for key '/Users/marcel/.ssh/id_rsa': fatal: Konnte nicht vom Remote-Repository lesen. Bitte stellen Sie sicher, dass die korrekten Zugriffsberechtigungen bestehen und das Repository existiert.
This pretty much means that i either have no permission or the repo couldn't be found.
So what do I do instead? The documentation also left me clueless.
Would be cool if you could quickly link to a specific section of a specific wiki page.
Maybe by simply making each header a hyperlink whch your browser will just let you copy.
Yeah, I get what you mean.