It's currently possible to delete a repository with a single click. There's no confirmation. I know we're all adults here for something like this I'd like at least a confirm dialog or (better yet) something that requires intention like how GitHub forces you to type the name of the repository.
You have to click two buttons, the first labelledDelete, the second one is bright red and explicitly lays outProceed and delete. Additionally, if you delete a repo, getting it back is as simple as a git push.
I get the whole UNIX-is-the-Hole-Hawg serious-users-don't-need-to-be-protected-from-themselves aesthetic, which totally works with the brutalist design which I also appreciate. It's true that if you're the only user it's easy to just git-push again, and it's also true that on this service deleting the Git repo doesn't also remove the tickets or other pieces.
But repository deletion is one place where I'd want the confirmation to be a little stronger. If you're running a serious project with a lot of contributors then deleting the repo might be a serious inconvenience. You might have to contact contributors to get various branches back, etc, etc.
You have to click two buttons labelledDelete, one of which is red, to perform an action which can ultimately be rolled back. This is entirely sufficient.