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Additional information about this being weird: https://git.sr.ht/~spacekookie/libkookie/commit/031f0356660a36953f13572394ec3ad990347526
I have a repo where I have a
READMEfile that should be rendered as plain text, but is being rendered as markdown.
For context, this is the repo: https://git.sr.ht/~spacekookie/libkookie
While I do like the idea of e-mail issue reporting, I do think that anonymous tickets are important too. Considering how easy it's to create an account, I don't think that just letting anyone post an issue is really that much worse when it comes to spam.
For projects hosting their own sourcehut it would be really useful to disable namespaces to get rid of redundant elements in the path (i.e.
git.project.net/project/repo) and instead putting everything in the root namespace (
It should be possible to delete accounts
Why did you mark this as
This is a bit of a fluff feature, but something I do actually enjoy a lot from Github and Gitlab is an indicator of the percentage of languages in a repository indicated by a colourful bar somewhere.
I'm wondering if this is something you'd be interested in adding in the future
I'm wondering if this could be implemented via the
webhooksfeature. At least looking at the docs, you can get webhooks for repo update events (such as push, etc).
However the workflow feels a bit clumsy, having to first create an API key or authorising an application to access the events.
So I guess implementing this task by listening to events internally is probably a better solution.
I'd be curious in helping implement this. I haven't looked to extensively at the
coresource code yet so I don't know how I'd get access to an event listener in a
dispatchtask. Any help there would be appreciated.