between 11:30 am Mountain and now a codespace created for a public project on an organization which I created was deleted. when I try to recreate the codespace I get a 404 after clicking “Create”.
Follow up: I can create code spaces on my personal user account. But not on this organization (I am the admin on the organization)
Until yesterday evening, I was able to create codespaces for repos owned by an org as long as I was within the 2 codespace limit. I was able to do this since I joined the beta about a week ago. Starting today, this is not possible any longer. I am redirected to a 404 page, see screenshot. I can still create codespaces for personal repos, but not for orgs.
Sounds about right. Unfortunately for me I had committed a bunch but failed to push, lost about two hours of work
We believe we know why codespaces aren’t being displayed in this case and are resulting in 404s. Will circle back shortly but we are actively working on solving this.
are you saying that they still exist? because if that’s the case it’d save me a lot of lost work. I was stupid and didn’t push my commits as often as I should have
@fugufish – yes, they should still exist and should become visible again once the fix is deployed.
Sounds good! I have exactly the same issue, and lost my work that has not been pushed.
Looks like it has been updated and resolved.
Beat me to the update @fugufish. Yes this has been fixed.