Woo-hoo! Thanks @mickeygousset Excited to have you join the party.
Oh wow, thanks for that idea.
I will take a look at the numbers to see how many we are looking at and perhaps we can weave that into the clean-up next week.
Three more here:
- Connection to remote server via SSH return Connection refused - #2 by airtower-luna
- Bug ? workflow_run skips workflows depending on repository default branch - #2 by airtower-luna
- Search and rename files and content via actions - #2 by airtower-luna
The second one is a bit of a riddle, I feel.
Thank you so much for bringing this up. Great point!
For now, as you come across feature requests feel free to share them here and we will take a look. That way no specific staff is mentioned and we all can see.
With two and a half days into the Community Clean-up…
Community members and Hubbers have participated and have replied to 97 topics
From our starting number on June 8th here’s the percentage of topics that have been replied to in each category:
We thank you all for taking the time to help create the best community experience
More fun highlights to come…
Replied to a few topics from the Actions category:
- Problems with runner scheduler priority
- AWS-CLI behavior change
- Access to secrets in PR from fork using environments and pull_request_target
- Check runs - problem with rendering of markdown tables
- Questions about MacOS self-hosted runners
- Using actions - is ghcr.io suppose to be faster than docker.io
- Not possible to see step setup while an action is running
- Sleep command runs forever
358 more to go
Thank you @Simran-B for all of your contributions!
Week 1 of clean-up is almost complete
Thank you all so much for all of your contributions!
Looking forward to updating you on how we are looking next week.
I just replied to the issue below
The problem with this is that it will make any answered post disappear from the list, regardless of whether the poster has found the expected answer to the question. Is the goal to cater for unattended posts or answered questions? The latter really depends on whether the poster is satisfied with the answers to the original question.
hello how are you frend i an new in github
Welcome aboard then!
I just answered the question here on how to do generating contributors image of a certain repository,
and I mentioned also that there is this 10-Day Community Cleanup,
Maybe this is a feature request for GitHub not Git, so I just replied to the post
and I mentioned this 10-Day Community Cleanup,
I saw some topics that are in the wrong category. Is there another way to move them to a different category other than to flag the post?
Got the ball rolling for several more topics:
- GitHub Action workflow is not YAML!
- Run GitHub actions job only if previous job has failed
- Create a Github action that'll tar files every time I push to 'main'
- I want to create a github action to edit in README file
- Can I allow PRs to access secrets in an approved environment?
- Can you use GitHub Action account to approve PRs?
- Github action tag better approach for security
- Limit runners to specific actions
- All worflows are getting triggered
- How to wait for dynamic job to end?
- Manual Job execution
- Building for macOS completes, but is corrupt
- Ask about GitHub hosted runners ARM64 platform support
- GitHub Actions has encountered an internal error when running your job
- Workflow runs on pull request but not pull request target
I also looked into How to update a secret from GitHUb Actions environment but it turned out that
github-script is apparently using outdated dependencies and thus lacks various wrapper functions, including the one for setting environment secrets. I quickly tried to upgrade the deps but something broke in the process
Thank you so much for your efforts today!!
Is there another way to move them to a different category other than to flag the post?
Not currently. We might consider elevating user privileges to allow moving posts, for users with higher trust levels. Thanks for putting the idea out there!
For now, flagging is your best method to help accurately categorize posts.
Made a post myself:
Hi there; I hope I did not come to this party late.
I have been here for a long time but I was not active. This is my first message here: