My boss wanted me to move the project from git to vs which normally wouldn't be a problem since I've done this successfully a few times with the following process:
I don't know what happened today, if I wasn't focusing on what I was doing or something but instead of copying the local files to the appropriate unassociated location on my drive after deleting the github repo, I appear to have permanently deleted everything.
I started working on the data model for the project in October 2017. Boss is NOT happy and neither am I.
I've sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org asking if they can recover my repo... If they can, I can just clone it back onto my local drive.
Is there more that I can do or some way I can recover this on my own?
@nj888 by contacting GitHub Support and kindly asking for assisting with the recovery of a deleted repository.
Hi all, we have this problem right now.
does anybody know how much time takes GH Support to respond and fix this kind of problem ?
May not be as helpful but are there any forks of the repo? If a fork exists you might be able to make use of that, however it could be a problem if its not up to date.