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Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
@areebbeigh I will fix it this weekend, the problem is I think we have a lot of things breaking right now.
I can use your help if want to take that up :)
Areeb Beigh (Euphinx)
@areebbeigh
@abhishalya I'm looking to actively contribute asap. Will drop in as soon as I have stable internet. I'll be keeping up with related issues though.
varenyamBakshi
@varenyamBakshi
Hello World
corobo-abhishalya
@corobo-abhishalya

Welcome @varenyamBakshi! :tada:

To get started, please follow our newcomers guide. The guide might tell you that corobo's command will get you an invite, but it won't, I'm not corobo (he's my father and he's too tired to work atm).

The alternative is to request access to gitlab instead. A developer or maintainer will then soon invite you to the organization. But just to let you know, the invite might get delayed since most of our maintainers are busy.

Only after you've received and accepted the invitation, we can assign issues. Until that, feel free to explore coala.

Reha Santiago
@rehasantiago
Hello World
corobo-abhishalya
@corobo-abhishalya

Welcome @rehasantiago! :tada:

To get started, please follow our newcomers guide. The guide might tell you that corobo's command will get you an invite, but it won't, I'm not corobo (he's my father and he's too tired to work atm).

The alternative is to request access to gitlab instead. A developer or maintainer will then soon invite you to the organization. But just to let you know, the invite might get delayed since most of our maintainers are busy.

Only after you've received and accepted the invitation, we can assign issues. Until that, feel free to explore coala.

Vivek Kanade
@Vivekk07
Hello world
corobo-abhishalya
@corobo-abhishalya

Welcome @Vivekk07! :tada:

To get started, please follow our newcomers guide. The guide might tell you that corobo's command will get you an invite, but it won't, I'm not corobo (he's my father and he's too tired to work atm).

The alternative is to request access to gitlab instead. A developer or maintainer will then soon invite you to the organization. But just to let you know, the invite might get delayed since most of our maintainers are busy.

Only after you've received and accepted the invitation, we can assign issues. Until that, feel free to explore coala.

Vivek Kanade
@Vivekk07
How can i get started with gsoc 2020 contributions?
Is the idea list available yet?
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Hey @Vivekk07 unfortunately coala isn't participating in GSoC this year.
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
@abhishalya is all the PR are being held which are ready to be mearged till the CI is fixed ?
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Yep, you'll see some PRs merged this weekend
Amol Grover
@frextrite

Yep, you'll see some PRs merged this weekend

@abhishalya I was just about to ask if you plan to merge the accepted PRs. Good to see this.

On a related note, I saw some approved PRs which didn't have proper commit messages, are we relaxing this a bit?
Keshav Garg
@KVGarg
commit guidelines need to be followed, that is necessary
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
hey i think i messed up somewhere while forking or cloning( newcomer) i forked the coala projects repo and then cloned my forked repo is it correct
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
now i try to push inside my clone with just git push it says everything is up to date
and if i try to git push https://github.com/coala/projects it says i dont have access
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
@frextrite Can you ping me on such PRs? I'll check them out tomorrow
Ganta Chaitra
@GantaChaitra_gitlab
Hello World
corobo-abhishalya
@corobo-abhishalya

Welcome @GantaChaitra_gitlab! :tada:

To get started, please follow our newcomers guide. The guide might tell you that corobo's command will get you an invite, but it won't, I'm not corobo (he's my father and he's too tired to work atm).

The alternative is to request access to gitlab instead. A developer or maintainer will then soon invite you to the organization. But just to let you know, the invite might get delayed since most of our maintainers are busy.

Only after you've received and accepted the invitation, we can assign issues. Until that, feel free to explore coala.

Ruturaj Mohite
@gr455
@Shiva-sankaran Did you forget to commit the changes?
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
Hey first of all sorry about this i thoughti will go slow so i did i will do my first contribution without involving git commands. now i tried the git commit -m "<my commit body>" and it says nothing to commit everything is up to date
Now i learned some basics git but this PR i completely did in the browser inside my forked one so its very confusing what i should do
is there any way to force push in the browser without the terminal.
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
now i tried git merge and it supposeldy merged with my forked copy. maybe i will close PR and start again
Amol Grover
@frextrite
@Shiva-sankaran can you mention the PR link here? We'll try to help you.
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
@frextrite its the one you reviewed (coala/projects#772)
the problem is there some difference between making a commit in forked repo and PR using github.com and editing thereafter the commit body still inside github.com && if i do all these stuff inside terminal ( i just found out it is much easier using terminal)
i know this is very basic so i am sorry for this mess
Amol Grover
@frextrite
@Shiva-sankaran No issues, we are all learning ;) And yes using the terminal is much easier than using the web interface. Here's what you can do:
  1. Clone your fork git clone https://github.com/Shiva-sankaran/projects.git
  2. Switch to your branch with the changes git checkout Gsoc_link_fix
  3. Make changes to the commit message, git commit --amend and save
  4. Force push the changes git push origin Gsoc_link_fix --force
    Your PR will be automatically updated.
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
HEY!!!! Thanks so much
i did every thing same but didnt use --amend so it said nothing to commit
now i get amend edits the last commit message and then u force push it ri8??
Thanks once again i spent hours on this and you solved in a second
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
just to let u know: i already changed the link in my forked(when i intially forked ) one so after cloning i didnt change anything in the code just edited my last commit and force pushed <this is just for verification to know if i messed something up again>
btw the CI error is still there
Lukas Heumos
@Zethson

coala/coala-bears#2969

Does anybody have any idea?

Amol Grover
@frextrite
@Shiva-sankaran Glad it worked out! :tada: And don't worry about Travis errors, it is mostly unrelated to your changes. However, I just went through your commit, and it is now missing the Closes #<issue number> line...
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
@frextrite Done
hey a quick doubt it seems like the commit body in the web has no connection with the commit body i am pushing from terminal
Amol Grover
@frextrite
As in? The commit body must be same wherever you view it. The PR body may differ, it has no connection with the commit.
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
ohhh i though the PR body was called commit i never checked the commits tab in the webpage ;) i just now checked the commits tab. so is it not possible to edit a commit in web??.
Shiva-sankaran
@Shiva-sankaran
if i would have checked that before then you would not have wasted your time with me i guess ;)
Amol Grover
@frextrite

so is it not possible to edit a commit in web??.

I think it is not.

if i would have checked that before then you would not have wasted your time with me i guess ;)

It's not much of an issue, as eventually, you learned something from it ;)

aasifkhan7
@aasifkhan7
Hi. I've applied for access request on coala gitlab newcomers for over a month now. I've still not gotten access. Can someone please tell me how to proceed further with this?
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Approved all requests on gitlab
aasifkhan7
@aasifkhan7
@abhishalya thanks.
Gongyu Deng
@MrHate
Hello World
corobo-abhishalya
@corobo-abhishalya

Welcome @MrHate! :tada:

To get started, please follow our newcomers guide. The guide might tell you that corobo's command will get you an invite, but it won't, I'm not corobo (he's my father and he's too tired to work atm).

The alternative is to request access to gitlab instead. A developer or maintainer will then soon invite you to the organization. But just to let you know, the invite might get delayed since most of our maintainers are busy.

Only after you've received and accepted the invitation, we can assign issues. Until that, feel free to explore coala.