Tomas
@viktomas
@Redsandro this looks like the responsible code would you mind creating an issue or MR to add there more information about what should user do when Gitter doesn't have enough permissions?
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Hi. I'm trying to create a room for my project, however the address field becomes red and I cannot click "Create"
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Why?
Tomas
@viktomas
@psprint There is most likely a conflict between the name you've chosen and existing GitHub org or user. We have fix for that waiting to be deployed in a pipeline gitlab-org/gitter/webapp!1735
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
@viktomas The conflict would be weird, as I'm the owner of the project (my github org zdharma is)
tne project is zinit
Tomas
@viktomas
@psprint The information that you are member of zdharma is not public, so you have to give Gitter access to the more detailed OAuth scopes https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/blob/develop/docs/faq.md#why-isnt-my-github-organisation-or-repos-appearing
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
@viktomas I
I've gave a few grants and I can see the repository in the project-selection dialog
Tomas
@viktomas
@psprint ok, you did everything right in that regard.. so the issue is when you are trying to create a room? What community you are creating the room in?
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
@viktomas the community name is: zinit
Tomas
@viktomas
I'm afraid that it's in conflict with https://github.com/zinit
@psprint could you create a community zdharma and a room zinit?
the resulting URL path is going to be same as GitHub repo URL path zdharma/zinit
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
ahso, I see, so that's the difference between community and a room, got it!
but I could have a zinit community just for the project if not the conflict?
Tomas
@viktomas
yes, but you would still need to create rooms inside (e.g. zinit/feature-requests zinit/team and so on). Community is like a namespace for rooms :)
@psprint Docs: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/blob/develop/docs/communities.md#communities, it can be also useful for managing admin rights to all rooms within
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
ahso. I've indeed had a zplugin/Lobby community/room before renaming the repo from zplugin to zinit, so it appears to be not a loss
or is the Lobby room an "implicit" one, skipped from the room name?
Tomas
@viktomas
@psprint Lobby used to be the name for default room that's created when you create a community
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Ahso. I wonder how pure or mkdocs-material can appear without the owning organization/community ? So did zplugin
Tomas
@viktomas

@psprint

I've indeed had a zplugin/Lobby community/room before renaming the repo from zplugin to zinit, so it appears to be not a loss

We can rename the original room for you if you'd like to keep the history. Please look at https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/blob/develop/docs/faq.md#what-happens-if-i-rename-something-on-github-org-repo

Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
thanks!
how pure can appear as single word without a namespace?
I've sent the rename request :)
Sander Steenhuis
@Redsandro
The endpoint that provides the "actions" integration, is it protected by authentication for private rooms, or is it always publicly available somewhere when you know the id?
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods
@Redsandro If you know the webhook URL, you can send events for the private room. You can track this issue for adding a secret key, gitlab-org/gitter/services#105

:point_up: January 23, 2020 9:43 AM @psprint If you use the Lobby or Community room name, it will use only the community as the room display name, https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/blob/7987317f3156b4c183655a7a73c5b8d1e1f0fa84/public/js/vue/left-menu/components/lib/parse-item-for-template.js#L32-33

Those are the "implicit" default room names when you create a community

mister wombat
@thuhoom_twitter
have a quick question, how many gitter chatrooms can one person make for their organization?
wait nevermind it looks like its boundless?!?
hhaha amazing!
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods
@thuhoom_twitter Yep, there are no limits
Nash
@anonymouXnash
how can i use enter(as in enter new line when typing) without actually sending the message
and how can i use CLI like this in dark mode
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods
@anonymouXnash I'm not sure what you mean by the second question. Can you restate it another way?
Jérémie C. Wenger
@jchwenger
@pksunkara I am new to Gitter, and I mistakenly added people thinking those were rooms. When I type \leave in those contexts it simply adds a message saying "\leave", and I cannot find any option to leave the room. That also does not appear when I click on settings. I also could not find any docs on this, thanks for any help!
Marko Shiva Pavlovic
@MarkoShiva
getting "This site can’t be reached" in desktop client of gitter :(
Marko Shiva Pavlovic
@MarkoShiva
I will reinstall
Marko Shiva Pavlovic
@MarkoShiva
again getting the error with default version of gitter available on archlinux
Fontconfig error: Cannot load config file from /etc/fonts/fonts.conf
[4111737:4111768:0127/012003.244192:ERROR:web_database_backend.cc(113)] Cannot initialize the web database: 2
[4111737:4111737:0127/012003.322321:FATAL:platform_font_linux.cc(83)] Check failed: InitDefaultFont(). Could not find the default font
#0 0x7f3c9473fc3c <unknown>
so the flatpak package is broken. And Arch don't have a easy way of deploying new version of gitter from git.
Marko Shiva Pavlovic
@MarkoShiva
Can someone tell me is it possible to build a gitter from gitlab project sources that will have gitter.im as a server and use the same simple oauth way to login and auth.
Marko Shiva Pavlovic
@MarkoShiva
We live in the world that is most probably a discrete finite state machine -- finite automata. But you with development based on npm and not merging certain important branches are working well on incorporation of non-discrete finite state machine. The app just breaks. :D
When I think better about that its actually probably discrete state machine just its output is segfault in any configuration. But app do not working and breaking at the same line is actually finite and actually same state. :?
anyway will try to see if I can package the gitter-git into arch package.
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods
:point_up: January 26, 2020 6:27 PM @MarkoShiva If you build the development version, it will use gitter.im, https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/desktop/#running-the-development-version
:point_up: January 26, 2020 6:21 PM @MarkoShiva For the font issue in the desktop app, you can track gitlab-org/gitter/desktop#281