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Starbeamrainbowlabs
@sbrl
Sounds good @MasterOdin!
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1

I've just noticed that the contributors badge in the README of the main repo is not correct.

It says 1900 however the number listed by Github is 1704 (as of now)

Any reason for this, only thing I can think of is 2 contributor emails being used

Starbeamrainbowlabs
@sbrl
hmmmm
that's odd
how does GitHub calculate that metric?
4 replies
Seth
@sethi:one.ems.host
[m]
I assume it's fine if I submit a PR with a bulk edit to remove spaces before the colon?
Just checking since I assume for English, they're just mistakes.
But I see a lot of them are on the French pages, so not sure if I should be conscious of the language before applying the change. (i.e. if in certain languages the space is required)
waldyrious
@waldyrious:matrix.org
[m]
I know that they are deliberate in French. Not sure about other languages. I'd assume that if it's inconsistently used, and less common than the no-space variant, it might be a mistake.
Axel Navarro
@navarroaxel
Axel Navarro
@navarroaxel
Oh, this proposal have 3 likes already tldr-pages/tldr#7744
philip
@philip5530_twitter

Hello. My name is Philip. I just got my hands on tldr recently, and it colors conflicts with my current theme. I want to open an issues, but I saw many previous similar ones talking about client (node, python, ...), and I am not sure which one am I using.

fyi, I use windows subsystem for linux, Ubutu specifically, and I install tldr through sudo apt install tldr. So I am not sure what client am I using and what should I do about this color theme thing

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lincc
@blueskyson
tldr is about to reach 10000th commit. Is there anything we can do for celebration?
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
We can create an issue with congratulations :smile:
And celebrate it
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
:pizza:
sethi
@sethi:one.ems.host
[m]
Excuse the PR spam, just putting through some random stuff I did while I was on a flight with no internet and nothing else to do. ^-^'
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
Hi everyone, could anyone give there feedback here tldr-pages/tldr#7902
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
What does anyone think of the idea of enforcing members of TLDR to have 2FA.
Some of our collaborators do not have 2FA and GitHub gives the option of requiring it.
I have no strong opinions on it and if we think its unnecessary then no problem.
It seems unreasonable to have the repo with nearly 40k stars without 2FA.
Starbeamrainbowlabs
@sbrl
2FA is absolutely important, yeah
As you say, we don't currently require it
but I do try to send reminders to people every now and then :-)
Axel Navarro
@navarroaxel
could please help here? tldr-pages/tldr#7806
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
https://github.com/tldr-pages/tldr/actions/runs/2055041137 we have an issue regarding the tldr-bot and has been 3 hours and still exists
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
Updating black seems to be the fix. I'll make a PR.
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
Starbeamrainbowlabs
@sbrl
Merged! :D
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
tldr-pages/tldr#7441 is it going to be reviewed? :)
sethi
@sethi:one.ems.host
[m]

There's actually 2 suggestions on one of my PRs.
Would anyone care to drop their opinion on both (other than the people that made the original suggestion) just to have a 3rd opinion?

If someone else agrees, I'll just go with it and commit the suggestion.

tldr-pages/tldr#7920

Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
I think native speakers should write their opinion
sethi
@sethi:one.ems.host
[m]
For what it's worth, I'm native. ^-^'
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
And I am not🌚
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1

I just claimed this https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tldr-git and updated it but can't understand why it even points to https://github.com/tldr-pages/tldr-cpp-client which is a redirect.

From t he commits on the repo I can see that there once was C++ but now C. What prompted the change?

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CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
Following this issue tldr-pages/tldr#7954 , there seems to be an issue regarding homebrew installation. Is there any possibility that we can maybe hide the repo or update the file, since some Mac users are choosing to install a now broken client from what I can tell.
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CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
tldr-pages/tldr#7974 I'd like a review on this.
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg

Hello! Let's decide what syntax we prefer:

  • command_name {{path/to/directory{1,2,...}}} # syntax highlighting is broken for this one in the official Python client
  • command_name {{path/to/directory1 path/to/directory2 ...}} # may be very long
  • command_name {{path/to/directory1 ...}}

Personally I don't want to stick to brace expansion syntax because not all shells support it.

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258204
@258204

Hello! Let's decide what syntax we prefer:

  • command_name {{path/to/directory{1,2,...}}} # syntax highlighting is broken for this one in the official Python client
  • command_name {{path/to/directory1 path/to/directory2 ...}} # may be very long
  • command_name {{path/to/directory1 ...}}

Personally I don't want to stick to brace expansion syntax because not all shells support it.

The second option is specified in the contributing guide. The python client isn't broken.
https://github.com/tldr-pages/tldr/blob/main/contributing-guides/style-guide.md#special-cases

258204
@258204
I mean, the syntax highlighting isn't broken for it in the official python client, it's not proper syntax.
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
Thanks :heart:
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1

Regarding the two factor authentication message I left above, I have message the collaborators who didn't have 2FA enabled and with some success I have managed to remove 3 people off of the list.

Could we enable it, then immediately invite anyone who is affected by the change, most of which haven't committed anything in at least 6 months.
From my understanding, the users will be given an email notice about being removed, then if we send the invites again they will require having 2FA before rejoining, then no damage is done and no-one is lost from the project since they have an invite regardless.

Is there any reason not to do this change?

Links for anyone who has access:

https://github.com/orgs/tldr-pages/outside-collaborators?query=two-factor%3Adisabled
https://github.com/organizations/tldr-pages/settings/security

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CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1

Hi everyone,

I am going to take a small break from TLDR since I have been getting a little burnt out, primarily because of the repetitive nature.
I still plan on contributing, however I won't be doing as much as I currently do, which is still not what I used to do anyway. Regardless, still ping me whenever you need another opinion and I may get back.

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waldyrious
@waldyrious:matrix.org
[m]
Have a good rest, @CleanMachine1! I'm thinking that we need to incorporate this notion of breaks more explicitly into our governance guidelines.
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waldyrious
@waldyrious:matrix.org
[m]
@blueskyson: I believe that one may be dependent on me. I am not sure when I'll have the bandwidth to take another look, but in any case, that isn't a critical issue, so IMO it can wait until CleanMachine1 is rested.
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CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
I have marked it as a draft for now. I'll open when I am fully back
CleanMachine1
@CleanMachine1
Had a little bit of time to make a few PRs, feel free to review but I may take a few days, probably be best to mark as a draft
Muhammad Falak R Wani
@mfrw
Hello folks, i think we should invite Emily as a maintainer. Thoughts ?
8 replies
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
Hi! What about to review this PRs? ;)
2 replies
sethi
@sethi:one.ems.host
[m]
@EmilySeville7cfg: Nice job btw, I think the rational for your PRs is quite nice.
Emily Grace Seville
@EmilySeville7cfg
Thanks :smile_cat:
marchersimon
@marchersimon
Hey there! :wave:
Hope everyone's doing well. I think I should be able to slowly come back to tldr now. Since I probably missed quite a bit of important changes and still don't have a lot of time I'd like to focus on submitting new pages for now.
sethi
@sethi:one.ems.host
[m]

hubsmoke/bro@679b675

3 months ago, an edit was made to bro pages and the repo was archived.
Just a heads-up in case people here didn't know yet as we have an open issue related to it and it's mentioned on our README under related projects.

Also dropping a note here:
tldr-pages/tldr#266