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Jan 2 2024
Code change merged, thanks for the task :)
Good idea to have chosen the same size, that will give a more coherent look.
I have made the correction and made the button size, same as the the other button "Report an issue". or is a bigger size required
Jan 1 2024
Thanks it worked.
Is it alright? or does it need corrections?
Dec 31 2023
Thanks for the contribution.
Dec 30 2023
Sorry for late response;
I am getting the attached error when I am running arc diff followed by arc diff --trace.
Can't figure out if I should use git push or something else, I am referencing https://agora.nasqueron.org/How_to_contribute_code. I have searched on google but can't find the solution.
Please guide me.
Oct 16 2023
Sep 21 2023
We can chat for this task on IRC if you wish, please ping me on Libera, dereckson my username, and I can show you how the Python code currently works, and how to leverage that for the terminal.
Code merged, thanks for the contribution :)
Hey, I would love to work on this issue but am confused could you help me understand the issue a bit more please.
Sep 20 2023
The source code is on rDOCKERWWW repository.
Sep 12 2023
Can I take up this issue. Reading the above I understand that that we have to create a button using html/CSS which will point to the link https://devcentral.nasqueron.org/tag/docker_images/. But at which place exactly the button will be kept? This is the first time I am contributing to open source. If am wrong please correct me. Also can you please point out the recources required for the task.
Sep 10 2023
Thanks @dereckson! I cloned, made some changes locally, and then ran the arc diff command after committing them to a new branch. I tried opening the differentials page but couldn't find anything specific to my changes there. Can you let me know how do I have to get them reviewed?
There is a guide / mémento available at https://agora.nasqueron.org/How_to_contribute_code - it explains how to clone the repository and send the code to review, the equivalent of pull request.
I want to work on this issue. I have worked with Rust before, and it seems like a good place to start contributing to Nasqueron.
This is my first time on Devcentral (I have previously worked on GitHub only). So, can anyone also link me to a beginner's guide so that I can figure out how to see the project's source code and set it up locally?
Jun 22 2023
Feu vert / green light for this task
May 29 2023
Libera accepts connections in IPv4 and with SASL we can connect from Scaleway network.
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Flood is so high nowadays that we can need systematically to use | grep -v sshd.
Mar 27 2023
get-containers-list is superseded by D2934
Mar 7 2023
Zemke-Rhyne is now decommissioned, as all secrets have been migrated to Vault.
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