"we don't know too many developers who would refuse an extended luncheon"
Surely it depends on who's paying.
Big sack o' source GitHub is having a hellish week as the Microsoft tentacle suffered wobbles aplenty even as it tipped the scorn bucket over the emissions of the US administration. Having fallen over in dramatic style on 21 April, seen its notifications totter on 22 April, and had trouble with Actions Workflows in the small …
> I noticed when I tried to create a PR
PR = pull request?
I am not and never was a Github user but isn't pull request their fancyspeak for "merging two (and exactly two) branches together"?
Serious question: why couldn't you just go "git merge the-other-branch"? If I understand your situation correctly, that's what I would have done in my environment, which is supported by, but not dependent on, two code forges (Gitlab and Gitea).
Interested under what circumstances an upstream repo being down would cause the show to stop.
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