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Re: Org and Hyperbole

From: Samuel Wales
Subject: Re: Org and Hyperbole
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2022 14:38:54 -0700

thank you.  that helps me understand.

i probably won't be asking them a q, if i have to sign up and set up a
non-free js in debian or firefox-esr [?].  embark looks interesting

On 7/1/22, Ihor Radchenko <yantar92@gmail.com> wrote:
> Samuel Wales <samologist@gmail.com> writes:
>> thanks!  i was aware that it was developed on github, but i do not
>> know anything about github, and didn't kow if there was a maliing list
>> in addition.  or are projects given their own mailing lists when they
>> are formed on github?  or is there an email bidir interface to github?
>>  or is pretty much absolutely everything for such projects done on
>> gh's website and you hae to have an account to ask a q?  i might be
>> asking too much of gh :).
> Github is not very FSF-friendly. AFAIK, you must have an account to
> participate in the discussions. In order to make an account, you also
> need to run a non-Free JS.
> To post a question, you usually have to open an "issue" on the website.
> Though you can leverage Magit to do it for you without browser.
> (https://magit.vc/manual/forge/)
> Tracking new "issues" is somewhat easier - you can make Github send
> emails to you and you can reply to those emails normally - the replies
> will show up as "comments" in Github page.
> Also, once you created an issue, you can reply by email if you
> configured Github to send you email updated.
> Best,
> Ihor

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