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Emily Horsman emilyhorsman Hamilton / San Francisco https://emilyhorsman.com Front-end engineer at the blue thing.

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A software community tracker to highlight projects with a Code of Conduct and underrepresented authors/contributors.

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A Hugo theme w/ Go Templates

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Personal website written with Wagtail

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Telemetry simplifies data consumption for fleets of Arduino-compatible microcontrollers.

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Passes incoming requests to locally running development servers

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Solutions to https://cryptopals.com/

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Let's learn about bézier curves and stuff

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issue commentwagtail/wagtail-review

New update of Django v3 and Wagtail v2.8 is not supported

the code has been updated on May 12 to support the new change of deprecated imports I am using wagtail-review version 0.1.1 is there any new version supporting that pull request? where I can find the history of releases? I would like to work on wagtail-review and fix the updates to support the new versions of Django and Wagtail

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Make lat/long testable

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GitHub repository for the SecureDrop whistleblower platform. Do not submit tips here!

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issue commentwagtail/wagtail.io

Links within blog posts aren't clickable - Mobile only

Fix: we need to add pointer-events: none to .blog-listing__link when body doesn’t have sidebar-open on the mobile breakpoint

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issue openedwagtail/wagtail.io

Links within blog posts aren't clickable - Mobile only

Issue: When browsing https://wagtail.io/blog/documentation-sprint-2021/ on mobile, the link to the sprint form isn't clickable.

Reason: The mobile blog index menu is overlaying the article, meaning you click items in this instead of the blog article

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Add a RichTextBlockFactory

Any update for this?

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multilingual games

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issue openeddancerfly/django-brambling

Race condition on signup causes 500 error

It looks like users can trigger a race condition on signup - probably by double-clicking the button - which causes an IntegrityError due to a duplicate email address. We already check for duplicate emails during form validation; however, we need to also handle the potential IntegrityError during form save.

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issue commentBSA-US/world-of-jackson

Solidify Yarn as the package manager

Sorry to drive-by (no offense with the :-1:) but my hot-take is that missing lockfiles hurt newcomers to a project (fresh installs), whereas challenges of present lockfiles are encountered by experienced contributors (rebasing, merging). I'd humbly suggest first timer experience be prioritized as a dev philosophy :)

Alternatively, if decide to gitignore, would suggest adding a postinstall (or githook via husky) to delete lockfiles each time for everyone, so experienced folks are hitting any pain new ppl would. (I'm guessing the practice will seem less fun after awhile of trying that tbh)

Anyhow, y'all are awesome regardless

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issue commentBSA-US/dual-power-app

Serverless function to retrieve Project

Ah, good call on the accessibility!

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issue commentBSA-US/world-of-jackson

Solidify Yarn as the package manager

that's an interesting idea - since Yarn autogenerates the lockfile (unless you run it as yarn install --pure-lockfile), we would likely need to add yarn.lock to the .gitignore - so effectively everyone would have their own lockfile but it would never go to the repo - I'm up for this if we get at least 3 or 4 more devs to agree

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issue commentBSA-US/world-of-jackson

Rename `master` to `prod`

+1. Would it make sense to rename the master branch to main (instead of prod), to match where GitHub itself is moving?

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issue commentBSA-US/world-of-jackson

Solidify Yarn as the package manager

+1 to picking just one. I do want to ask - would the team consider not using a .lock file at all? I completely understand the arguments for using it. But in the dozens of projects that I've worked on that used it, it's honestly caused more developer confusion and heart-ache than the problems it fixed or prevented.

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issue commentBSA-US/dual-power-app

Serverless function to retrieve Project

I agree that this might be a bit overkilll. I like Alex's screenshot idea, although it's not accessible. But perhaps just a link to the projects roadmap page, or a bit more fancy: an iframe with it embedded in the page, would be sufficient.

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issue commentBSA-US/dual-power-app

Serverless function to retrieve Project

What is the purpose of this exactly? Is a detailed, developer-oriented roadmap really needed on a user-facing page? Would a simple overview of the roadmap (or even just a screenshot) be enough?

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