Require approval from all owners before deleting repo
I have multiple owners in my public GitHub repo. From the docs it appears that any individual owner can go rogue and delete the entire repo from existence. I'd like to prevent that from happening.
Is there any way to set up Git permissions such that deleting the repo requires the approval of ALL owners? Or have I misread the docs and that's actually how it is already?
Making myself the sole owner is not a viable solution, as I want to prevent myself (or an unauthorized user of my account) from having this power, too.
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fatal: Unable to read current working directory: No such file or directory
I'm a Windows 10 user, using gitbash as a command prompt.
After I changed the branch to
master, suddenly I'm struck with this error message.
REDMOND+ahkim@ahkim-1211 MINGW64 /c/git/src/SI_leadscore/SalesIntelligence/LeadScore/Model (aerin/LeadOptimizerModel) $ git checkout master Switched to a new branch 'master' Branch 'master' set up to track remote branch 'master' from 'origin'. REDMOND+ahkim@ahkim-1211 MINGW64 /c/git/src/SI_leadscore/SalesIntelligence/LeadScore/Model $ git checkout LeadOptimizerModel fatal: Unable to read current working directory: No such file or directory REDMOND+ahkim@ahkim-1211 MINGW64 /c/git/src/SI_leadscore/SalesIntelligence/LeadScore/Model $ git branch fatal: Unable to read current working directory: No such file or directory REDMOND+ahkim@ahkim-1211 MINGW64 /c/git/src/SI_leadscore/SalesIntelligence/LeadScore/Model $ git status fatal: Unable to read current working directory: No such file or directory
git checkout, git branch, git status, etc. None of them works! Please help!
No remote for the current branch - GIT
- Can someone explain me what remote means here? What does No remote for the current branch means?
- I am trying to merge my changes to my code in GIT and i get this message. What does it mean?
- Also what remote here means?
Can I go back once I have merged a branch to the master on Github?
I have gone through great difficulties with my first commit to the main project. Mainly because I did all the changes onto a downloaded code and not the cloned from master code. So eventually what worked for me was creating a local branch from the masters remote branch and then copy paste the changed code.
But that resulted in a rather messed up view once I try to compare the two. Since it shows everything as deleted and added.
So my question is: Once I merge my branch with the master at Github and for some reason it doesnt work out well, is there a way to go back to master prior my merge (without big difficulties)
Why can't push large file into my github wit git-lfs?
cd /tmp/back ls -al total 145636 drwxr-xr-x 2 xxx xxx 4096 Jan 17 11:04 . drwxrwxrwt 18 root root 4096 Jan 17 10:44 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 45 Jan 16 18:40 imitation.tar.gz -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 146996064 Jan 16 18:40 wp.bak.tar.gz -rw-r--r-- 1 xxx xxx 2114053 Jan 16 18:40 wp.sql.bak.tar.gz
wp.bak.tar.gz is 140M ,a large file.
Now i want to push all the file in /tmp/back into my github.
curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/github/git-lfs/script.deb.sh | sudo bash
sudo apt-get install git-lfs
git lfs install
2.push all files in /tmp/back
cd /tmp/back git init git lfs track ./wp.bak.tar.gz git add .gitattributes git add * git commit -m "Add large file" git remote add origin https://github.com/xxxx/yyyy.git git push origin master I encounter an errer: remote: error: GH001: Large files detected. You may want to try Git Large File Storage - https://git-lfs.github.com. remote: error: Trace: 751fb70b058bd398791f7a04ba313ea5 remote: error: See http://git.io/iEPt8g for more information. remote: error: File wp.bak.tar.gz is 140.19 MB; this exceeds GitHub's file size limit of 100.00 MB To https://github.com/xxxx/yyyy.git ! [remote rejected] master -> master (pre-receive hook declined) error: failed to push some refs to 'https://github.com/xxxx/yyyy.git'
Open source daily user map feature
I am currently trying to add a small feature to a website I own that gets every user that visits the site per day's location and pins it on a map for that day. Ideally the way I would think it through is to display a zoomed out version of the United States and put a pin on the map with the location of all of the IP addresses that use the app that day. Before I went about building this feature, I wanted to know if there were any open source implementations of this feature or if it could be done more easily through a google maps feature.