+[2020-07-17T16:31:32Z]cosTrying to figure out the minimal set of scopes required for personal access tokens to do certain things. +[2020-07-17T16:31:57Z]cosLooking at https://developer.github.com/apps/building-oauth-apps/understanding-scopes-for-oauth-apps/ but it isn't specific enough about some things, or doesn't have all the right terms to be searchable. +[2020-07-17T16:32:20Z]cosAnyone know, for example, what is the minimal scope to allow a release to be created? To allow assets to be uploaded to a release? +[2020-07-17T16:32:48Z]cosAlso, what is the minimum scope needed to be able to read pull requests and their comments? +[2020-07-17T16:34:15Z]cosI guess 'repo' will allow all of the above, and nothing less than 'repo' will suffice for any of the above, but it's not clear.
I guess 'repo' will allow all of the above, and nothing less than 'repo' will suffice for any of the above, but it's not clear.
+[2020-07-18T12:15:02Z]rawtazhi. im looking at https://github.com/flussonic/eximap and it says "This branch is even with khodzha:master" (khodzha:master being the upstream). but looking at https://github.com/flussonic/eximap/network i dont even see the khodzha repository, why is that? +[2020-07-18T14:14:35Z]rawtazlol, this channel is always completely dead when im here +[2020-07-18T16:53:21Z]sgt_chucklesi created a new repo in github, and CI-CD'd to gitlab. My new branch doesn't show in gitlab. +[2020-07-18T16:53:29Z]sgt_chucklesidky +[2020-07-18T16:53:35Z]sgt_chuckleshow do i pull updates from an imported repo in gitlab