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Ajman, United Arab Emirates

https://humaidq.ae

A Computer Science student.

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Re: builds: Collapsed tasks in web ui auto-open again? 4 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hello,

On Wed, 29 Apr 2020 11:27:45 +0200
Matthias Beyer <mail@beyermatthias.de> wrote:
> When I close a pane that contains output from a build task, it
> shortly after I close it pops open again.

That happens while the build is in progress, as the page auto-refreshes.
A fix for this would require some JavaScript to fetch updated tasks.


-- 
Humaid AlQassimi
https://humaidq.ae

Neat Note v0.3.3 fixes a serious vulnerability 7 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~humaid/general

A new version of Neat Note has been released which fixes a
vulnerability which allows the login code to be brute-forced easily.

Please update ASAP.

If you are aware of any other security issues, please contact me
privately.
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Humaid AlQassimi
https://humaidq.ae

Re: Mail Encryption Non Functional? 8 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hello!

I believe encrypted emails are sent from meta.sr.ht, so things like
invoices would be encrypted, and not emails from mailing lists and
issue trackers.

Kind regards,
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Humaid AlQassimi
https://humaidq.ae

Re: Introduction and Openring 10 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/free-writers-club

Hey Anjandev,

Glad you like it. An RSS link is now on the page.

Thank you.

Kind regards,
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Humaid AlQassimi
https://humaidq.ae

Introduction and Openring 10 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/free-writers-club

Hello everyone!

My name is Humaid and I'm currently a Computer Science student doing my
third year in Edinburgh, but I'm originally from the UAE.

I had a personal website for a really long time, but I never had an
active blog. Drew inspired me to be an active blogger, and now I have a
few articles on my website. My latest article is my review on
System76's Kudu laptop: https://humaidq.ae/blog/kudu-two-year/

After visiting a few blogs I found from the list archives, I have seen
only a few with openring[1]. I would like to see more websites using
openring and linking to other blogs which they follow, I already
discovered a couple nice articles through openring, and linked a couple

Re: [skip ci] support 10 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hello,

> > Several build services parse commit messages containing "[skip
> > ci]"
> > as a way to not start a build after push. Is there any interest in
> > having this added to scm.sr.ht?  
> 
> While I can understand the need for such a feature, it seems weird to
> encode this in a commit message, doesn't it?  Maybe it's the only way?

I have seen people submitting additional information with push before,
I believe it was the '--push-option/-o' option, which runs a hook
'hooks/{pre,post}-receive'.

Re: [Discussion]: Note taking service 10 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

> The issue of updating notes from a phone remains, however.

Maybe try Termux[1], never really used it to work on a project from a
phone but I have used git and built some projects with it. I am
assuming you use Android.

[1]: https://termux.com/

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Humaid AlQassimi
https://humaidq.ae

Re: [Discussion]: Note taking service 10 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hello Kunal,

> We both currently use git (on sourcehut !) for notes, but honestly,
> git is too general (and cumbersome) to fit our needs; and so we were
> wondering how other people manage their notes between multiple
> devices.

I am currently working on a university project consisting of 6 members,
and we all take notes and work on the same documents with Git. We made
our own Wiki (for note taking, and basic documentation) written in
Markdown and the documents were written in LaTeX. It is hosted on
GitLab for convenience, but we could migrate our wiki to
https://man.sr.ht with no hassle.

Welcome to the patches list! 1 year, 5 months ago

From Humaid AlQassimi to ~humaid/patches

Welcome to the patches mailing list!

This is where I will be accepting patches to
my public projects found on https://humaidq.ae/projects.

Contribution guide will be posted on:
https://humaidq.ae/projects/contribution

Have a wonderful day!

- Humaid