[SciPy-Dev] RSS feeds for pull requests
Mon Oct 3 18:22:06 CDT 2011
On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 6:12 PM, Pauli Virtanen <email@example.com> wrote:
> It seems that a part of the nitty-gritty development discussions has
> moved to the Github pull requests. Keeping tabs on these is not
> completely easy, since (i) AFAIK only the people listed as "repository
> owners" get email notifications of new PRs, and (ii) also they do not
> get notifications of changes unless they say something in the discussion.
I'm not sure this is relevant, but it sounds like it:
At the bottom of a pull request there is this:
Notifications for new comments on this Pull Request are *off*. Enable
notifications for this Pull
Does anyone know what that link does?
Here's one work-around to the situation: RSS feeds for everything that's
> going on in the pull requests. Github doesn't itself seem to offer this
> -- at least I didn't manage to find it -- but at least it was fairly
> simple  to patch it together.
> All chatter:
> Only new pull requests:
> They don't update in real time, and I'm not sure how useful these turn
> out to be in reality, but there it goes.
>  https://github.com/pv/github-pull-request-rss
> Pauli Virtanen
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