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I should just quit. I am not paid enough to deal with this pissing contest.
Need to add instructions (on readme) for installing pnmp, or if possible, have the top-level npm i install it (lol).
Also, it looks like we are no longer using lerna? If that's right, let's remove the dependency; its dependencies give some security audit messages at install.
it's good enough for now. Added a new ticket to resolve package manager confusions. (Migrate to pnpm workspaces)
I will probably be responsible for automating deployment of this (I deployed the webapp on cloudflare pages and there is no work that needs to be done. "automating deployment" literally means replacing npm with pnpm). I disagree that it's good enough for now.
Imagine all readmes on github document how to install yarn/pnpm.
If you think an OOP static site developer can't handle modern JS framework, you are probably right.2
I've been working as a programmer for 16 years now, and would say I'm not inexperienced, so it's frustrating to feel like a noob after months at a new company when they have poor internal documentation, hundreds of repos with default readme, pretty much no use of docker, sub standard equipment and use their own weird software for deployment. It's hard to meet expectations under these conditions.4
No, a 33 Page README is not the better choice.
Not for reading.
Not for writing.
Compared to a /Documentation/ folder
+ good overviews / links5
Was looking through some repositories and found this in a 2y old PR, the only PR there is and ever was in the repo..
> Best wishes for the Wednesday launch.
Steve never got an answer (on the PR at least) .. but the README links to his fork now (and no other changes have been done) .. why not just accept the PR or at least close it..7
Made my first open source contribution today. 6 months into my degree. It was just editing a README with a proper description of the game that was created but good practice to get more familiar with the flow and usage of everything in Github.2
I was temporarily involved in one project. During the handout I made sure to write a rather comprehensive readme file. Yesterday I got a message from the client asking about basically the first thing written in the readme :")3
So I thought there might be some people here
that care about formatting and would enjoy this:
*Or people that just want to improve*
*their README / documetation I guess~*4
> Make a small PR
- Added missing license text
- Cleaned up the tiny README
> @ the author, they don't have
any other way of contacting them
> Wait more, month+
> Denied, no explanation
> Be pissed, head over to devrant13
There's a special place in hell for repo owners who show only the yarn option of installing in the README.3
If one was to acquire devRant, what would the pricetag be?
And what would you change about devRant?12
I don't understand people that say
'I like the current format of the readme more'
This was the PR: