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Re^2: approximating geological problems with highway data

by hippo (Bishop)
on Jan 25, 2023 at 23:36 UTC ( [id://11149881]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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Gitlab says "You need to sign in or sign up before continuing."

If that's in reference to https://gitlab.com/perlmonks/betelgeuse/-/blob/main/2.millcreek.pl then don't worry about it. I have signed in to gitlab and that script is a 404 anyway. In fact it seems that even the perlmonks user is 404.


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Re^3: approximating geological problems with highway data
by Aldebaran (Curate) on Jan 26, 2023 at 23:13 UTC
    If that's in reference to https://gitlab.com/perlmonks/betelgeuse/-/blob/main/2.millcreek.pl then don't worry about it. I have signed in to gitlab and that script is a 404 anyway. In fact it seems that even the perlmonks user is 404.

    I thought I was riding off into the sunset as a successful gitlab user. Not so fast...

    All of my visibility is private. I find myself unable to select anything other than private. I wondered whether I am the owner, and I am. I see this but do not understand it:

    Change Project visibility to either Private, Internal, or Public. The visibility setting for a project must be at least as restrictive as the visibility of its parent group.

    I also have to wonder out loud if this is when the hosting must not be gratis, but I don't find evidence for needing to find some bursar now, so I'm kind of just stuck. (?)

      If you have gone private, that would explain things (except for why you have posted a public link in this thread to a private repo, of course).

      All of my visibility is private. I find myself unable to select anything other than private.

      The fact that the "perlmonks" user/group/whatever is itself private means that everything underneath it must also be private. Start at the top and work your way down, making everything public as you go.


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        The fact that the "perlmonks" user/group/whatever is itself private means that everything underneath it must also be private. Start at the top and work your way down, making everything public as you go.

        Ok, perlmonks was my first try, so it was a lot of tries ago. Changing that to public allowed me to change betelgeuse to public, I think:

        Project 'betelgeuse' was successfully updated.

        Did I get there...is this now public?

        Gruss aus Amiland,

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