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Column for Wiki's #2436

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DevAndArtist opened this issue Nov 13, 2018 · 2 comments
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Column for Wiki's #2436

DevAndArtist opened this issue Nov 13, 2018 · 2 comments

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@DevAndArtist
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@DevAndArtist DevAndArtist commented Nov 13, 2018

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
It would be great if we could have a read-only (or even read-write?) section for Wiki's in the app.

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The app currently has four columns (Overview, Issues, Pull Requests, Code) while there can be more. #318 suggests to add support for Projects, which I also would like to see to happen at some point. Moving around / creating tickets in projects would significantly boost the workflow with the app. Other than that there is another column missing for Wiki's. Some repositories tend to off-load their documentations into the Wiki repo. Currently these sub-repositories are not accessible from within the app.

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@rnystrom rnystrom commented Nov 13, 2018

Would be awesome! Tbh I have no idea how complex this will be, what all features we would add, or how to stage release of all of it.

If someone can PM or champion how this should work, I'd appreciate the help.

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@Huddie Huddie commented Nov 13, 2018

“Importing and Exporting

Each wiki is a Git repository, so you’re able to push and pull them like anything else. Each wiki respects the same permissions as the source repository. Just add “.wiki” to any repository name in the URL, and you’re ready to go.”

- GitHub blog

I’m not exactly sure what the means that it’s a repository, is it exactly like any other repo? Maybe we treat it as such and have it that when you click “wiki” it pushes a new repo vc.

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