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Feature Request: Star/Favorite Specific Repositories & Have an Activity Feed For Them #156

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JohnPostlethwait opened this Issue Sep 5, 2012 · 5 comments

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I am part of a large organization and we have a TON of changes/comments going on at any given time. I am part of only a couple repos of our organization. It would be great if I could favorite or star these specific repositories and get a sort of customized list of activities for these repositories that I have starred in this app so that I can better keep up with the parts of the organization that are relevant to me.

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dennisreimann Oct 21, 2012

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Yep, nice idea. Like mentioned in #157 this will be a lot easier, when we switch from using the events feed to the real events api. Thanks for your feedback!

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dennisreimann commented Oct 21, 2012

Yep, nice idea. Like mentioned in #157 this will be a lot easier, when we switch from using the events feed to the real events api. Thanks for your feedback!

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Would this be just for the repo events or something like quick access to the page of the repository?

I think aggregating many repository feeds will be tough, because we will have to load them one by one and then merge the results. It's doable, but does not scale for more than five repo feeds.

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dennisreimann commented Jan 2, 2013

Would this be just for the repo events or something like quick access to the page of the repository?

I think aggregating many repository feeds will be tough, because we will have to load them one by one and then merge the results. It's doable, but does not scale for more than five repo feeds.

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This would be for events (pull requests, comments, branches, forks, etc) on the repos I've favorited in ioctocat.

I'm not familiar with the API, but it seems like you'd already have the data cached in the current News feed that could then just be filtered...

This would be for events (pull requests, comments, branches, forks, etc) on the repos I've favorited in ioctocat.

I'm not familiar with the API, but it seems like you'd already have the data cached in the current News feed that could then just be filtered...

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Okay, so just a filtered version of the current user and org feeds?

That'd work nicely together with a bookmark list for quick repo access (which I am also planning to add).

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dennisreimann commented Jan 2, 2013

Okay, so just a filtered version of the current user and org feeds?

That'd work nicely together with a bookmark list for quick repo access (which I am also planning to add).

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JohnPostlethwait Jan 2, 2013

Yeah, basically: I just want to less noisy version of the current feed so I can pick out the events I really care about.

Yeah, basically: I just want to less noisy version of the current feed so I can pick out the events I really care about.

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