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staticmanapp 404 on GitHub? #306

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JackLiar opened this issue Jul 21, 2019 · 10 comments
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staticmanapp 404 on GitHub? #306

JackLiar opened this issue Jul 21, 2019 · 10 comments
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@JackLiar
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JackLiar commented Jul 21, 2019

https://github.com/staticmanapp is 404 now on GitHub......

@nazavode
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nazavode commented Jul 23, 2019

When looking for @staticmanapp user in the "Add collaborators" settings form, I got a "staticmanapp isn’t a GitHub member" error message.

@lcron
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lcron commented Jul 23, 2019

Are they banned because they operate too frequently?

@VincentTam
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VincentTam commented Jul 24, 2019

Are they banned because they operate too frequently?

You may refer to #298.

@simoniz0r
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simoniz0r commented Jul 25, 2019

Someone should really update the instructions on the website to match this...

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Hi all.

I had a go at implementing Staticman as a GitHub App, which should fix many of the issues people are seeing at the moment. Can I ask for some volunteers to help me test it? Here's how:

  1. Remove staticmanapp as a collaborator
  2. Go to https://github.com/apps/staticman-net and install the application on your repository
  3. Submit a comment to the new v3 endpoint, using dev.staticman.net as the base URL – i.e. https://dev.staticman.net/v3/entry/github/[USERNAME]/[REPOSITORY]/[BRANCH]

Any help is much appreciated.

@VincentTam
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VincentTam commented Jul 25, 2019

Someone should really update the instructions on the website to match this...

@simoniz0r Your request echoes #271. Btw, the URL in the 3rd step gives rise to issue #278. View the project owner's advice.

Different users have different needs, #291 provides documentation for deployment to Zeit Now, whereas #293 asks for info about GitLab integration. #289 fixes the display problem of tables reported in #90. Different deployment procedures leads to different steps, and different people are using different versions of the Node.JS app, say @staticmanaima and @BloggerBust-bot are still using v2.

There's no denying that the current docs are outdated, due to the problem mentioned in the first post in this thread. For documenting v3, #219 would provide a great source of info.

Some docs about Staticman v3 that I've contributed to:

  1. https://mmistakes.github.io/minimal-mistakes/docs/configuration/#static-based-comments-via-staticman
  2. https://github.com/daattali/beautiful-jekyll/#staticman-comments
  3. https://github.com/onweru/hugo-swift-theme#staticman-comments

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x0r19x91 commented Oct 21, 2019

staticmanapp user can't be found

@Tautorn
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Tautorn commented Nov 2, 2019

staticmanapp isn't a Github member

@alexwaibel alexwaibel added the question label Nov 8, 2019
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alexwaibel commented Nov 8, 2019

Known issue. See #317

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sahyagiri commented Aug 17, 2020

Someone should really update the instructions on the website to match this...

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Hi all.
I had a go at implementing Staticman as a GitHub App, which should fix many of the issues people are seeing at the moment. Can I ask for some volunteers to help me test it? Here's how:

  1. Remove staticmanapp as a collaborator
  2. Go to https://github.com/apps/staticman-net and install the application on your repository
  3. Submit a comment to the new v3 endpoint, using dev.staticman.net as the base URL – i.e. https://dev.staticman.net/v3/entry/github/[USERNAME]/[REPOSITORY]/[BRANCH]

Any help is much appreciated.

This is working fine with minimal mistakes. I will post a detailed step soon!
Thanks a lot for this fix

caiopavanelli pushed a commit to caiopavanelli/staticman that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2020
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alexwaibel commented Aug 25, 2020

@sahyagiri that solution utilizes the public instance of Staticman which is not very reliable. Though it involves more work, I would highly advise you follow the guides at the bottom of the README and configure your own instance of Staticman on Heroku. Otherwise, your comments may frequently fail to post to your site.

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