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Contributed to jwiegley/category-theory, kadena-io/pact-model, jwiegley/comparable and 81 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in kadena-io/chainweb-node that received 11 comments

Opened 34 other pull requests in 3 repositories
jwiegley/category-theory 30 merged 1 closed
dfinity/quill 2 open
kadena-io/chainweb-data 1 open
Reviewed 3 pull requests in 3 repositories
NixOS/nixpkgs 1 pull request
jwiegley/use-package 1 pull request
kadena-io/chainweb-node 1 pull request

Created an issue in coq/coq that received 6 comments

Feature request: Set No Assumptions

Description of the feature request I would love an option to set called "No Assumptions" that causes Defined and Qed to error if the defined term …

Opened 3 other issues in 3 repositories
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adjoint-io/pairing 1 closed
kadena-io/chainweb-data 1 open
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