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I have an account on Coderwall, and it lists GitHub repos that I deleted long time ago. As a result, all the links point to 404 pages on Github.

This happens on renaming repositories on GitHub as well. On Coderwall, they list it as 2 separate repos and one of them is invalid.

I couldn't find any way in the settings to delete a repository or refresh the repo list from GitHub.

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What if you revoke and then relink? – Eight Days of Malaise Sep 26 '12 at 3:59
I don't think there is any option to revoke. – abhshkdz Sep 28 '12 at 10:59
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You will have to contact Coderwall Support as this is done manually and per account on their side.

When I contacted them they fixed the issue within a day.

Their reply to me:

I've removed the old repo. Let me know if you need anything else changed.


Alyssa & the Coderwall team

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