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Basically copying answer from superuser.com linked by Tom Woodward in comments. I've only changed keycode and url. It's Greasemonkey script which disables "T" shortcut. Supported by major browsers (extension like Greasemonkey for Firefox/Tampermonkey for Chrome may be needed/useful). // Your code here... // ==UserScript== // @name Disable ...


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Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be possible. However, for a small project like mine, I was able to go with the less-than-ideal solution without too much pain: Make sure your local copy of the repo is up-to-date. Take a screen shot of, or otherwise note, open issues currently in the repo. Delete the repo on GitHub. Create a new repo on GitHub with the ...


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I think you need to create a Release in order to upload a JAR file, as per this blog post. Or you need the Maven-GitHub-Plugin.


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Since March, 2014 you can, by using Github's commit API to specify the exact timestamp for your commit. To see the the format refer to the developer's documentation. Or you can set the timezone by passing it in headers while making the post request in a commit. like curl -H "Time-Zone: Europe/Amsterdam" -X POST ...


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I could not find a way to do this in Github, but you can save a shortcut to use the organisation url to login on Github, so after login you will be viewing it by default. https://github.com/your-organization And passwords auto complete works okay.


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Deleting folders from the Github web interface is not possible: https://github.com/isaacs/github/issues/225 It is on the feature list and will remain there for a while I guess.


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I did my own experiment, here is what I found: If you block a user, they will be prevented from commenting or opening issues on any repos that you own For any repos where you are a collaborator, they are unencumbered Also I found this: http://help.github.com/articles/blocking-a-user



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