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bio website blog.justarandomguy.com
location Noida, India
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen Dec 10 at 7:12

Just a random guy on the internet, procrastinator extraordinaire.


Mar
16
comment Can I search a site for bad language?
And that is why those suggestions are comments, not answers. Not exactly what you asked for, but maybe something that could help
Mar
16
comment Can I search a site for bad language?
Well, he claims that his books are PG13 - zedshaw.com/#/books And from what I've seen of the books(I haven't read them, just a couple of pages) they didn't seem to have any of his usual colorful language. Don't think you have anything to worry about in terms on curse words there.
Mar
16
comment Can I search a site for bad language?
Also, you could just try and ask the author, by twitter or email, whether his books contain stuff that might not be suitable for children
Mar
16
comment Can I search a site for bad language?
I think I know the author you speak of, and if it is him, then his books are pg13(Learn ________ The Hard Way)?
Mar
15
comment Sort GitHub issues by priority (or by labels)
I could put it in as an answer, but I believe that it would be off topic in this SE. Basically you put all your labels in a list, ordered by the priority you give them. Then go through all the issues, check the label, and put it in another list(1 list of each issue) and join all the lists. If you need 2 levels, then sort by the first level, and then sort each 1st level label list by the second level labels. i.e, get all the critical issues in one list, high in another and so on. For each priority list, put all Bugs in one list, enhancement in another and so on. Then join all the lists.
Mar
14
comment Sort GitHub issues by priority (or by labels)
tags are labels, I believe. So you could get the label from the api and sort by that
Mar
6
comment Find all my github repositories that are forks
I was gonna suggest using the API, but this is much simpler
Feb
11
awarded  Informed
Feb
6
awarded  Critic
Feb
1
comment How do I add everyone on Facebook to Google+?
Here is a wikihow article on how to do it. tl;dr - it isn't easy to do, and nor is there an effective way of doing it
Jan
26
awarded  Commentator
Jan
26
comment An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
@phwd edited. Hope this fixes the issue. If not, then to hell with it.
Jan
26
revised An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
conformed to the site policy
Jan
26
comment An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
Oh, now it makes sense. Will edit the question to fix it. The FAQ needs to be clearer on this.
Jan
26
comment An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
FFS! How is it helping if the edit changes what's being asked? I don't mind an edit, specially if it improves my post, but if you change what I'm asking, then what's the use?
Jan
26
comment An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
From the FAQ's --> Please note that the following subjects are considered off-topic here: App recommendations unless prior research is shown Now what would you consider prior research? Would it please you if I mentioned a bunch of other webapps I tried that didn't solve the problem? I don't see how that helps anyone, but if required I'll search google again for the useless information. All that'll do is create a list of ifttt like services.
Jan
26
awarded  Cleanup
Jan
26
revised An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
rolled back to a previous revision
Jan
26
comment An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
I'm rolling back, if you want to close, then go ahead. I'd rather have a closed question that asks what I wanted to ask, than an open one that is completely different from what I had intended to ask - That would be of no help to the community, and to future visitors to this question.
Jan
25
comment An If-This-Than-That like service fire an HTTP requres triggered by Github Gists
And please explain to me how is my original question, or the previous edit of it, offtopic. Is it about webapps? Yes. Zapier is a webapp, it is like ifttt, and both have a tag for themselves on this SE, so questions related to either are not off topic. And yes, I am asking for an app recommendation, but I do show some prior research, albeit only the most relevant of the options I checked.