suggested this on July 13, 2010 22:16
Service Name: GitHub
Service Type: Repository/Issue Tracker
Data Needed: Recent Commits, New Tickets/Ticket Count
Hey Vlad! I think we would find this useful ourselves. Thanks for the suggestion :)
OK, this has now been delivered. You can find it under the "Project Management" section when you add a widget. Enjoy.
This feature is obsolete because GitHub has moved to OAuth mechanism.
Old token continue to work with Geckoboard, but new users have no way to find their Github Token.
Also, there should be a way to monitor multiple repo within 1 widget (eg. last commit message from each repo).
It is not very useful for users with multiple projects on hand.
I saw a Twitter post in early May saying the OAuth for Github was being worked on with an update to be provided in about a week. Checking in here on support forum for an update on this important change for us new GitHub users working with a Geckoboard dashboard."@kressaty Sorry for the lack of response, staffing issues. Working on GitHub OAuth access now and should have it out in the coming week."
Hey guys, GitHub OAuth is now available on the site.
Hey dudes, this doesn't seem to be working. It connects ok, but just gives me a blank widget.
Hi. Is this a newly added widget and GitHub account? (i.e. in the last two weeks). With the new OAuth support you're required to remove the old account and widget and re-add them using OAuth, otherwise it will display a blank widget. Thanks.
I'm having the exact same issue as ldn_tech_exec and I am using OAuth.
Please answer the same question I asked him. Thanks.
I just added it today.
Hi! It would love to track the velocity of our tech department by graphing the number of merged pull requests for our organization account over time.
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