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Could we use the gitpod this time?

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From: Arran S.
Date: Mon 17th May 2021, 1:59pm

Hi Haixin.

Not using the repository that's in GitHub classrooms, I don't think.

Because people made their assignment 1 code public on GitHub, the repositories you've got this time 
round have only limited capabilities. You can push to and pull from them, but unlike with a 
repository you create the normal way, you don't "own" them, and don't have permissions to change 
their settings. And it appears that includes, making use of GitPod.

You _could_ still use GitPod, by creating a private repository and pushing your commits into it. I 
won't be giving instructions on how to do this, however - you'll have to work it out for yourself, 
and take care that you're not making anything public. If I give step-by-step instructions, then I 
suspect at least a few people will just not follow them carefully, and will end up making their 
code public.



"Haixin Chen" <23*9*6*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:

> Hi Arran,
> I tried the same instruction last time, but it did not work. It is shown that "Permission 
> to access private repositories has been granted. If you are a member of 'cits4407', please 
> try to request access for Gitpod." How could we use the gitpod this time? Thank you.
> Best,
> Haixin 

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