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I’ve been working on this program for the past few months. It’s still rough around the edges but I use it to view the pipelines of my own projects and it works great. I think it’s just mature enough for others to test and I’d be interested on your thoughts about it. Is this something you’d use? Are there features or changes you would like to see implemented?

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    This is really cool! I opened a PR in conda-forge to make it available for conda users: https://github.com/conda-forge/staged-recipes/pull/10473

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      Thanks!

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      This sick, will try today

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        Looks very cool! Does it support netlify builds?

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          Thanks! It doesn’t, no, but it could be a good idea to add support for it. I’m not sure yet if I want to add support for services that are more specific than CI providers (e.g netlify, GitHub pages deployments, code coverage services… everything that could be done by a job run by a CI provider). The data accessible via the REST API of netlify looks compatible with what I need for integrating it with citop though.

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            Yeah netlify support would be great. I tried out citop with CircleCI and so far it’s been really nice 👍

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              Thanks!

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          It’s unfortunate that github doesn’t make it straightforward to grant read-only access to repos. (There is a multi-hoop-jump workaround, though.)