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Get all public keys for a user
Get a downloadable patch for a git commit
.patch to a commit URL, so https://github.com/apache/airflow/commit/86e2ab53aff becomes https://github.com/apache/airflow/commit/86e2ab53aff.patch
Get a list of repositories for a user
This gives a list of repositories sorted by the last time they were pushed to.
curl -s https://api.github.com/users/danielhoherd/repos?per_page=200 | jq -r '. | "\(.pushed_at) \(.html_url)"' | sort -d | nl
Add a collapsible section in markdown
Markdown supports adding HTML elements. One element that can be useful for hiding large chunks of data that are related to a comment but might drown it out is the
<details> element. This works in markdown documents, and PR and issue descriptions and comments.
<details> <summary>Clickable thing that unfolds the details</summary> whatever markdown you want 1. list item 1 2. list item 2 ```py import platform platform.uname() ``` </details>