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    @frosas relying on X.Y.* is painful because you always need to wait until someone updates the constraint to get the new version. Of course using ~1.3 like in this PR means if I fuck up and break BC people will update to it, but that's a less likely occurrence than the alternative I think, so I would rather not use X.Y.*

    Both names are extremely general and their PHPdocs contains pure no-shit-sherlock-descriptions :squirrel: (like "The key."). This made me and @iltar think it's just an inconsistency and they have the same meaning.

    (sorry for pinging reviewers, switching branch trigger that)
    I left a comment that has nothing to do with this test. I'm sorry.
    Replace the #48253 (I failed to target new branch with Git, sorry...)
    Sorry for doing two things in a single PR, but it felt too small to split.
    In all cases, the generation itself is trivial using inheritance (sorry `final` classes.) For example, in order to turn a `Foo` class into a lazy ghost object, one just needs to do:
    Sorry but I did not catch everything in the first one.
    `@chalasr` `@wouterj` sorry for the long description but in the hope of getting this included in 5.3.0, if you can provide guidance I will happily work on this further tomorrow to try and wrap it up ASAP.
    Sorry screwed up my previous branch while rebasing and amending the author name of the commits.
    Same as #40911, different class. Sorry, I missed the seconds abstract class. 🙈
    Sorry for this PR without test, But it's really to hard to reproduce the issue :(
    🤷🏻‍♂️  This pull-request is a copy of [this pull-request ](https://github.com/symfony/symfony/pull/39927) that I've created some weeks ago. On the original PR, I just needed to rebase on 5.x to pass the tests (fabbot etc.) but the rebase I've tried runs in a loop of conflicts and I'm stuck. I've never experienced this before... SORRY.
    Sorry, bug I make a typo in file README.md. Please accept this pr and fix this problem.
    I missed this file. Sorry :(
    Sorry for such small PR. I found this when I was parsing the yaml after running `bin/console config:dump-reference TwigBundle`
    Fixup of #39293. This change should make the tests pass without Xdebug. Sorry for the messup. 🙈
    If this PR is not relevant please close and sorry for inconvenience.
    | Branch?       | 5.2 (hopefully? sorry to keep pushing the barrier here)
    I'm sorry for catching this soo late in the release cycle. There is a BC break involved here, but it's (a) very unlikely to impact application code and (b) in an experimental class.
    Hm.. Im sorry for the many PRs.
    Sorry for making a few BC breaks.
    Sorry for a small PR. When working with https://github.com/symfony/symfony-docs/pull/14404, I found a typo, then another one.. When I found 4 of them I decided to make a PR.
    Sorry for the long description, but I think that sometimes it is necessary for too complex issues and big changes. Besides, now you know a little more about what these changes is about.
    Move the polyfill method introduced in #37960 in the `Assert` trait. Sorry I noticed this trait later.
    This fixes a test bug introduced by #37844 Next time, I'll open a PR in draft state before I'm sure I didn't break any tests, sorry!
    Fixup of #37778. My code was apparently not php5-friendly. Sorry for that. 😓
    Found while testing https://github.com/scheb/2fa/pull/8, sorry for not spotting it before the stable release :disappointed:
    This simple change should fix, I'm sorry if I'm wrong.
    **Provider doc:** (🇫🇷 sorry)
    I forgot about it in the original PR (#35744) - sorry for the extra work.
    We are sorry that this issue slipt through our QA pipeline. The linked issue already showed that the issue is now fixed by just doing a `composer update` but it is not very convenient to leave this known issue in symfony.
    Sorry, I'm late on https://github.com/symfony/symfony/pull/33613 and https://github.com/symfony/symfony/pull/33614 but I realized 3 minor visual issues:
    Sorry for the noise! This is hopefully the last pull request related to the Welcome Page design tweaks. This one tweaks some margins, makes it look better on ultra-wide screens and prevents some unwanted horizontal/vertical scrollbars on some browsers.
    After #33459, the composer suggestions for the validator component are a bit misleading. Sorry for having missed that in my PR.
    I am sorry but I detected a few more cases.
    I am sorry but I detected a few more cases.
    Tests I missed from #31355 - sorry about that!
    Let's make love (& good code) not war. Sorry for not submitting it at least yesterday, but hopefully you will accept it, and we will be able to merge today. This will allow us to add different addons on other special ocasions.
    We saw VarDumper errors in armhf, but they are hard to reproduce interactively. In the issue report, it was suggested to replace %d with %i, and that's what I did in this branch. I'm sorry I can't give you confidence that this fixes the issue, and I'm just filing this PR because it was suggested and I'm trying to be helpful. I'm hoping there is CI here that can verify it.
    > Something went wrong when merging this PR. @gmponos Can you resubmit it again? Sorry for the trouble.
    Apparently I talked about it in the previous PR, but forgot to actually push the change. Sorry about that! 😞
    Sorry again, just forgot to actually update the last PR.
    replaces #26180, which was wrongly sent (and merged) for `master` branch instead of `3.4`, sorry for mistake.
    Sorry for my bad english, I'm French and this is my first bug report :)
    Unfortunately I didn't test https://github.com/symfony/symfony/pull/24802 with expanded option set to true, sorry about that. Without this fix, it applies form error style twice.
    Sorry for that :)
    | Bug fix?      | ~~~~yes~~~ no (sorry)
    Sorry for opening this so lately... I just realized that we could get rid of `Yaml::PARSE_KEYS_AS_STRINGS` just by recommending using quotes...
    (And sorry for the noise around this feature, I want to polish it for 3.4)
    The documentation states that we dispatch events `workflow.announce` and `workflow.[name].announce`. It was me who wrongly added it to the docs... sorry about that.
    Sorry for the inconvenience :)
    This is a second fix for the issue discussed in #20411. My first PR (#21279) didn't fix the bug in all cases, sorry.
    Me (and all reviewers ;) ) totally miss this class. It has never been used and there are no reason to use it anyway. It's just a relic from the designing of the Component. Sorry.
    Reviewing the diff on GitHub, I realized I've missed some typos in a new test of #21877. Sorry!
    I've messed up the return value of parseDefaults under certain conditions in #21342. Here is the fix... Sorry about that.
    @klausi could you please validate this patch? Is it an improvement over yours? (sorry I don't have the proper use case to test.)
    Sorry for being late on this original issue! It looked good to me at first :).
    In PR https://github.com/symfony/symfony/pull/20199 I made changes after review that broke the use of env variables, sorry about that - should have checked it a bit more before making the changes.
    Sorry.. almost there :) fixes 1 more false positive in `ObjectNormalizerTest`.
    Not sure if bug or feature. The bug label is probably not apropriate, sorry. But I guess it should be merged to all versions.
    This a follow up of #17545 as i introduce bad methods name in the traits sorry :/
    ![](http://vomzi.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/sorry-gif-847.gif)
    PS: sorry to keep you waiting, @webmozart . When merging both commit don't forget to add the `@deprecated` annotation, and that `SingleAssociationToIntIdEntity.php` is duplicated.
    Overlaps #14017 (might replace or follow it) . Sorry if it is considered as a duplicate, but the debate has evolved, and I think the arguments ordering isn't the best nor single way to improve this command usage anymore.
    I should be done with cs fixes to the 2.3 branch now. Sorry I missed these in my last pull.
    Sorry for the noise, but everytime I open this class, I wonder what is `$exception`.
    sorry about the previous PR now closed, forgot Gush had branched off of master and not 2.3
    **This is exact the same commit as it was in #9585, which was not merged due to my fault. Sorry for the noise.**
    **I've sent it against wrong branch. It should be merged in 2.3. Sorry.**
    The previous translation was not entirely correct, sorry!
    Sorry for the multiple PRs
    @fabpot sorry for the running gag
    but since I am struggling to squash all the commits I better create a new one. Sorry for the inconveniences, :)
    Im sorry but have the same...
    sorry: https://gist.github.com/toloco/5152581/raw/48a1a823b5c8e6ba03936a52e8dc0d0ff1888f8a/Error+
    Sorry for neglecting the unit tests, they've been updated (2 matching new common date formats, 1 uncommon date format, and changing the existing bad-date check to be more realistically bad.)
    hmm sorry, I missed the fact that you are changing the locale in the Request again, which will set the intl one
    @fabpot I know I keep insisting on this one and I am sorry for that but I think this should be considered as a bug fix (see the PR header for details) and should be merged in 2.2. I think the Symfony core should be exemplary as it is used by many developers as a template when creating their own bundle. *This PR is no more a WIP and can be merged right now*.
    oops, sorry.
    YES YES YES :+1:. Sorry for my enthusiasm, but I already copy pasted the PropertyPath class to some of my libraries to avoid linking to the whole Form component. I thus will be glad to officially use this component into my libraries via composer.
    So sorry.
    @frosas sorry I didn't get you still had the problem. I tagged a 2.1.7 of monologbundle which hopefully fixes your issue.
    Sorry, but I don't understand the use case.
    Sorry I was not aware of the trigger_error() agreement, absolutely +1 on it.
    Sorry, I add to clone the symfony repo with github and did small editing using pspad, I forgot to setup charset and line feed...
    sorry but i dont understand what you suggest. more over i dont see the problem. its already possible to seriously break stuff with compiler passes which cannot be easily enabled/disabled. this is just convenience. if it doesnt work because of some obscure combo then simply dont use it for the app since it needs to be explicitly enabled in the kernel.
    The example, sorry :smiley:
    @fabpot Sorry, I had a little copy/paste mistake here #6205
    sorry for being pushy about this one, but we need to know if this change is ok or not, if we need to improve something. if there is some problem we did not think of, we have to find different solutions for the cmf/drupal matchers.
    Sorry for the hassle
    sorry, it's bug in VichUploaderBundle
    Sorry please check https://github.com/Seldaek/symfony/commit/376dd93c569362a162bd2e79c7eea115ac5e355e instead, I missed a few tests in the RequestTest class.
    Sorry I've been sitting on this for so long. I haven't had time to figure out how to get rid of the merge commit, as @stof requested. That's the only outstanding issue here, as far as I know.
    @stealth35: Sorry. I have to ask again.
    Yeah sorry `MimeTypeExtensionGuesser` is for getting an extension with the Mime, forget about this, i'll take care aboute all MIME intégration later
    ping @fabpot sorry to keep pushing this, but any chance you could take a look at this?
    Sorry, I forgot `[Finder]` tag in 3 commits message... is it fixable?
    Ouch, I'm really sorry, I was in the wrong tmux window when started tests :/
    @fabpot sorry for the mess, I should go to bed :/
    hmm, sorry. It is a browser cache issue. It seems like your server was sending cache headers for the assets, and as I already looked at the demo previously (for your DoctrineBundle PR), it kept the old CSS
    Sorry. I misunderstand your PR.
    @stof Sorry, i fixed that.
    This was pretty hard to figure out. I could fix 4 bugs and refactor the code to safe 2 variables and several assignments. Sorry for doing this in one commit, but they were highly interdependent.
    @Burgov Ah sorry, I got confused and thought this was another dupe
    @fabpot Actually, sorry, this node is not in 2.0 it was introduced in 2.1 last month.
    Done! Sorry for the delay
    @fabpot: Sorry, not sure how: Under 2.1.0 or in a new section? As the first or last entry of the list?
    Shoot, sorry about that.
    Sorry for the mess, cleaning it
    Sorry, I'm cannot observe all changes for form component in 2.1, so I have a question:
    I am sorry, of wasting your time... totally confused about using git. I feel a little bit squashed :-) of a the possible actions.
    Sorry, the failing test is the following:
    I have no idea how to do it using web interface. I'm not familiar with git (prefer hg). Sorry.
    @vicb Sorry, for the email flood :)
    Sorry for that..
    @stof: I'm sorry. It should be working now.
    Regarding adding a tab for phpinfo, sure it would be useful BUT if the reasoning is that some people leave a publicly available phpinfo script therefore just include it then I would not include it. There are many more useful requirements of the toolbar rather than to insulate intro to web issues. That's like saying don't include the toolbar because someone may build an application that makes the toolbar available publicly (which will happen). I've seen too many projects in my years having no clue of versioning tools that must have been built on the server, live, with filenames like indexv1.php, indexv2.php, indexTryAgain.php, db credentials in the clear, and just hoping to find a point where it works enough. And yes, I've found those scripts were publicly available and still around years after they were created; security holes and all! I'm preaching to the choir here. You'll never stop stupid. All we can do is educate by any means we have and share our knowledge with one another. Aside from that devils advocate reasoning, I would include the phpinfo tab, it does make sense in those random "did I/they compile that in" circumstances. ;-) Sorry for the rant.
    Again, sorry for the long winded rant. Cheers everyone. Goodnight.
    Sorry for the delay.  My wife and I are in the process of buying a house, and some unexpected things have come up.
    @bschussek Yes I mean this case =) Sorry for not being explicit, I need some coffee I think =)
    Nevermind, I can see broken tests.. I'm on, sorry
    @stof, ah sorry misunderstood, one of those days it seems :)
    ok @stof sorry it said it seemed not to be possible, i thought it was possible but I am wrong.
    Sorry for this. For some reason my PHP error reporting level was to low to catch this...
    ah sorry, I looked at the patch too fast. Only the interface is moved
    The other advantage is that under this methodology, there can be a UI experience on expiry, like "Sorry, your session expired due to being idle for 10 minutes".
    Wasn't aware that github omits the trailing white line, sorry.
    oops my mistake, sorry.
    Sorry for nitpicking but what about:
    Sorry no idea.
    @vicb done, sorry about that commit: overlooked the fact that it was on the same branch...
    It seems fine at first glance. I don't have time to look at it in detail right now sorry.
    Sorry for the two previous pull requests :(
    ah sorry, you talked only about the merge commit. Yeah it is normal. When reapplying your commits on top of master, the merge commit are not kept as you are reapplying the changes linearly on top of the other branch (and deleting the merge commit was the reason why @fabpot asked you to rebase instead of merging btw)
    @kriswallsmith (Sorry about the confusing title) My concern is just that if you use Process then decide to "upgrade" to the ProcessBuilder, you suddenly have a change of behavior that might break stuff without you noticing. I just want to avoid this unexpected behavior.
    Sorry non native speaker an a bit hard to explain, could you ping me in a couple of hours on IRC if this still doesn't make any sense.
    Fixed the typo and changed the false to ture as reported in comments. I've also rebased. I'll see what I can do about config file change later today. Sorry for the delay, been too busy for the past week.
    ah sorry, it was the profiler storage
    Ok, looking at the patch, it is not the same than places where we used the naming "forward compatibility". Sorry
    _Edit: Sorry, couldn't resist adding a private helper class again!_
    @Tobion I'm sorry I did that, I'll edit the message asap. Seems no sleep in 26 hours can cause brain not to function as intended :)
    Sorry, I messed up with the tickets. Didn't know a pull request opens a ticket.
    Okay, finally I managed to upload the latest commit. If you got a bunch of notifications or so I'm sorry, but I had to revert some accidental changes in the commit :(
    Sorry for the last PR, it was a fix to avoid fatal..
    Sorry for the delay, was on vacations.
    Sorry meant the ``ExtensionInterface``.  I would like the ``getConfiguration`` method enforced.  How would we tackle the FrameworkBundle?  To retrieve it's configuration you need the ``ContainerBuilder``.
    i am sorry .. but this is a bad decision ... mostly because you don't know what travis CI can do compared to our own jenkins. this needs to be discussed.
    But for me as a contributor its a huge advantage already in its current form. This opposition is extremely frustrating because you are complaining about what amounts to a freaking single file called ".travis.yml" that provides real value to several frequent contributors. I am sorry but there is nothing to discuss here but to simply merge.
    Sorry if this is so trivial it's annoying. I just fix 'em as I find 'em, and I keep commits small.
    Sorry if I'm simply missing something or doing something silly.
    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Sorry, I didn't think that we would be an issue since the Bundle "Best Practices" states to not include other bundles as dependencies.
    <jmikola> correct, sorry
    <jmikola> sorry, base_path***
    Sorry for the delay, lifetime support is now implemented. What do you think about an AbstractProfilerStorageTest class to share some testing code between the different implementations (of cause in a separate PR)?
    Ok sorry I missed the other PR. Sounds great :)
    @stloyd sorry. I will rebase (squash) everything when I am finished.
    I'm sorry I can't give you more help...
    @fabpot Don't be sorry, I am about to fix the PHPDoc. I shall squash right after.
    (squash failed sorry #2068)
    damn sorry i have accidentally close the pull request ;(
    sorry .. only realized this while shaving this morning ..
    @lenar: ah, sorry about that. Then, can you provide a fix for all the other tests too? Thanks a lot.
    Sorry, I can't reproduce it on Ubuntu and unless someone wants to sponsor me a Mac, there is not much I can do.
    After more discussion on 761724ae57d07cee2368bee86a2f1fe22cf188fc - sorry you merged too fast for once ;)
    @maoueh I just removed a couple of commits from the log. Seems like the tests you committed are now missing from the PR. Can you please send the tests once again? Sorry about that.
    @helmer: 1) & 2) Sorry for that "bad language", but you get me wrong a bit. Tests was written for code in master (there was no problem to change them to work with your POV). 3) Same as before, you can adopt tests easily, but never mind. Maybe later we could cooperate better ;-)
    added missing change from previous commit (sorry :()
mpv-player/mpv + (25) -
    Pretty much fuck this shit.
    In summary: what a dumb waste of time, what the fuck.
    Yeah, fuck this retarded garbage.
    even 60ies. What the fuck. I fucking hate computers so much.
    inconsistent (since the option is called --secondary-sid), but fuck the
    Also fuck the win32 platform, it's a heap of stinky shit. Microsoft is
    them to fuck off.) (Well I didn't put it this way, but still.)
    core (while mpv is waiting for it) anyway. So fuck it.
    do, so fuck that.
    travis: shut the fuck up
    (Who the fuck uses editions?)
    A bit of a mess with that ifdeffery, but fuck it.
    (using that git revision), it often did not work. Whatever the fuck.
      WHAT THE FUCK IS WHOEVER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS FUCKING DOING?
    Why the fuck am I even bothering with this crap?
    Fuck it, just let's just reinit everything.
    WHAT THE FUCK
    responsible for the bug)? Who the fuck knows, and I'm too tired to
    just making a fuss? Anyway, fuck EGL, fuck computers, fuck technology.
    fuck.
    jump through some more hoops to get something compatible, but fuck that.
    it's ffmpeg, it can't not try to fuck you over. I'm so fucking sick of
    reasonable, I can't tell what the fuck is going on with that HOOKED
    night, so fuck it.
    (admittedly valid) issues. Btu still, fuck writing include guards, I
    FUCK THIS SHIT
    laziness (and shouldn't, because what the fuck). So assert() on this.
    What the fuck?
    by design is not reasonable, and fuck you. I much prefer the awful
    wouldn't be so bad if libavformat could tell us WHERE THE FUCK THE RESET
    value within the decoder, but fuck that.)
    now, fuck it.
    about/checked some corner cases harder. But fuck this shit.
    think I was actually trying to do some real work but fuck that.
    to give a fuck about this use case at all.
    Why the fuck can't there be a proper API for retrieving these
    (multimedia from 2000-2010) and should either modernize or fuck off.
    (Why the fuck are there up to 20 mouse buttons?)
    (Why the fuck are there up to 20 mouse buttons?)
    was passed in). It was a shit idea anyway, so fuck it.
    libavutil equivalents. vdpau still uses a shitty hack, but fuck the
    formatting (LC_TELEPHONE). Who the fuck uses this, or would ever use
    At this point, how the fuck are you supposed to do anything correctly?
    example, I'm pretty sure Microsoft doesn't. (Microsoft got to fuck it up
      THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK WHAT
      THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK WHAT THE FUCK
    - fuck up everything and vomit ponies and rainbows
    Fuck this thing.
    (How the fuck does EOF notification work again anyway?)
    Adds about 117 options (holy fuck).
    This also trashes display preemption recovery. Fuck that. It never
    don't even have a -sub-charenc option, fuck FFmpeg.
    Did I mention fuck FFmpeg yet? Because fuck FFmpeg.
    drop or rewrite it. vo_vaapi.c's OSD code (fuck...) also uses these
    Untested because I don't give a fuck about your shitty DVDs.
    Oops. Fuck.
    OF COURSE Libav doesn't have AV_PICTURE_TYPE_NONE. Why the fuck would
    simply passing through the PTS, it wants to fuck with it for no reason,
    Merry christmas, or whatever the fuck is going on right now.
    Currently this was done before conversion, which could fuck up a
    in use - what the fuck did this check do in this function?), so this
    clue what the fuck is going on in this fucking file. (Still agreed to
    Fuck.
    bullshit (who the fuck runs the PulseAudio server on a separate
    What the flying fuck?
    FUCK the Windows API.

    f_hwtransfer: get rid of the shit list
    introduced the shit list (which just included vaapi) to hard-code the
    The fix is pretty shit, but appears to work.
    do not have a usable number, then just give up and makeup shit. Note
    Pretty much fuck this shit.
    Some pain because of the dumb threading shit. Moving the code further
    lifetime on this incredibly stupid fucking shit.
    own trash hack to trashily workaround this shit.
    Just fix your shit.
    just call X11 a heap of shit, and assume the worst case for alignment.
    repack: make generic weird pixfmt shit even more generic and obfuscated
    this shit all the time), and especially the fact that pixdesc is very
    POSIX/UNIX is a miserable heap of shit. (Less shit than "alternatives"
    Because POSIX/UNIX is a miserable heap of shit, execvp() is also not
    heap of shit, O_CLOEXEC and FD_CLOEXEC were (probably) added at
    the buffer shit was too damn messy.
    If your GPU is shit (which it will be if you "want" to use vo_direct3d),
    Also fuck the win32 platform, it's a heap of stinky shit. Microsoft is
    vo_gpu: fix green shit with float yuv input
    refcount shit, but when that was a big mess and hard to debug and just
    shit isn't necessary anymore (simpler code), but I haven't done anything
    really don't give a shit about these formats, other than having to
    wanting to interpret the timestamps. Awful shit that make mpv change to
    Evil, non-standard shit.
    Who write this dumb shit¹? It didn't handle 1<<31, and was unnecessarily
    guess I hate programming. It's so tedious and the result is always shit.
    shit and bind customers by not giving easy ways to treat source code and
    clobbered with stupid shit (both in the set of files and the commit
    encode: add some shit that does some shit
    there is some annoying interaction with EDL and backward playback shit,
    not going to touch that shit unless I rewrite it completely.) The cover
    Since relative drive paths are such a fucked up shit idea, don't try to
    And document the shit.
    back at some later point, but I expect this shit to be in a perpetual
    handled (which was fine with MPlayer, but became increasingly a shit tub
    This commit is probably buggy as shit. It's not like I bothered to test
    have looked like shit soup no matter what.)
    Even if not correct, at least it gets rid of the blue shit.
    audio: work around ffmpeg being a piece of shit
    without digging deeper into x11 shit or refactoring parts of the VO. I
    (And also, I'm sure nobody gives a shit about this feature.)
    Weird shit. I thought this was a clever way to elegantly handle two
    sws_utils: shuffle around some shit
    shit. For some reason this HOOKED shit doesn't use copy_image() (???),
    to make up for Apple's incredibly broken OpenGL shit).
    Awful shit. I probably wouldn't accept this code from someone else, just
    Spherical video is a shit idea anyway.
    Since it broke 2 years ago, nobody should give a shit about this code,
    shit-tank (Windows development).
    thinking; with some luck, I just didn't give a shit about this case, but
    follow a few simple rules, your code is probably shit or you wanted to
    client API: fix potential deadlock problems by throwing more shit at it
    No shit, e6 is on the stack. But the macro argument is also allowed to
    goldberg shit.)
    FUCK THIS SHIT
    I can afford the luxuary of hacking the shit directly into the player.
    Sometimes, FFmpeg will take a shit on YOUR and ITS OWN alignment. For
    this shit, but let's not blame others.)
    Why this config cache shit and all the other shit? Rediscovering this
    This is kind of shit. Not only is this a very "special" feature, but it
    One notable thing is that it uses the async command shit. Not sure
    Could we discard all this probing shit, and somehow do it another way?
    of shit that's piled up before you, or do you?
    missing something. It's as if vaapi required setting radioactive shit on
    list (did I even test this shit?), and so it was rotting around for 1.5
    subtle mutable state for this backwards shit.
    by Android), but whatever, just give a dumping ground for shit code.
    shit code (instead of fixing it), and write new shit code. The old code
    to waste time on dumb shit.
    probably worked once and I can't be assed to debug my own shit code.
    Writing new shit code is more fun.
    Write new shit code for fun. This time it's a complete index. It's kept
    with the shit code). the memory usage doesn't seem to be that bad,
    f_decoder_wrapper.c: mess with some shit until it somehow starts to
    Just rearranging shit. Setting SEEK_HR for backstep seeks actually
    about/checked some corner cases harder. But fuck this shit.
    See manpage additions. This is a huge hack. You can bet there are shit
    shit can easily crash and burn. (Although it shouldn't literally crash.
    just doesn't fit into our code, so there's a cthulhu nightmare of shit.
    There is some evil shit due to a huge ownership/lifetime mess of various
    segment shit can be used to pass the "file" contents as memory block,
    have to be some youtube DASH shit).
    Might be unreasonable, but I'm angry at the shit driver freezing my
    Note that I don't give a shit about optical media. If you want to watch
    Crashes NVIDIA, probably buggy on others. No one ever tests this shit.
    No idea what that shit is. Likely forgotten when timed metadata was
    With FFmpeg's shit-crusted structures, todic communities, and retarded
    that FFmpeg is a shit fucked steaming pile of garbage shit?
    To get overlapping shit etc.
    shit, because there's no concept of aborting the player during command
    was passed in). It was a shit idea anyway, so fuck it.
    (holy shit how is it so bad), and would require us to handle _every_
    The ->fmt shit is something I'd like to phase out.
    Lots of shit code for nothing. We probably could just use libavutil's
    synchronized. There's no existing central mutex, so do some shit with
    insufficient, I can't even fathom how this shit was _standardized_. (In
    like Shift JIS (sometimes called SHIT JIZZ), yet functions like
    shit would just have been too broken. So they didn't. But locales give a
    is full of locale API usage and other legacy shit, as well as ifdefs and
    changes. Or in other words, this commit probably fucks up shit.
    size. Some broken shit. (Maybe the decoder wouldn't care about these
    regressions, as this is quite intrusive, and touches weird obscure shit
    In a shit show of subtle corner case interactions, making the demuxer
    Fucking shit.
    video: fix green shit
    initialize dst's fields) assume it is -> shit happens. Regression from
    Performance is shit on AMD otherwise. (Nvidia always uses client storage
    deal with them at every step, or they will break your shit.
    pretty shit here.
    users to wade through metaphorical cow shit to deal with it.
    skip the metaphorical cow shit step.
    policy if not giving a shit about DVD, just revert our half-working seek
    (This shit needs some sort of automated tests.)
    Well shit. Restructure it such that the returned list is always NULL-
    Refactor the shit and drop unneeded things as it goes.
    hand, but because driver developers are full of shit, vdpau interop will
    Will this shit ever actually work?
    av_log: remove dumb shit
    we're sending to the AO. (Tired of the cryptic shit ALSA gives me.)
    Shit.
    piece of shit (just read the script if you disagree), but at least it
    IANAL, but we don't give a shit what you do with this code.
    delivered. I don't give a shit.
    work to convince this piece of shit to expose the POSIX standard
    separate callbacks for each device? Why this obtuse mainloop shit?
    Especially the mainloop shit makes it actively worse than doing things
    vaapi: try dealing with Intel's braindamaged shit drivers
    don't understand why this suddenly works. Intel drivers being shit?
    Windows being shit? HWND or HDC being only 97% thread-safe instead of
    The shit I put up with...
    This way we probably do the right thing, and avoid all the menu shit.
    tl;dr libavformat is shit for media players
    be fixed! do we have a volunteer to remove the whole codecs.conf shit?
    freebsd fix (btw, why does it needs this int_max shit?
    today's shit
    skip annoying unused parameter shit (if anyone needs these / knows a case where they pointed to a real bug then reverse this)
     - gaussian blur scaler (finally dvd/vobsub doesn't look like shit!)
    some files has some shit before teh audio/video headers...
    fix hue bug with nvidia's shit. i teszted with g400,radeon7500,tnt2ultra,geforce2mx200
    divx4 I420 removed - i hate that buggy shit nvidia
    removed vivo shit
    removed unused buggy shit
    fixed .so's shit

    I didn't really pay attention (sorry). For consistency with the rest of
    safe than sorry. Closes #7740.
    stats.lua), and all I have to say is sorry for that.
    its better to be safe than sorry.
    I almost feel sorry wasting a commit on this.
    I'm sorry for deleting the anti-ffmpeg vitriol. It's still all true, but
    I 'broke' it in 78c362b. Sorry!
    I introduced this bug in b5bbb49. Sorry!
    I have a right to say this. Sorry. I would say that MPlayer has a
    Also, sorry for the typo in the earlier commit message.
    Sorry about the noise :P
    Why are MPlayer devs so monumentally lazy? Sorry, but this takes the
    about windows will fix things, should issues pop up - sorry.)
    but better safe than sorry).
    fix compile, sorry
    (Sorry I lost the old commit history due to the file structure changes)
    for fast playback on his system when using vo_directx. Sorry, that-guy.
    was synced to r25017, my fault sorry
    sorry, left english phrase in...
    r23691: revert r23538. my fault, didn't see there where 2 phrases, sorry...
    revert r23538. my fault, didn't see there where 2 phrases, sorry...
    changed forgotten $Revision... to synced with.... sorry :(
    little fix, sorry
    small typo preventing compilation, sorry :(
    and again.. sorry :/
    Since I rewrote ao_jack.c from scratch, the diff is unreadable, sorry.
    Sorry, typo
    Finnaly commit Nico's dvb menu. Sorry for committing this
    This is the correct patch, sorry for the confusion.
    10l by me, noticed by a guy with a transmeta cpu, but forgot his name, sorry
    That fix Gub's bug (sorry for the delay ;)
    There's no security problem here, but better safe then sorry.
    btw, sorry that i didn mention the names of the ppl from whom all the past ideas came from ...
    me.  No idea who contributed these, sorry.
    sync by HR <hephooey@fastmail.fm>, sorry, i was busy.
    patch by ??? (sorry i can't find that mail)
    fixed JPEG issue (sorry atmos, i've tested them now) and added PIM1 name corrections
    sync with libavcodec for unaccellerated dcts (sorry Felix, LIBAVCODEC_BUILD did not change, so also no backwards compatibility this time), and a long overdue copyright update
    sorry - this was a sync for all
    Sorry for the cosmetic, but it looks wierd :/
    sorry
    upsz, sorry, i forgott this :) (skin name saving:)
    100l sorry, won't commit again.
    Correct my half reverse commit. Sorry Atmos.
    sorry
    Sorry, fix vobsub duration the arpi way.
    sorry, 10l:)
    sorry, 10l:)
    fix nexus's key bug :) 10l, sorry :)
    so Michael should test and fix again these changes. Sorry!
    applied pl's patch (sorry, overlooked it previously.. and procmailrc
    sorry, debug removed ;)
    sorry, i really wanted to add vidix_start and stop as int, to detect if something went into the wrong way (also implement check in vo_xvidix)
    codecs.html. Sorry, but yesterday I mixed directories and sent you this file in
    fixes, and some new stuff. sorry forgot :)
    not ready (sorry), I've to finish beginning at line ~360
    - tabs (sorry for inconveniece)
    sorry.
    hmm many things.. (sorry now i'm a bit confused:)
    Sorry for inexactitude
    sorry, config2.mak is not up-to-date
    Ugly YV12 support on Radeon BES. (Only radeon_vid currently work with this stuff :( Sorry!)
    Sorry, my laptop has no dvb-card
    sorry for the help_msg.h
    sorry
    forgot, sorry
    sorry
    stuff.. (sorry, forgot:P)
    sorry for english
    upsz ... timer disabling fix, sorry
    cleanup, sorry
    sdl_(a)driver liquidated - sorry atmos
    add HAVE_ALSA5 var. Sorry :(
    fixed HAVE_ALSA5 var. bug. sorry :(
    ize ... sorry ;)
    sorry...
    sorry, for the #endif
    inserted some avi codecs, and stupid comments. no, no jokes, sorry.
mono/mono + (1) -
    what the fuck, Steve!). The problem has not surfaced earlier because
            changes as they're broken and completely fuck up the debugger.
    Don't fuck here ;-)
    threading tests fuck 2.0, news at 11
    oops, build systemf fuck up
    Don't fuck with the locks here.

    Shit happens

    I've implemented a heap of missing RTF and RichTextBox stuff, and also made some improvements or fixes to various aspects of it. I'm sorry this is so big...
    Sorry, should probably get a coffee :(
    Actually, really fix my last build - sorry for the breakage.
    Sorry about the churn, the previous commit contained an unintended chunk.
        are probably very low, but better safe than sorry.
    Sorry for breaking linux.
    Sorry grampa, no Slackware 8.0 anymore.
            registry on Unix platforms. (Sorry it took me so long to do
    Fix wrong date in my entry to ChangeLog files. Sorry! :((
    Sorry for the noise, but the property is also virtual :)
            [ Sorry, my previous commit accidentally commited some work in
    Changelog from last commit. Sorry ;)
    fix the build break, sorry.
    Ooops, sorry for the breakage.
    duplicate ChageLog entry, sorry
    oops, sorry about this;   Thanks Robert for pointing this out
    Credit Hubert on the patch, sorry to have forgotten about it
    Remove my mistake, sorry and apologies to everyone
    Forgot to commit that one, sorry about that
    Sorry, nothing to see here
    remove 2 CWL's.  sorry about that
    Implementation of the DisplayNameAttribute class and associated tests. The previous had TraceEventCache.cs mentioned in the System.dll.sources file - it shouldn't have been there. Sorry about the problem it caused.
    * RegistryValueOptions.dll: Added the real one (sorry!).
    Another build fix, sorry
            time. Sorry for all the trouble.
    Sorry about that
    Added, sorry about that
    Ooops - sorry for being an idiot.
    - Re-did the fix after checking in HandleData. Sorry for breaking the build :-(
            * delegate.cs: Fixed my fix from yesterday, sorry about that.
    Actually commit changes to configure.in.  Sorry, they got left out, somehow, last time.
    cvs ignores, sorry about the spam
    Maintainability improvements.  Sorry, I'm still in the scratch-an-itch
    Sorry Sorry Sorry
    Rollback latest change. Sorry
            a strongname told me. Sorry Ron :(
    sorry for my mistake.
            * ChallengeResponse.cs: Sorry I must have a profesionnal problem with
    I can't think of a good way of writing test cases for this at the moment, sorry.
            * mb-tokenizer.cs, driver.cs: Back to Linux line-endings, SORRY
    Sorry about the bumps everyone...
    forgot to add Literal.cs :) (sorry it's 6am)
            * Changelog: My editor decided to add a CR to each line. Sorry about that.
            well.  Sorry, this fixes the bug Gonzalo tried to fix.
            well.  Sorry, this fixes the bug Gonzalo tried to fix.
            * ChangeLog: Sorry it seems that I couldn't find the right combinaison
    Fix makefile, sorry about that
            * Exception.cs: reverted formating/endline changes (sorry guys)
    sorry, forgot to add it.
    Mwa-ha-ha-ha.  Err, sorry.
    Sorry about this
    Sorry I forgot the Line: 10
    Bug again, sorry :-(
                    Sorry, I missed this on the last commit.
    Oooops, this was an accident, sorry for the breakage.
    Sorry
            * decl.cs (FindType): Sorry about this, fixed the type lookup bug.
    Remove debug message - sorry, guys !
    Forgot to commit this for acs last night. sorry.
    Very start. Sorry no NANT or make support yet
    Sorry about that
    Ooooops, sorry for being stupid ....
    Complete the deployment of the `os' directory.  SOrry about the previous
            it does not break the build on windows. Sorry if it does).
            (sorry).
    - better going to sleep now, sorry
    Forgot to commit this file, sorry.
            property if there is more than one argument.  Sorry about that.
    Sorry about that, differing times in machines made me commit this bug
    Forgot to check this in. Sorry.
            locating our system dir.  Sorry about this.
    Reverting patch to not break the build. Sorry.
    ops, it should build again, I am sorry
            sorry.
                    Forgot to commit this for a while.  Sorry 'bout that.
            * Forgot to cvs add them before I commited (cvs-newbie error, sorry)
mozilla/pdf.js + (-2) -
    *Fixes a regression from PR 15246, sorry about that!*
    The following is an overview of the changes in this patch; sorry about the size/scope of this!
    I overlooked this in PR 14886, sorry about that!
    According to MDN, see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element/setAttribute#parameters, non-string values will be automatically converted into strings. I should probably have read that article more carefully, to avoid unnecessary churn in the code; sorry about that!
    I forgot about this in PR 14400, since we should obviously be consistent *and* given that the existing check is actually wrong; sorry about this!
    *Please note:* I'm sorry about the size of this patch, but given how intertwined all of this unfortunately is it just didn't seem easy to split this into smaller parts.
    In PR 14114 this was only added to the default viewer, which means that in the viewer components the user would need to *manually* implement /Lang handling. This was (obviously) a bad choice, since the viewer components already support e.g. structTrees by default; sorry about overlooking this!
    That seems quite unfortunate, since `pdfjs.enablePermissions` is off by default, and it thus seem better only do the API-call when actually needed; sorry about this!
    Given that things work just as fine as-is, let's simply remove that optional parameter for now; sorry about the churn here!
    In the second commit in PR 14295, I forgot that the pages in XFA-documents don't have references (like in regular PDF documents); sorry about that!
    *Sometimes I'll hopefully learn to optimize my code directly when writing it, rather than having to do multiple clean-up passes; sorry about the churn here!*
    In the GENERIC viewer, e.g. when dragging-and-dropping a new PDF document which automatically opens the outline, there can now be breaking errors in the `{BaseViewer, PDFThumbnailViewer}.#getScrollAhead` methods since there's no visible pages/thumbs during loading; sorry about the breakage!
    I missed this in PR 13900, sorry about that!
    Currently a `TESTING = true` environment variable will *always* take precedence in the various build-tasks, and there's no way to explicitly disable it for a particular build. That's clearly an oversight on my part, however it's easy enough to fix this; sorry about breaking this!
    The current regular expression contains a typo, leading to intermittent test-failures for certain `docId`s; sorry about that!
    This is what I ought to have done from the start, sorry about the code churn here!
    *Sorry about the churn here, since the change that I made in PR 13516 was not very smart.*
    Obviously I *should* have done this already back in PR 13074, sorry about the churn here!
    *Somehow I didn't think of this yesterday, but this feels like a much better solution overall; sorry about the churn here!*
    This is what I *should* have done in PR 12777, but for some reason didn't figure out how to implement it well enough back then; sorry about the churn here!
    As can be seen in `BaseViewer.setDocument`, it's currently necessary to *manually* delay the `PDFScriptingManager`-destruction in order for things to work correctly. This is, in hindsight, obviously an *extremely poor* design choice on my part; sorry about the churn here!
    I completely missed updating these in PR 12666; sorry about that!
    Note that a `RenderingCancelledException` *should* never actually reach this method, but better safe than sorry I suppose, considering that both `PDFPageView` and `PDFThumbnailView` are already catching `RenderingCancelledException`s since those are *not* Errors in the normal sense of the word.
    I completely overlooked the fact that we had *one* occurrence of an asynchronous `mkdirp` call in the gulpfile, which thus breaks since the package now uses Promises rather than a callback function; sorry about that!
    I overlooked this in PR 11631; sorry about that!
    Unfortunately these aren't actual `Error`s, which thus ends up unintentionally triggering the `assert` in `PDFPageProxy._abortOperatorList`; sorry about that!
    Unfortunately I forgot to test `gulp mozcentraldiff` with PR 11256, which is really bad since it will cause the en-US `chrome.properties` l10n file to be deleted at mozilla-central; sorry about breaking this!
    *This should obviously have been done in PR 11097, but for some reason I completely overlooked it; sorry about that.*
    Looking at this again, it struck me that added functionality in `Util.intersect` is probably more confusing than helpful in general; sorry about the churn in this code!
    While PR 10714 did address the `disableRange=true` case, it also managed to "break" the `disableStream=true` case instead since the indeterminate loadingBar is now displayed when it shouldn't; sorry about that!
    This contains a couple of changes that I missed elsewhere, sorry about that!
    *This was a stupid error on my part; sorry about breaking this!*
    *The danger of fixing one bug is that it can, sometimes too easily, cause another one in the process; sorry for not catching this when testing PR 9816 locally.*
    It turns out that PR 9245 unfortunately broke benchmarking completely, sorry about that!
    *I'm sorry that this became quite long, but to try and summarize:*
    It appears that I accidentally broke this in PR 6065, sorry about that!
    I missed this during review, sorry about that!
    I somehow managed miss including one of the upstream changes in PR 6489; hence this patch. Sorry about the unnecessary churn in this code!
    I'm really sorry about the churn in this code!
git/git + (-5) -
    and say "sorry, this strategy cannot handle this type of merge; use
    The fix is short (~30 lines), but the description is not.  Sorry.
    let's just go with a full clone instead, and be safe rather than sorry
    Seeing as it is better to be safe than sorry, we simply disallow paths
    let's be safe rather than sorry.
    says, in effect, "Sorry, I can't do any merging because you have some
    says, in effect, "Sorry, I can't do any merging because you have some
    This new fix makes the strings "Sorry, gitk cannot run..." and "OK"
    Sorry Jon, but this might not be of any help to new Git users ;)
            tar: Sorry, unable to determine archive format.
            tar: Sorry, unable to determine archive format.
    Probably doesn't make a difference, but better be safe than sorry.
      remote: Sorry, fetching via dumb http is forbidden.
    would send a special packet back that says "Sorry, there was
    fix it up before applying.  Sorry about that.
    read nor write Russian; sorry ;-)
    but it is rather easy to fix this. Sorry for that.
    avoid NULL dereference. Better safe than sorry.
    not run on EBCDIC, sorry.  Other parts of the script already
    To make a long story short: I'm sorry for it taking so long until I just
    result fits", or "Sorry, I had to truncate it".  Now it returns
    input data, it's better to be save than sorry.
    Better safe now than sorry later.
    Sorry, this was inadverently introduced by my grep search patch. It causes
    Better be safe than sorry.
    inacurate -> inaccurate, sorry if it was a pun. ;-)
    Sorry about the previous version of the patch, an unrelated snapshot link
    Another late-night bug. Sorry again.
    GIT_CONFIG_LOCAL is set. Sorry.
    I am very sorry to do this, but without this funky octopus, "git
    In my attempt to port git to IRIX, I broke it. Sorry.
    Sorry for the noise.
    Sorry, I broke this command completely with the stupid typo.
    Sorry for the mistake of rewinding something already pushed out.
    I'm totally stupid and got it backwards, sorry about that.
    earlier diff-helper '-r' option to '-M' (stands for Move; sorry but the
    And I'm not sure why did I miss this patch before. Sorry.
TheOdinProject/curriculum + (19) -
    I thought the wording of "getting your shit together" was unprofessional and jarring, so I changed it.

    Replace 'I'm sorry' with 'Sorry' in introduction_to_rspec.md
    Line 61. Further update to that paragraph for clarity and grammar. Changed 'it works the same' to 'they work the same way' to remove repetitive 'it' and complete the sentence with 'way'. It feels like a more complete thought this way. Sorry for not catching it in yesterday's edit. Thanks for what you do!
    Sorry I pasted live link twice
    added google homepage entry. Sorry if this is not the right way to do it. I am just a beginner any help and critics is appreciated.
    I'm not sure if I had successfully created the change last time, so I'm sorry if I duplicate the change.
    oops. I am sorry I edited some other parts of the doc by a mistake...
    Here it is.  And please let me know if this is the correct way.  I think I am supposed to link some *.md file, but not sure how I get a link.  Sorry, I am new.  But The Odin Project is great.  Loving it and addicting to coding.  :)
    I changed the URL to be an underscore instead of a dash. Sorry!
    The previous link opened to an error message of 'We're sorry. We can't find the article you're looking for.' . I have replaced it to a new updated link that goes to the correct support page on screen sharing.
    I am sorry...
    Oops, sorry for that!
    Sorry had to change GitHub link to my solution
    Sorry had to change GitHub link to my solution
    sorry about that
    Sorry I had it in the incorrect place first
    Sorry for my mistake, and apply the comments and suggestions.
    sorry. forgot to add link. fixed.
    Sorry for touching the command line. Hope this works better now and finds you well!
    (returning student) I added a solution as Mohammed Mahdi and deleted an old one i submitted a very long time ago as Mada Craiz it is in line 501 and is linked to a deleted page. sorry for the inconvenience.
    Sorry  , Had done a mistake before in syntax.
    Sorry  , Had done a mistake before in syntax.
    Sorry, same solution; I just updated my github username so I was reflecting the changes in my urls for the repo and the solution
    No heroku again, sorry :(
    could you please add my solution? Sorry, I didn't upload my app to heroku :(
    Last one I think. Sorry for so many... the organization of my github was starting to look to look like a junkyard!
    Sorry, I forgot to add in the preview url just now!
    Sorry for all the pull requests! I'd been meaning to rearrange how I had my repos set up.
    Sorry, my (obvious) mistake!  Now fixed as per request.
    Sorry about the extra asterix!
    Sorry for the previous pull request! Now it should be in the right order.
    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Sorry Kate for putting it in the wrong spot!
    This is my first contribution, sorry if I did something wrong. Thanks for The Odin Project, it's pretty amazing!
    Fixed my broken link to Hangman (sorry!)
    Fixed my broken link to Hangman (sorry!)
twisted/twisted + (6) -
    Revert r17926 - doesn't work on Windows (Fuck Yes I Said It)
    What the fuck?

    Don't raise the "I shit myself" error, because raising it was obscuring other errors from being reported; just print the "I shit myself" message.
    Remove 'unfortunate' (and out-dated) testing shit comment (closes #534)
    Holy *shit* -- correct EXPIRE and LOGIN-DELAY support *SORT OF*
    or someone else, is most likely going to break shit, because this
    Texinfo is a piece of shit, may it burn forever in the deepest part of hell
    don't put color shit, this is clean html

    tested in production and missed one, sorry!
    We're sorry.
    Didn't mean to commit this to trunk, sorry. :(
    Author: glyph, itamar, exarkun, (perhaps others sorry if I forgot you)
    I can't use combinator, this was some other fix.  Sorry.
    sorry I'm late I brought some quotes
    sorry guys I went a little crasy there
    blacklist VFS from this release of Core. Sorry cablehead. :(
    import sys, sorry :-(
    poking buildbot, sorry for the noise, almost done
    poking buildbot, sorry for the noise
    poking buildbot, sorry for the noise
    poking buildbot, sorry for the noise
    poking buildbot, sorry for the noise
    Moving this to my sandbox. Sorry for flooding the commit log lately.
    Oops, sorry about your head.
    Mortal limitations: back with a vengeance (accidental commit - sorry)
    Fix Lore markup.  Sorry, <font color="blue"> is *not* valid.
    Unbreak itamar's code by understanding what rstrip(chars) really means.  Sorry!
    Sorry for the frequency of commits but when you're testing against buildbot...
    committed to early, sorry.
    (Perspective.attached): 1.35 actually show a hostname.  Sorry
    Back out exarkun's cReactor.__dict__ change. Sorry, it broke on python-2.1
    Gah. Sorry.
    It's --exp not --export. sorry.
    I am an idiot, sorry.
    Leslie, so help me God, I'm sorry.
    Sorry, no docs or examples yet.  We need some good multi-service code to show
    Sorry glyph -- bascking out my changes.
    Added ability to insert html files using generate-domdocs. Sorry if this is really stupid. Should probably add css styles for html files instead of relying on the py ones.
    A second attempt at a prePathURL fix -- distributed webservers will break again (sorry)
    sorry dash, but the fact that append only takes one argument is /not/ a Python 2.x bug.
    (Sorry for the delay, cvs.twistedmatrix.com was borked)
    Sorry, glyph.
    removed LIST implementation (sorry kevin!)
diaspora/diaspora + (-25) -
    optimized images (safes a few bits and makes pagespeed shut the fuck up )
    optimized images (safes a few bits and makes pagespeed shut the fuck up )
    fuck

    shit we violoated the LDML
    in the shit

    Looks like I didn't pay enough attention while hitting that green button, sorry
    Sorry this took so long to merge in guys, I had this weird feeling that I had already done so. Looks like the 'X' button is coming after the custom popover HTML so this looks OK to merge in.
    MS DC; text now overlays for wallpaper; ALSO. really sorry @danielgrippis stuff does not work in firefox.  or safari.
    sorry aobut that [ci skip]
    sorry :( Revert "adding custom landing page for heroku" [ci skip]
    whoops, dashes and symbols, ya know, I'm sorry [ci skip]
    Uh I'm sorry about that, why did nobody every complain about this? oO
    to whoever is following along at home. I am sorry. testing travis by pushing is not fun
    unsfw - sorry Kinky Joe!
    fix typo, sorry [ci skip]
    Merge pull request #2714 from stwf/im-sorry-bye-vanna
    Merge remote branch 'upstream/master' into im-sorry-bye-vanna
    we do not need to require this file here. sorry about that
    paranthesis ftw, sorry for the noise
    sorry left some puts
    Sorry, only for the user name link
    attempt #2.  sorry to the mailing list, we will get this fixed soon
    fix the viewport for real this time.  sorry about all of the emails
    Revert "deleted unused file".  sorry!! :(
    I stop coding for today, sorry -.-
    basename vs. dirname fail -.-, sorry my bad
    fixed the batch emailer tests... sorry it took me so long
    sorry
    we need this for socketing... sorry
    we need this for socketing... sorry
    status messages validate on presence of message OR one or more photos.  took gifs out of carrierwave's whitelist, SORRY JAMIE.
    some more fixes I overlooked. Sorry
    sorry i broke the deploy script
    Sorry rspec
    sorry about that, removed tiny mce, but we still had things which inited it
    sorry for the monster commit.... 4 small chores...1) moved tons of dynamic javascript to haml partials in the new js view folder, and moved some of the js that got put in the application layout into view.js 2. set up a static config prefrence loader in initializers, loaded from yaml 3) fixed the top right login text from being pushed over. 4) fixed a bug when no user is on the node and someone hits the landing page.... you still cant create a new user from there, but now at least it doesnt blow up.
    forgot to add partial file to git...sorry
    We are sorry.
    fixed the stupid addressable bug, also started playing with 1.9.2...sorry for the spaced out commit
JuliaLang/julia + (-40) -
    Tabs to spaces. Oops, sorry. (#48687)
    bother to measure that precisely now, sorry) to ~11s.
    future. Sorry that we didn't test it in the first place! :)
    Sorry, just noticed that there were too many "defaults".
    This reverts commit d20e34f16309328f1ac731db5b0fe57656f9fce2. Sorry!
    Itchy merge finger got me.  Sorry!
    sorry, this was badly munged
    I'm sorry, this happened because I tested in `0.3.9`.
    sorry.
    sorry about that
    (sorry @jiahao) -- readthedocs.org only supports pdflatex.
    Sorry, this blue is completely illegible on dark backgrounds.
    sorry for another typo in the same comment.
    Sorry about the trouble, guys
    sorry about the trouble, folks
    Test: Oops! Sorry didn't commit the actual file base/test.jl
    Stefan, I am in a total rush (I have a visitor coming in a few minutes, for an hour-long appointment), so being not a git expert I just rolled back the tree. This temporarily inactivates your nice perf fix, sorry! I'll clean up my mess when I get a chance to breathe.
    @doobwa, thanks for the simpler implementation. Sorry about being unable
    This is likely to be unportable though. Sorry, @loladiro.
    Fix accidental strwidth regresssion (Sorry!)
    Sorry for the noise, folks. I decided that having this as a 0-based
    Sorry that took so long, Jeff.
        we don't have it yet. sorry.
      added missing file sorry!
    added missing file sorry!
    The second-to-last commit was all kinds of wrong. Sorry.
    Sorry about that, guys.
rails/rails + (23) -
    Cleanup comments a bit and fuck 80 characters

    Remove "This shit is nasty" offensive wording from active record.
    Can't code for shit.
    All grown up and shit!
    No idea why on earth this hash key isn't already optimized by MRI, but it isn't. :shit:
    Stop using padding in the generated Gemfile -- it looks shit
    Everyone is running bundler, no need for defensive programming shit
    If you set a js_compressor, it means that you want shit compressed -- we dont need a second option to turn that on
    Do not inherit from Rack::Response, remove a shit-ton of unused code.
    No need to rescue here. Invoking the wrong method in an object can happen anywhere if you are not careful. In other words, test your shit.
    Fixes "Rack-mount boot time is slow as shit" [#3567 state:resolved]
    shit out of Rails core until we fix it.

    Sorry for this noise. I just want to figure out whether it is something unique
    I am so sorry. I accidentally applied this on top of another PR to do
    > For context to non-rails core: I also maintain sprockets (though a release hasn't happened in some time, sorry), and I have commit to Rails. I'm not some rando trying to push arbitrary links to READMEs on GitHub.
    place. Sorry we didn't catch this during code review :cry:
    I'm sorry for causing #24168. I wasn't aware of --no-helper and --no-assets.
    Sorry, forgot to include in my main PR :(
    Sorry for forgetting to include it in my original PR :grimacing:
    Sorry, I missed a few places in my last PR. This should be the last of
    I'm sorry but I would rather not link to a 7 year old blog post [ci skip]
    PR is needed to. Sorry! :sweat:
    sorry @robin850.
    This commit was added by mistake, sorry :bow:
    Sorry; I forgot about the guides when I submitted this patch.
    Revert "Small correction to contributing_to_rails in the section for testing ActiveRecord
"

This reverts commit 0cfbaa030a0684aaa89d3d3c85528e80c1995836.
Sorry did not see the section on MySql and PostgreSQL

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    Sorry for editing this file.
    Reason: Sorry, CHANGELOGs can't be edited via docrails.
    cleans up PS1. Sorry lifo :)
    cleans up PS1. Sorry lifo :)
    sorry, the CI cannot lie to us anymore (Part II)
    sorry, the CI cannot lie to us anymore
    Reason: Sorry, CHANGELOGs can only be edited in master.
    sorry AR, my privates are none of your business
    Sorry, wrong patch applied.
    Sorry Pratik, typoed your name :)
    Fix has_many :through to add the appropriate conditions when going through an association using STI. Closes #5783. [Jonathan Viney]  (sorry, forgot to commit the actual files)
    sorry.  We discussed this on IRC and reached the conclusion that it was
scikit-learn/scikit-learn + (37) -
Author: Vinicius Rios Fuck <viniciusrf1992@gmail.com>
Author: Vinicius Rios Fuck <viniciusrf1992@gmail.com>
Author: Vinicius Rios Fuck <viniciusrf1992@gmail.com>

    Update to mean shit clustering narrative documentation.

    Updated the code, sorry for putting in lackluster pull requests. Will put in more attention to detail, something silly like putting in commands after the function ended was easy to prevent.
    sorry, i'm rusty
    Resolve the Circle error. Sorry for the mess.
    Two typo on my change, sorry
    Trailing comma removed, sorry.
    @agramfort: sorry: a better read of the code told me that it was
    Sorry for the noise.
    Sorry, I should have reviewed #2978 more carefully.
    Sorry for the noise.
    Sorry, should have tested.
    revert: reverted l1_ratio change - not SGDRegressor - sorry
    Sorry for the noise :s
    ugly. Sorry
    FIX whoops sorry!
    FIX bug in callable kernel decision function - Sorry, I think that was me.
    FIX manifold example - sorry, my bad.
    Sorry about that.
    FIX two more docstrings. Sorry.
    FIX docstring for count vectorizer. Sorry about that.
    MISC Added unconfigured windows box to mailmap. Sorry about that.
    Fix broken bot (sorry for that!)
    MISC scikits.learn removal at .12. I'm not so good at counting, sorry.
    FIX whooops sorry
    Sorry, other typo
lballabio/QuantLib + (-1) -
    Remove comment, I had decided not to include that class in the PR and forgot to remove the comment, sorry
    integration of the incomplete Rev16626 (sorry for the partial commit)
    Added missing includes (my fault--sorry, folks)
    added sensitivity analysis functions (sorry... I forgot to add these new files)
    fixed (infinite loop) bug (part 2... sorry folks)
    reordered Smilesection (sorry for breaking up this change in multiple commits)
    reverted wrong header file inclusion (sorry for the inconvenient)
    cleaned up header inclusion (part 2: sorry it should have been committed together with rev 12193)
    commit 11857 fix sorry for the disruption
    another commit fix, sorry again folks, it seems that my complier is no longer recompiling dependencies has it occurred to anyone ?
    CapsStripper is back, sorry for all these poor commits guys
    CapsStripper compilation pb quick fix, it will be temporarily unavailable, sorry for the inconvenience folks
    rev 10953 missing files committed, sorry folks
    tests were commented out, now restored, sorry folks
    - fixed mismatched files (sorry folks)
    another sequel of my last commit, sorry again for that guys
    sequel of my last commit, sorry for that guys
    yet another batch of uneeded or too general headers removed, sorry for the disturbance folks :-)
    abcdinterpolation.hpp removed from project files, sorry for the inconvenience folks !
    LevenbergMarquardt ambiguity removed, sorry for the delay Luigi
    restoring proper files... sorry
    ooppss inclusion fixed, sorry for the inconvenience
    sorry...
    sorry...
openwrt/openwrt + (29) -
    add support for the Brain Fuck Scheduler v230 for 2.6.30 (disabled by default)

    Hm... exfat in 5.4 kernel  that we did crap shit long time ago is

    (Sorry about my english, it is not my native language)
    Sorry, I missed these when removing linux v5.10 support...
    - updates *arm-boot-add-dts-files.patch correctly (sorry, my mistake)
    Sorry for the back-to-back releases. This fixes a regression spotted by Eric
    [sorry, for unfixing the 80-lines eyesores.]
    Right patch version this time, sorry!
    We're sorry -- the Sourceforge site is currently in Disaster Recovery
    Seems like my second try was again whitespace broken. Sorry for the noise.
    This should fix the issue, sorry for the noise.
    sorry about the broken commit earlier
    this add json-c 0.12, sorry forgot to push this earlier today
    Sorry for not having explained myself better in v1 of this patch.
        sorry - this program has been built without plugin support
    sorry, forgot to make target/update before commiting the last patch
    sorry .....
    Corrected patch ath79 insted of auth79. Sorry.
    sorry, the downside when applying patches with patch
    m4 is now available, sorry for trouble
    some correction (sorry, was compiling old files)
    Oops! I've copied r7557 instead of r7757, sorry
    I got the first one wrong. Spacing isn't quite right. oops. (sorry Kaloz)
    sorry, last commit had a bug
    remove problematic untested patch, sorry bad commit
fyne-io/fyne + (-3) -
    oops, remove the debug sorry
    Fix broken tests, sorry
    Fix formatting, sorry
    Add back the NewGetter commands, sorry
    This does break the recent PR (sorry) but we don't want to release
    Oops, add missing doc sorry
    Add missing doc, sorry
    Format: Sorry, temporary repo had no git hooks
    And fix method ordering, sorry
    add missing doc, sorry
    Somehow a vendored file was updated without the mod version, sorry
    Looks like my git hooks are missing on windows, sorry
    sorry, fix formatting
    oops, missed the format hook sorry
    Fix strange nil comparison bug on last commit, sorry
    Yeah, this is fix for #444, updated the code to fit requirements, sorry
    Yeah, this is fix for #444, updated the code to fit requirements, sorry
    Fix up popup tests - sorry!
    Breaks the fyne desktop import path, sorry (get rid of app/util ugly).
    Fix windows compile error, I need sleep, sorry
    Add missing test file, sorry
    I broke the tests by not committing this change, sorry
    oops, formatting - sorry
Homebrew/legacy-homebrew + (-41) -
    Add one more test to assert the presence and correctness of a `fuck`
    Also fuck you dumb user who can't figure out what "No such file or directory - getcwd" means so you force me to waste half an hour fixing it for you.
    I'd happily never upgrade pkg-config. Glib is a hideous and bloated POS, generally you can avoid installing it, but now fucking pkg-config depends on it. Fuck that.

    It is fucking amazing how much shit breaks if CWD is invalid. Fucking amazing.
    Rationale: people break their installs by mixing sudo and non-sudo usage. They are used to having to `sudo port install` and shit like that, so I understand why the mixing happens.

    My fault, sorry!
    and "Sorry, but the website you are looking for is suspended."
    Sorry get the wrong one in the previous commit
    Sorry :(
    Please reinstall swig. Sorry :(
    using "without-x" anyway. Sorry!
    Sorry.
    Sorry for this regression. HEARTS AND HUGS --mxcl
    Sorry, I meant to use ENV.compiler
    added as commented-out code (I'm sorry) so that maintainers can uncomment
    Fix syntax error, sorry about that.
    this caused problems for us. Sorry Rogue Amoeba. I'd suggest not installing your
    Sorry for the noise.
    Missing end. Doing too many things at once. Sorry.
    Dumb mistake. Sorry.
    Fix Qt X11 changes indentation. Sorry, vim sucks!
    lsof bump 4.84 correction (sorry)
    We shouldn't ever really have these but better to be safe than sorry.
    Sorry about this not fixed previously. Not sure why.
    Sorry, fixes syntax error
    My idea of tidy, sorry Adam…
    Fix fish formula due to bad cherry-pick -- sorry :(
fish-shell/fish-shell + (-29) -
    Sorry!
    safe than sorry.
    Sorry!
    This was an experiment that was accidentally committed. Sorry!
    I wasn't aware we printed the fallback bindings anywhere, sorry!
    Sorry!
    Missed these, sorry!
    Sorry!
    Sorry!
    This failed to propagate the exit status. Sorry!
    Sorry!
    This is a bit embarassing, sorry!
    Sorry!
    Missed an underscore, sorry!
    Yeah, this merge is a bit dirty. Sorry!
    * Sorry for the empty file
    * Sorry for the empty file again
    harness itself is written in bash - sorry - because we're testing the
    Sorry. This fixes the not-quoted variables.
    --force - sorry, I wouldn't want to waste space in git repository), so I
bitcoin/bitcoin + (-30) -
      21:14:58 BlueMatt: shit like BOOST_FOREACH, sure

      I'm sorry about that.
      I introduced a bug in #22677 (sorry! :sweat_smile:)
      Sorry, I somehow missed this...
      - `windeploy/unsigned` should be inside `distsrc-*` and created idempotently (sorry I know this one annoyed people)
      Sorry for breaking it.
      This is a follow-up to #18126 which broke Travis. Sorry about that :)
      Sorry for introducing a bug.
      The fuzzing harness did not fulfil that pre-condition prior to this commit (sorry, my fault!) :)
      Sorry for clickbait, this is only a move-only scripted-diff commit and one documentation commit.
      Sorry about the temporary breakage my fuzzing friends: it took a while to fuzz before reaching these code paths. That's why this wasn't immediately caught. Sorry.
      Sorry for incomplete solution provided in #16701. It’s especially sad that the line I missed lies in only 7 lines from the code touched in #16701.
        ACK fab0c82, sorry for the misconception.
      Sorry for ruin the travis ci system in #14231
      21:16:36 fanquake: Yea sorry, not the whole lot, but we can remove a decent chunk. Just looking into what else needs to be done to replace some of the less involved Boost usage.
      As introduced by (my suggestion, sorry, in) #11512, failed dns resolves end up as oneshots. But failed oneshots are re-added as oneshots, so we need to make sure that we're not queuing these up forever after failed resolves.
    Sorry for the churn on this, but the current message (introduced in #9073)
    Sorry, my own fault this time.
    Sorry, Jakob, it was changed on accident by poedit.
ansible/ansible + (-8) -
    Thank you felixfontein, sorry I missed this detail.
    TL;DR I jumped the gun, sorry, Bot will catch up and merge open PRs shortly.
    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    - Didn't work before, I had bad code. I'm sorry.
    Variable ansible_rsync_path looks to not be documented anywhere. If documented, needs to be said that is does not belong to synchronise options, instead belongs to tasks. (Sorry, I have no better wording)
    Too much mail to keep up with vmware_guest, sorry
    Sorry
    Sorry for the typography fault. The day begins badly.
    * Sorry
    Please merge and sorry.
    there are no unit tests for playbook_executor.py.  Sorry!
    I should read more than a sentence at a time when I'm correcting typos—sorry for the typo correction spam ;)
    Update apt module so that environment variables are set correctly since not going through shell.  Very sorry folks, it will be addressed.
    Attribute author of virt correctly (sorry)
    Attribute author of virt correctly (sorry)
    Adding missing colon... can't believe I missed that... sorry
    Adding missing colon... can't believe I missed that... sorry
bazelbuild/bazel + (5) -
    - narrow the scope of various try blocks (sorry, messy diff).
    Sorry for the messy diff. A number of things have crossed the boundary
    This is a breaking API change for Copybara. Sorry.
    Sorry, Ingo.
    sorry) asserts that we still do zero stats for an empty output and that
    Another breaking API change for Copybara. Sorry. One day this will all be over.
    This is inevitably a breaking API change (sorry copybara).
    (Sorry, forgot about this utility.)
    in the same Bazel binary---but better safe than sorry.)
    test suite expansion, and they are not consistent. Sorry about that.
    I should have written this comment more precisely. I am sorry I didn't. I vaguely recall some issues where the PackageFactory usage would do some scan of all the skylark classes and do some mutation to global state (this wouldn't normally be a problem since for blaze/bazel, there's one PackageFactory instance created per blaze/bazel server, and it's created at the beginning of the server).
    In my first attempt, I was doing too much - I was also trying to save the CPU-costs in the env.update call (dispatches to the just-created lexical frame, and calls LexicalFrame#put, which does an unnecessary mutability sanity check, etc) and in doing so completely missed the above bugs. Sorry.
    The previous tests (internal-only, sorry) were checking for the total
    This is just a minor fix because when this call happens, the other thread is not running yet, but better be safe than sorry.
    safe than sorry.
    Sorry, there was no good way to do this piecemeal.
EasyCorp/EasyAdminBundle + (-4) -
    It broke because the HTML structure was different when creating items in an empty collection VS a non-empty one (sorry for not testing this case). This has been fixed by adding the missing `<div>` with the required `[data-empty-collection]` attribute.
    Sorry, I overlooked this until now. Without this message - if we forget to create a CRUD controller - we get an error message which does not help:
    Sorry, this was wrong from me!
    Sorry, this was wrong
    The changing assets links creates a problem for us. I know it can be solved with WebpackEncoreBundle Twig functions ... but I don't want to increase the friction of using EasyAdmin by requiring other bundles installations and configuration (besides the basic and common Symfony bundles). Sorry!
    Oops, I introduced a bug, sorry...
    Oops, I introduced a bug, sorry...
    @wouterj sorry to bother you ... but this code calls to `$route->getRouteCollection();` and if I remember it right, you insisted that the method should not be used. In fact, Symfony Docs say exactly that: https://symfony.com/doc/current/routing.html#checking-if-a-route-exists
    It may seem a small difference from the screenshots, but it's pretty bad when you have many fields mixed together in the same form, sorry for that.
    This finishes the work done by @alterphp on #2538. I'm sorry but I couldn't send my commits to your pull request, so I've created a new pull request based on yours. I've maintained your original commits so you'll get full credit for your work.
    Sorry I'm not express and I was forced to create two pull request :|
    @weaverryan @ifdattic I'm sorry I didn't add this earlier! Cheers.
    Some people commented this problem too in some issue comment, but I lost the reference to it. I'm sorry.
    @ogizanagi sorry for being picky. Your PR is completely correct, but in the original PR I used the ternary operator to simplify code (which of course was wrong). Looking at your solution, I think it's better to use two `if` instead of chaining ternary operators.
    I'm really sorry for having merged a previous pull request that contained bugs. I wanted to merge that bugfix soon and I couldn't wait for Travis to finish :(
    @ogizanagi appears as the sole author of `EasyAdminExtension` and `EasyAdminFormType` Thanks! @Pierstoval unfortunately for you, authorship is not included in the tests classes, which is where you created the classes. I'm sorry about this.
django/django + (-1) -
    3b966c2b73. Sorry!
    Sorry, I couldn't stand the inconsistency between the two databases anymore.
    Sorry.
    Sorry, accidental commit, Thanks claudep for catching it!
    Fix the staticfiles_tests and django.conf to not think that None meant a lazy object hadn't been evaluated.  Thanks to Jannis for informing me that I broke the test suite (if you were harmed by this I'll buy you a cookie).  Sorry.
    Added file missing from [15696], sorry for breakage.
    Fixed Chris' name in AUTHORS -- sorry
    Revert [7991] - [7993]. I was committing from the wrong branch. Sorry 'bout
    [docs] And even more svn:keywords fooling. Sorry about the timeline spam.
    Testing once again -- sorry!.
    One more tweak to [6309] - sorry for the noise.
    Added missing files from [6202] - sorry.
    Cleaned up [4924]. Sorry; wasn't concentrating enough.
    Added a tearDown to the tests for #639 so that the "uploaded" image doesn't clog /tmp. Sorry, Joseph!
    Added Jay Parlar to AUTHORS -- sorry I missed you the first time, Jay!
ptmt/react-native-macos + (-6) -
    I am sorry, sumkit. You are still awesome. :)
    I had fixed this locally but hadn't updated the original pull request, sorry. This commit is working for us in production.
    This was a lie, background color is not supported (yet). Sorry for the false hopes :)
    I considered updating RNTester but I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to get it to compile on my machine, sorry ;-) I can confirm my change works when applied directly in the node_modules of an existing RN project.
    This should probably be two separate diffs, sorry. It takes forever to test these things on fb4a though.
    I also looked through listed issues to try and find a previous attempt to fix this error but couldn't find any references, sorry if I missed anything.
    (Sorry for inconvenience, could've been removed by mistake!)
    Unbreak compiling error - sorry
    Sorry, don't have time to write tests. 😢
    Sorry for trivial one, but I feel no need to share '.iml' in a project, so it should be ignored.
    I'm also adding Nullable annotation in a bunch of places. To lazy to send it as a separate change - sorry.
    Summary:This adds missing check and promise reject for failing network requests. Which was missing in the fetch.js update. Sorry for the trouble.
    > Sorry to chime in super late but I actually think that this is harmful to support .jsx extension. We now live in a world where we have many transforms for es6, flow, jsx... Why would we add .jsx but not .flow or .es6. Supporting more extensions is only going to fragment tools even more.
    Actually submitting the right number. Sorry for the spam :(
compiler-explorer/compiler-explorer + (-22) -
     it was bothering some people no longer active in CE, sorry!
    Hopefully fixes #2529 (sorry @partouf but I'm sure we'll have plenty
     from the begining - SOrry it took so long to get it started!
    Oh my word; I can't believe I still got this wrong. Sorry all. See #1791
    Sorry... Sorry
    Sorry, I had to do this
    Fix 'undefined' name (CC @samkellett - I missed this on the review, sorry)
    Sorry about that!
    It totally slipped by. Sorry!
    be safe than sorry
    Fixed typo that prevented code highlighting. Sorry about that
    Fixed typo that prevented code highlighting. Sorry about that
    Sorry for not rebasing (no features changed).
    Sorry for the messy diff in this commit: I changed my mind on how I compute the
Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5 + (-1) -
    I've accidentally overwritten the correct file when adding the tc-small-gap classes ... SORRY!
    ... sorry @Jermolene
    sorry for this, too
    sorry for the mistake
    my mistake, sorry to all!
    * ah, sorry, "fixed" wrong spot
    @felixhayashi sorry I should have realised earlier that it’s worth
    Sorry @xcazin I think you may need to do some clearing up after this
    @giffmex - I’m sorry I should document these things but you’ll see I’ve
    sorry, updated as @Eucaly
    @giffmex - sorry I should have been clearer. We’ll only call things an
    Sorry @xcazin I missed you off the last release note
    I feel ashamed :( Somehow this slipped me :( Sorry!
    changed to conform to Jeremy's standards - sorry…
phacility/phabricator + (0) -
    Also, I know that there is some http stuff in libphutil's futures library, but the https future is shit and I need to do some custom curlopt stuff I wasn't sure how to do with that. But if you think this should be refactored, let me know.

      - Reloaded Diffusion a bunch, sometimes saw the `while/if` buffer race and produce a 4MB file with a prompt to download it. (Other times, the buffer worked right and the page just says "this file is too big, sorry").
      - More than 100 parents and children: just the "sorry, too much stuff" error message.
    Summary: These were missing. Sorry, need to fix this interface someday.
    Also, sorry to step on toes here -- I thought no one was assigned and was curious about loadRelativeEdges and here we are...
    Summary: Tightens up spacing, remove some of the borders, add alpha channel, make them all blue (sorry, red green and yellow are for 'status'). If we want to do more colors just for hovercards, I have a brown and a black in the mock, but would like to try just blue for now.
    Sorry, I'm bad with puns
    Summary: wanted to play with some policy stuff as its been a bit. Turns out you can't edit questions so this is very silly "so long as you are a user you can view it" policy. also sorry if you have a diff or twelve out for this in your sandbox(es).
    (hsb: Sorry for stealing your task! It hadn't been updated in two months
    Sorry this took so long, had a bunch of stuff going on today.
    Sorry to spam reviewers; Evan is in Diablo 3 somewhere. :D
    But better safe than sorry.
      - Force all usernames to lowercase (sorry Girish, Makinde).
    make the cut. Sorry, tomo. ;_;
    Take Tuomas's first diff. Sorry, my bad on diff feedback.
facebook/flow + (-20) -
    //           ^^^^^ shit, StrictReservedWord! rollback
    //           ^^^^^ shit, StrictReservedWord! rollback
    //           ^^^^^ shit, StrictReservedWord! what a surprise! show it to the user
    //                  ^^ shit! unexpected =>! error again
    //           ^^^^^ shit, StrictReservedWord! it's ok, keep going

    I'm sorry for not updating tests 😦`make` and `yarn install` both still failing for me.
    Splitting this diff is rather difficult, I'm afraid. Sorry!
    Updates the `statement` and `toplevels` functions in `statement.ml` to produce unit ASTs. Sorry for the big diff.
    In general the reasons attached to refined variables is in a sorry state. Should
    I promised Sam that I'd add this comment and then forgot. Sorry
    sorry, no.
    1. When an LSP proxy gets a first Initialize request over its connection, it should first check whether any other LSP proxies are connected to the same singleton backend server. If they aren't, fine, it can proceed. If there are, then it should fail the Initialize request, and give back a ResponseError saying "Sorry another client is connected at the moment" with the retry flag set to true.
    The JSX stuff seems pretty spotty in some areas and I'm making it worse. Sorry.
    Sorry about this. Didn't realize I had introduced it.
    Now that the new gorgeous docs are out, I feel really sorry for not having helped like I promised and I think the minimum I can do is to fill some of the remaining the gaps.
    First off, sorry this diff is so large. It was difficult to remove `RestT` bit by bit at this point while making sure that `RestT` didn't show up in the wrong place.
    sorry for the microdiffs, i'm switching branches a lot to compare before and after, and landing these debugging changes makes it easier.
    so yeah...sorry for the big commit.
    so I landed the thing, but I should have tried rerunning it... sorry
jenkinsci/jenkins + (5) -
    Thanks @kzantow and sorry for missing this!!
    Jesse doesn't like this, but I think he understands where I'm coming from. Sorry Jesse,
    do not remove maven installation which does not have a home, like maven installation with automatic installer (bug associated with JENKINS-14510 fix ... sorry..)
    issue 7275 was not reported in tagged changelog, sorry
    Sorry my mistake.
      [FIXED HUDSON-2373] Modified to work with Maven 2.1. Sorry for a long delay, folks. This change will be in 1.305.
    [FIXED HUDSON-2373] Modified to work with Maven 2.1. Sorry for a long delay, folks. This change will be in 1.305.
        compilation problem. sorry.
      compilation problem. sorry.
    compilation problem. sorry.
    [FIXED HUDSON-1061] Applied a patch and then adjusted the rendering slightly. Sorry for the delay and thank you for the patch. In 1.265.
    [FIXED HUDSON-2547] Added stax API. Sorry for the delay. In 1.265.
    sorry for committing SNAPSHOT dependency
rubygems/rubygems + (-4) -
    fuck raise and slowness

    Co-authored-by: Masha <no.public@email.sorry>
Author: Masha <no.public@email.sorry>
    Sorry I missed this in #2529.
    I messed up the path to the PR review guide from an earlier PR. Sorry.
    Sorry about cosmetic PR. I just wanted to contributing something. :smile:
    (I'm sorry.)
    Revert .consolerc (sorry, @andremediros :grimace:)
    Merge pull request #3032 from jamesotron/sorry-parndt
    sorry future self!
    TODO: We need to write a test but I don't have a time for now. Sorry. :<
    Don't modify $LOAD_PATH. Sorry...
    Forgot to remove test_gem_gem_path_searcher.rb, sorry!
    Stupid windows bug on my part... Deferring to Pathname.absolute?. Sorry.
Homebrew/brew + (-5) -
    Also fuck you dumb user who can't figure out what "No such file or directory - getcwd" means so you force me to waste half an hour fixing it for you.

    It is fucking amazing how much shit breaks if CWD is invalid. Fucking amazing.
    Rationale: people break their installs by mixing sudo and non-sudo usage. They are used to having to `sudo port install` and shit like that, so I understand why the mixing happens.

    Also add some who were missing (sorry folks) and our Linux maintainers.
    Merge pull request #4342 from reitermarkus/sudo-sorry-try-again
    Fix `sudo` “Sorry, try again.” delay.
    Sorry.
    added as commented-out code (I'm sorry) so that maintainers can uncomment
    Fix syntax error, sorry about that.
    this caused problems for us. Sorry Rogue Amoeba. I'd suggest not installing your
    Sorry for the noise.
    Missing end. Doing too many things at once. Sorry.
    Dumb mistake. Sorry.
    We shouldn't ever really have these but better to be safe than sorry.
    My idea of tidy, sorry Adam…
GeoNode/geonode + (9) -
    revert previous commit, sorry
    revert previous commit, sorry
    revert previous commit, sorry
    revert previous commit, sorry
    revert previous commit, sorry
      Sorry flake8!
    Sorry flake8!
      sorry flake8
    sorry flake8
    Reverting last commits, as it is breaking things (sorry!).
    added missing profile template file back (sorry paolo)
    Debug == True.  Sorry about that.
silexphp/Silex + (4) -
    Sorry, I think I got confused by the security flag, I understand the stateless one.
    @GromNaN Sorry still new to this what do you mean by section titles?
    (this is my first pull request and now I see I should have done it in separate branch; sorry. I hope I didn't broke anything)
    Just did another rebase - how long does it usually take for a one line PR to get accepted or rejected? Sorry, but I do not know what else to do other than bumping this thread every now and then...
    Sorry for the errors, is it ok now?
    @stof Sorry, I wasn't suggesting that Silex be modified to accommodate my application class specifically.  I'm not actually sure of the solution here, perhaps change the interface to look like so:
    Nevermind about "json_request_body", i thought the website was up to date, sorry!
    Sorry and waiting for your comments
    Oh sorry, didn't get what the problem was.
    Sorry for all these "code style" errors, I'm still not enough used to Symfony 2 coding standards - but I'll get them ! :-)
    Sorry, you're right @jeromemacias. Since the values of ```$app['dbs.options']``` seem to be simple scalars, iterating though ```$tmp``` values, even by reference, does not affect ```$app['dbs.options']``` values. I thought ```$app['dbs.options']``` values where Objects (in that case, the code would have been ok).
    I doubt the setting of Suhosin. If not, I'm sorry.
EbookFoundation/free-programming-books + (-28) -
    Hi sorry, it took so long to resolve this conflict.
    Sorry,but it is my first PR so struggling a little bit.
    * Sorry, removed trailing slash
    Sorry,but it is my first PR so struggling a little bit.
    Sorry,but it is my first PR so struggling a little bit.
    Sorry,but it is my first PR so struggling a little bit.
    * Sorry for the spelling mistake.
    Sorry for the error, fixed the spaces so that the linting will now work.
    sorry.
    *  Sorry, Corrigir e retirei o link
    (this is my first pull request, so if I make silly mistakes, sorry and please correct me! :))
    Last update. Sorry.
meilisearch/MeiliSearch + (24) -
    This PR is a reimplementation of https://github.com/meilisearch/meilisearch/pull/2803, on the new engine. Thanks for your idea and initial PR `@MixusMinimax;` sorry I couldn’t update/merge your PR. Way too many changes happened on the engine in the meantime.
    While updating the test suite, I also noticed an issue with the indexed_documents value of failed tasks and had to update it. I also named a bunch of snapshots that had no name, sorry 😬
    I also named a bunch of snapshots that had no name sorry 😬
    Sorry, This PR is mainly to fix the problems caused by my previously provided PR #3164. It causes multiple ndjson data deserialization failures
    `@ivanionut` for your information, I'm sorry I should have better checked before accepting the PR, this is my bad
    * reformat, sorry @kero
    + cargo fmt, oops, sorry for the bad history :(
    P.S: sorry for this monstrous PR :'(
    `@Kerollmops` This should be the last PR for the geosearch and error handling, sorry for doing it in so many steps :grimacing:
    Sorry for that, here is the fix
    Sorry I left this update in the code (I'm confused because no issues was open to update `facetsDistribution`), there might have been a confusion with `fieldsDistribution` that has been renamed into `fieldDistribution`. Sorry!
    @bidoubiwa  @curquiza @eskombro, this was a misunderstanding from our side. Doing this would in fact be an error, and would prevent us to do this: https://github.com/meilisearch/MeiliSearch/issues/945#issuecomment-685526678, which is what we are really after. We are resetting this to its default behaviour before it goes in prodution. Sorry for the confusion.
facebook/rocksdb + (-40) -
    folly: LRUCache before this change, with folly enabled (distributed mutex) but on an old compiler (sorry)
    I deleted the original repo for some reason. Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Sorry for the large pull-request, I have broken it down into many small atomic commits though.
    Sorry about this extra PR, as my workflow was messed up when I checked in another work item by accident.
    sorry if these gcc-7/clang-4 cleanups are getting tedious.
    Summary: Ooops, sorry about this.
    Summary: I was pretty sure I compiled this before landing, sorry :/
    I have no idea how I didn't catch this terrible bug when writing a diff, sorry about that :(
    for this diff. Sorry, if I forgot someone or add someone by mistake.
    I came across this while working on column families. CorruptionTest::RecoverWriteError threw a SIGSEG because the descriptor_log_->file() was nullptr. I'm not sure why it doesn't happen in master, but better safe than sorry.
    util/env_posix.cc:68:24: sorry, unimplemented: non-static data member initializers
    util/env_posix.cc:113:24: sorry, unimplemented: non-static data member initializers
ppy/osu + (30) -
    Merge pull request #19212 from peppy/fix-audio-equality-fuck
    Merge pull request #19050 from peppy/fix-mono-fuck-off
    Merge pull request #18811 from peppy/fix-realm-migration-fuck
    Merge pull request #17997 from peppy/fix-what-the-fuck
    Merge pull request #17416 from peppy/skin-fuck
    Merge branch 'master' into skin-fuck
    fuck.

    Rename EF classes to allow for shit to hit the fan
    Merge pull request #15567 from peppy/serialisation-shit
    Fix the shit
    Fix much dropdown shit.
    Tidy shit up; reduce number of unnecssesary events being fired.

    Damn, i forgor. Sorry, CI runners.
    Seems to only happen in tests, but better safe than sorry.
    Sorry for the revert-unrevert, rushly pushed without realizing it
    sorry about the style fixes... I'm using JetBrains Rider from now on.
    Revert "Revert "forgot to remove something... sorry""
    Revert "forgot to remove something... sorry"
    forgot to remove something... sorry
    Sorry, bot overlords.
    I'm done experimenting, sorry
    Now handles drag at a PlaylistList.ItemsScrollContainer level (private class), and PlaylistList itself is no longer a Container so it only supports adding BeatmapSets. Sorry for the rewrite x.x.
    Fix license headers (sorry I have to do this as post-processing for now cos VS 2017...).
    Better safe than sorry
PHP-CS-Fixer/PHP-CS-Fixer + (-2) -
    sorry found ~another~ more typos of backquotes while reading in bed :)
    Using the baseline approach does not work as any contribution needs to update it anyway. So let's go back to a stable level and fix errors step by step as was done until level 5. Sorry about that.
    Forgot to do this one (sorry 😬), reference: #3568
    hopefully, if not, @SpacePossum , @julienfalque , I'm leaving the fix to be done by you, sorry :(
    Continued from #3210, sorry for the new PR, couldn't figure out how to rebase it to 2.2. Closes #3207
    Really pedantic sorry
    sorry for that mistake in #1894!
    Tags should be case sensitive. This was my bad when I wrote this stuff originally. Sorry.
    Very sorry for implementing this wrong the first time. :/
    sorry, #307 actually did not fix the issue.
    I'm sorry for the latency and the wrong try, I really hope this can be the good one!
    Yep, sorry :\
symfony/framework-bundle + (26) -
    @frosas relying on X.Y.* is painful because you always need to wait until someone updates the constraint to get the new version. Of course using ~1.3 like in this PR means if I fuck up and break BC people will update to it, but that's a less likely occurrence than the alternative I think, so I would rather not use X.Y.*

    Sorry for the inconvenience :)
    @fabpot I know I keep insisting on this one and I am sorry for that but I think this should be considered as a bug fix (see the PR header for details) and should be merged in 2.2. I think the Symfony core should be exemplary as it is used by many developers as a template when creating their own bundle. *This PR is no more a WIP and can be merged right now*.
    YES YES YES :+1:. Sorry for my enthusiasm, but I already copy pasted the PropertyPath class to some of my libraries to avoid linking to the whole Form component. I thus will be glad to officially use this component into my libraries via composer.
    @frosas sorry I didn't get you still had the problem. I tagged a 2.1.7 of monologbundle which hopefully fixes your issue.
    @bschussek Yes I mean this case =) Sorry for not being explicit, I need some coffee I think =)
    ah sorry, I looked at the patch too fast. Only the interface is moved
    Wasn't aware that github omits the trailing white line, sorry.
    _Edit: Sorry, couldn't resist adding a private helper class again!_
    Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Sorry, I didn't think that we would be an issue since the Bundle "Best Practices" states to not include other bundles as dependencies.
    damn sorry i have accidentally close the pull request ;(
    added missing change from previous commit (sorry :()
kivy/kivy + (-29) -
    Not obvious if this is needed, but better safe than sorry..
    Sorry about insignificant edits but ... fastest time to do it right when I'm reading it.
    sorry about the syntax error
    Forgot to remove it after experimenting, sorry :tongue:
    Sorry i mixed up the syntax the last time
    Sorry I broke it...buyt why I don't understand yet....
    Just forgot to add a new empty line after a subtitle. Sorry
    window: fix callback for schedule_once (it's late, sorry.)
    examples: add a very short example with scatter + video, and include trailer of big buck bunny. (sorry about that 3mo file, but that's the smallest and open source interesting video i've known ^^)
    fix mixed tabs/spaces. sorry; my vim didn't think pyx should be treated as python
    bump version to 1.0.3 (invalid process in the release, sorry.)
    mactouch: Fix mactouch input provider. (I broke it during pep8 conversion, sorry)
Linuxbrew/brew + (-26) -
    Also fuck you dumb user who can't figure out what "No such file or directory - getcwd" means so you force me to waste half an hour fixing it for you.

    It is fucking amazing how much shit breaks if CWD is invalid. Fucking amazing.
    Rationale: people break their installs by mixing sudo and non-sudo usage. They are used to having to `sudo port install` and shit like that, so I understand why the mixing happens.

    Also add some who were missing (sorry folks) and our Linux maintainers.
    Merge pull request #4342 from reitermarkus/sudo-sorry-try-again
    Fix `sudo` “Sorry, try again.” delay.
    Sorry.
    added as commented-out code (I'm sorry) so that maintainers can uncomment
    Fix syntax error, sorry about that.
    this caused problems for us. Sorry Rogue Amoeba. I'd suggest not installing your
    Sorry for the noise.
    Missing end. Doing too many things at once. Sorry.
    Dumb mistake. Sorry.
    We shouldn't ever really have these but better to be safe than sorry.
    My idea of tidy, sorry Adam…
owncloud/core + (10) -
    If this is not the case, we go with "better save then sorry" and don't change
    Better save then sorry
    sorry, this is my first one
    Better to be safe than sorry ;)
    finally remove the file size obfuscation as it had more disadvantages. I was wrong, sorry.
    Sorry guys, I commit the incomplete code. It should be window.location.assign(url);
    fixing syntax error - sorry for that
    fixing syntax error - sorry for that
    fixing syntax error - sorry for that
    Wrong file - Sorry!
    Start of the refactoring. Commit is quite big because I forgot to use git right from the beginning. Sorry.
openlayers/openlayers + (-2) -
    Worked fine before, but better safe than sorry.
    finally, this is the good version of the unit tests for the #2320 ticket, sorry for the noise
    last bit of tabs. sorry this was so clunky, in the middle of another patch. (no functional change)
    Add Edgemaster to the doc/authors.txt file (Sorry!)
    sorry, had committed wrong versions of SVG.js and VML.js. Fixed now.(references #1157)
    now also committed the removal of the imageSrc property definition in Popup.FramedCloud. avlee's original patch is perfectly sane. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks elemoine for the hint. (references #1475)
    sorry, forgot about this jpg
    that the Ajax test fails. Sorry to all; I'm a bad OL dev.
    sorry. last few bits of #441
    r1694->r1777. I'm sorry to all those of you who might have checked out that
    forgot a comma. sorry.
ocornut/imgui + (-2) -
    Somehow interesting for (#3795, #4559). sorry this will break PR for 3795 but we got the info.
    (Amend, force-push: sorry wrong edit by omar)
    Sorry this is an unusual breaking but since we are WIP it is a good time to make a correction.
    Internal: Renamed fields + minor tweaks (probably shallow break stack-layout pr, sorry!)
    Removed another msileading difference between the hovered functions (IsWindowContentHoverable() uses the root window already). Sorry for the commit spam! (making small commit to easily be able to Bisect those in case I make a mistake)
    Sorry!
    Style: rename ScrollbarWidth to ScrollbarSize (sorry!)
    Selectable() changed prototype moved flags before size. size override should rarely have been used! sorry. #125
    Sorry if you used this parameter already.
    Plot: size provided to PlotHistogram(), PlotLines() include the padding (sorry users).
    Fixed move-by-word in InputText() - broken 2 days ago, sorry. stb_ expect a define.
microsoft/terminal + (7) -
    I missed this comment in #15020. Sorry!
    which tasks we ovver a GitHub token to. Sorry!
    Sorry for combining two fixes in one PR. I can separate if need be.
    Sorry folks, my bad!
    too late (sorry!). I decided it was better move promotion down to
      the sln. Sorry about that (not sorry).
    I'm sorry if I explain this badly. If you don't understand a part, make
    It comes in the form of _another platform_ (sorry), `DotNet_x86Test`.
    Sorry, I should have really done this in the original PR.
    Sorry about all the commits. Will fix my fork after this PR! 😅
    This location and name is practically mandated by PackageES. Sorry ☹️.
oracle/truffleruby + (4) -
      synchronized block. Better be safe than sorry for thread safety.
    I'm sorry for the back and forth on this one. I introduced it back in
      better safe than sorry - synchronize LocalContext's field getters
    better safe than sorry - synchronize LocalContext's field getters
    whoops...sorry aaron.
    Sorry, it is wrongly pushed by accident.
    Sorry, this is wrongly pushed by accident.
    Fix for stupid JRUBY-2580 breakage. Sorry about that.
    My timing code should not have ended up in the repository. Sorry about that.
    Adding ruby_test tests into test suite...sorry guys, this makes it longer again, but we'll find a way to speed the test run soon.
    Fix for JRUBY-887; Omaps were totally broken - sorry about that.
trufflesuite/truffle + (6) -
    Fix incorrect assert method (sorry)
    Fix solidity syntax again (sorry)
    Merge pull request #5139 from trufflesuite/sorry-etherscan
    Copy over CompileError class from compile-solidity (sorry!)
    Fix misnamed type (sorry!)
    Fix incorrect invocation again (sorry)
    Sorry, dropped a dollar sign!
    Fix error in previous commit (sorry!)
    Fix more imports, sorry
    Fix error in splice function, and reduce errors in cleanContainers (which is still hacky, sorry).
    Finish (mostly) the conversion of allocateDefinition into allocateDefinitions, the writing of storageSizeAndAllocate, and the coversion of allocateStruct to the new format.  But the contract stuff has not been changed -- this is another intermediate commit, sorry, because I need to switch back to develop for something. :P
rethinkdb/rethinkdb + (-10) -
    well, fuck me
    Removed "Jesus fucking christ what the fuck is this shit" comment.
    Removed the "TODO: Coroutines" line for the ls_start_existing_fsm_t because why the fuck would you refactor fragile code in the serializer.
    Removing TBD disk stat 'cause it's hard and fuck it, adding block_size stat to allow the clients to compute memory usage
    Adding support for renaming namespaces, machines, and datacenters in the UI. Also, Sam is removing curses from the codebase, and I disagree. So, to a make a point, fuck, shit, balls, cunt, whore, motherfucker, ass.
    Make buf_locks home_thread fuck up free.
    Fuck it just check it in.
    Fuck you you valgrind motherfucking piece of shit
    Another nightly build test (fuck the fucking fuckers)

    shit is REALLY broken
    More tests -- you guys have a looooot of shit to fix
    Removed "Jesus fucking christ what the fuck is this shit" comment.
    Fixes #1220 and a bunch of other shit
    Lord only knows if this shit works.
    Yup more of this shit.
    Adding support for renaming namespaces, machines, and datacenters in the UI. Also, Sam is removing curses from the codebase, and I disagree. So, to a make a point, fuck, shit, balls, cunt, whore, motherfucker, ass.
    Adding a shit ton of alert msges in namespace view
    Making pluralization not be shit. Closes #636.
    Fixing navigation (removing tabs because we now have nav bar, setting the right active link, making shit not retarded in general)
    Fixing makefile on suse to be no shit
    Fuck you you valgrind motherfucking piece of shit
    Get that weak "naive" shit outta here. This metablock manager is a grown man.
    The shit is getting real with stats, adds in support for function pointers as well as static values.
    We were deleting shit on a different core than where we allocated - bad bad us, caused all kinds of bugs
    Fixing a shit ton of allocation issues - watch the alloc system people\!\!\!

    Committed to 'next' by accident, sorry.
    cluster_version_t::v1_15 skipped a numeric value. This sets it to 3. Sorry, will break tables on next.
    Sped up unit test a little bit (still slow, sorry)
    Sorry, this was not supposed to go into next.
    The merge contained un-reviewed changes. Sorry.
    Implemented filter_iterator_t.  I'm... sorry.
    Sorry, until it's fixed, our unit-test suite will die with an assertion,
    Place code in the right function. (sorry, this broke most of the tests)
    Changed co_acquire_large_value to co_acquire_large_buf.. sorry.
    I fucked this up really badly. Sorry.
    Whoops, sorry for the horrible client bug
zotero/zotero + (2) -
    non-English locales to Transifex scares me too much. Sorry, localizers!
      hover. And now you'll notice. Sorry.
    non-gradient icons. (Sorry ESR users.)
    Sorry for the flurry of version releases of late. They have been
    Thanks Frank, and sorry for overlooking this
    Disable asynchronous autocomplete for now, because it causes hangs (sorry Elena)
    * container-prefix got mixed up, should now be correct. sorry!
    Sorry, it was now or never, and now is better:
    - Autocomplete in Minefield seems to self-destruct after using it in the same field a few times, taking down saving of the field with it -- this may or may not be my fault, but it makes Zotero more or less unusable in 3.0 at the moment. Sorry. (I use 3.0 myself for development, so I'll work on it.)
    Forcing a trunk version bump for upgrade testing (sorry, it's easier than the alternatives)
    Fix the startup trouble the search code was causing (moved DB call into init() function rather than constructor) -- sorry about that
jruby/jruby + (0) -
    I'm sorry for the back and forth on this one. I introduced it back in
      better safe than sorry - synchronize LocalContext's field getters
    better safe than sorry - synchronize LocalContext's field getters
    whoops...sorry aaron.
    Sorry, it is wrongly pushed by accident.
    Sorry, this is wrongly pushed by accident.
    Fix for stupid JRUBY-2580 breakage. Sorry about that.
    My timing code should not have ended up in the repository. Sorry about that.
    Adding ruby_test tests into test suite...sorry guys, this makes it longer again, but we'll find a way to speed the test run soon.
    Fix for JRUBY-887; Omaps were totally broken - sorry about that.
EQ-Alpha/KeyDB + (23) -
    promoted to stable API. Sorry for the breakage, it is trivial to
    promoted to stable API. Sorry for the breakage, it is trivial to
    promoted to stable API. Sorry for the breakage, it is trivial to
    Fixed undefined behavior in *INCR style functions overflow detection. Sorry clang!
    Fixed undefined behavior in *INCR style functions overflow detection. Sorry clang!
    Lua call of Redis command work in progress: sorry I have to go to the cinema to watch the Source Code movie
    Lua call of Redis command work in progress: sorry I have to go to the cinema to watch the Source Code movie
    Ehm... sorry if we don't support PDP endianess
    Ehm... sorry if we don't support PDP endianess
docker/docker-ce + (36) -
    sorry.
    I just wanted to rephrase it so that it's clear that an Endpoint has a one to one relationship with the Sandbox and a Network. If that is not the case, then I'm sorry for proposing the change. I'm only just starting to take a deeper dive into Docker networking.
    better safe then sorry. especially for rm
    Merge pull request #10670 from tianon/revert-10290-sorry-windows-norelease4u
    Merge pull request #10290 from tianon/sorry-windows-norelease4u
    First off, sorry for the noise. This is a cleaner step of #8508
    Sorry if my markdown for links is screwed up, I went by the examples, since I'm used to the `[]()` traditional one.
    This happened for me on the last (empty) line, but better safe than sorry
    This happened for me on the last (empty) line, but better safe than sorry
moby/moby + (-32) -
    sorry.
    I just wanted to rephrase it so that it's clear that an Endpoint has a one to one relationship with the Sandbox and a Network. If that is not the case, then I'm sorry for proposing the change. I'm only just starting to take a deeper dive into Docker networking.
    better safe then sorry. especially for rm
    Merge pull request #10670 from tianon/revert-10290-sorry-windows-norelease4u
    Merge pull request #10290 from tianon/sorry-windows-norelease4u
    First off, sorry for the noise. This is a cleaner step of #8508
    Sorry if my markdown for links is screwed up, I went by the examples, since I'm used to the `[]()` traditional one.
    This happened for me on the last (empty) line, but better safe than sorry
    This happened for me on the last (empty) line, but better safe than sorry
sqlalchemy/sqlalchemy + (-26) -
    site, sorry
    (sorry, realized just now that an issue wasn't required)
    - sorry, I really don't want metaclass recipes in the main documentation.   Don't
        0.6.3 (we don't have a Jython buildbot, sorry)
    allowed on declarative mixins, sorry.  [ticket:1751]
    sorry, this example is just ridiculous
    Undoing patch #994, for now; more testing needed.  Sorry.  Also modifying test for query equivalence to account for underscoring of bind variables.
    (sorry Mike, I did have a unit test but didn't commit it somehow)
    no foreign key introspection available, sorry !
curl/curl + (0) -
    sorry this is a bit nitpicky :P
    sorry.
    better safe than sorry.
    PS: Once again, sorry if the added files have executable perms on Linux.
    PS: Sorry if the added file has executable perms on Linux, I didn't found anything related to it...
    indent/cleanups in lib/url.c which kind of hides some of these changes, sorry
    Three fixes in one commit (sorry): a) Take care of the tcpbuf if it ends while queued for transmission, note broken servers and close them in the main loop, and store TCP socket generation number in order not to send the same query twice over the same socket.
    (sorry, I don't know how to add this to the configure process).
    (and I _am_ sorry for my confused behaviour on this problem.)
facebook/folly + (0) -
    This dynamic casts shit all over the place and is less typesafe then the previous iteration, but I think with some carefully placed static_asserts, could be just as safe (in the case where you don't do any modification, anyway)

    _build/deps/folly/folly/experimental/symbolizer/Dwarf.cpp:49:70: sorry, unimplemented: non-trivial designated initializers not supported
    Sorry about the churn (& time spent on this), but this backs out the change in D20671620.
    And disable it globally for gcc < 5 (sorry, but not sorry). The gcc < 5 implementation is far too restrictive.
    (Sorry for missing this in review).
    Sorry, forgot to add portability/Memory.cpp
    Summary: sorry
    sorry this was bothering me
    Summary: Sorry, forgot to include tests for the other side of the equation.
    Sorry, must make diff if it's a new commit.
flutter/flutter + (27) -
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    [WIP] Change GestureRecognizer. Sorry.
    Sorry that I missed the typo during the review of https://github.com/flutter/flutter/pull/29321
    I'm sorry this is completely unreviewable. I did the move from `lib/*`
doctrine/orm + (8) -
            echo "FUCK YOU, STUPID LANGUAGE!";

    Sorry @tPl0ch :-(
    Sorry, I don't know how to link to the exact section 8.8
    stupid cloud 9 ide broke my code :( sorry
    I can't look at those semicolons, sorry ;-)
    I can't look at those semicolons, sorry ;-)
    DDC-1385 - Fixed Mixed result hydration using INDEX BY to work on the top-level indexes, not some weird result. This is a BC break to those that actually use this crazy logic, sorry for that :-)
    finished testing -sorry about the noise
    Sorry for the trigger happy commits, but with each one I'm
    pookey: sorry, I do not understand this fix, but i needed it
symfony/http-foundation + (-23) -
    Sorry please check https://github.com/Seldaek/symfony/commit/376dd93c569362a162bd2e79c7eea115ac5e355e instead, I missed a few tests in the RequestTest class.
    @stealth35: Sorry. I have to ask again.
    Yeah sorry `MimeTypeExtensionGuesser` is for getting an extension with the Mime, forget about this, i'll take care aboute all MIME intégration later
    Done! Sorry for the delay
    @vicb Sorry, for the email flood :)
    The other advantage is that under this methodology, there can be a UI experience on expiry, like "Sorry, your session expired due to being idle for 10 minutes".
    Sorry non native speaker an a bit hard to explain, could you ping me in a couple of hours on IRC if this still doesn't make any sense.
    Fixed the typo and changed the false to ture as reported in comments. I've also rebased. I'll see what I can do about config file change later today. Sorry for the delay, been too busy for the past week.
    Sorry, I can't reproduce it on Ubuntu and unless someone wants to sponsor me a Mac, there is not much I can do.
openssl/openssl + (-4) -
    I caught it up.  Sorry I ignored you, poor little VMS...
    Because DEC C - sorry, HP C - is picky about features, we need to
    Comment out a (currently) unused CMS function. (Sorry Steve, but I need
    Apply "better safe than sorry" approach after addressing sporadic SEGV in
    to think again!  Please change your programs NOW, or you will be sorry
    Remove extra whitespace. Sorry.
    Beautifying.  Sorry, but code that's slammed to the far left is not
    Checked in some junk. Sorry.
SerenityOS/serenity + (-29) -
    Fuck it, add a 4th virtual console. :^)

    This is yet another bug because of the 'char'/'signed char'/'unsigned char' shit.
    get shit done. I'll definitely reenable it once it's been optimized.

    insufficient testing on my part. Sorry!
    For DSP reasons I can't explain myself (yet, sorry), short-time Fourier
    (Sorry Linus!)
    I'm sorry @The-King-of-Toasters, but it never worked and apparently noone uses/fixes it,
    I'm sorry :(
    It was me who has broken this, sorry ;(
    Sorry Sergey! :^)
    This makes assertion failures generate backtraces again. Sorry to everyone
awesome-selfhosted/awesome-selfhosted + (-1) -
    Remove "community" chat link. This is a fork, and I don't give a fuck.
    Add WTFDYUM (Why The Fuck Did You Unfollow Me)

    remove sorry cypress demo link (error 503)
    Add Sorry Cypress (#3015)
    Finally fixed up everything. Sorry about that.
    Fixed up the android client by adding [Clients] instead of actually making a separate line. Sorry
    Added "Standard Notes" to the list. Sorry if I made any mistakes, first time contributing on Github, apologies in advanced. Thanks!
    Sorry - I hadn't noticed the full stop at the end of each line. Should be fixed now.
    Sorry, I accidenta
    sorry
Theano/Theano + (1) -
    small mistakes, sorry for this
    Sorry, I should have tested more thoroughly this stuff with GPU before
    stupid bug; forgot semicolon, sorry guys
    Sorry guys, this copying things from one side to the other is harder then I
    Merged -- sorry for the mess, I was merging the wrong revisions
    print "  Sorry no tip for today." when no tips in the profiler following code review comments.
    merge + float32 gradient modifications (sorry for combining the two!)
    makeBroadcastTestser (sorry OB. was about to document and I figured it would be
MarlinFirmware/Marlin + (-33) -
    Sorry for some, a bit compressd, but hopefully still readeble symbols.
    Sorry for not having realized someone (me) redefined not existing servo pinns to -1, some lines above.
    Sorry could not make an extra block on base level.
    Sorry.
    sorry for that
    Sorry for that. This does not lead to compile errors. I removed the
    Fix to a bug that I just introduced - sorry. Forgot about offset of string length.
    God damn. Sorry, my mistake, forgot to add this file.
AliasIO/wappalyzer + (-11) -
    [fuck](http://www.mhfreq.org/2013/12/les-pubs-windev/)

    The previous "scripts"-regexes (present until v6.6.0) were removed and replaced with "jquery". For me the version detection has declined due to this change. May I ask, what is the reason behind this? If I have missed something, sorry for bothering and feel free to close this proposed change.
    Sorry I missed this in the previous PR. Correct 'sting' should be 'string'
    Super-duper sorry about this.
    sometimes (altough I don't have a website handy to prove it, sorry :/ )
    Sorry, I don't have a publicly exposed version to provide a showcase,
    corrected brackets for Contao, sorry
    corrected brackets, sorry
    sorry. :-/
padrino/padrino-framework + (3) -
    Thanks a lot. And sorry for ignoring that.
      last re-fix slim ..sorry #1117
    fix slim ... sorry again !
    last re-fix slim ..sorry #1117
    last re-fix slim ..sorry #1117
    Sorry! French Translation [Thanks to Mickey]
    Sorry :D
    Sorry, fixed test.
camunda-cloud/zeebe + (5) -
    Rearranging code (e.g. moving private fields below public ones) is not done automatically when formatting in IntelliJ (see their [documentation](https://www.jetbrains.com/help/idea/reformat-and-rearrange-code.html)). You need to do `Ctrl+Alt+Shit+L` (in Linux) to have a dialog ask whether you want to optimize imports, format, and/or rearrange code.

    <p>notice: This is actually running spotbugs 4.7.3.  A new release will be pushed that directly shows that.  Sorry for any confusion.</p>
    I wanted to code a bit on Zeebe again, so sorry if someone else wanted to do it.
     Regenerate proto file related to https://github.com/zeebe-io/zeebe/pull/6105. I seem to miss it after the review to regenerate the proto :roll_eyes: sorry
    It looks like that the grafana instance was updated and adjusted the dashboard to the new version, which caused a lot of not intended changes. Sorry for that. I thought about just cherry picking my change, but I assume the changes are necessary for the newest version.
    sorry for the big PR but was saw no better way to do this. I think most of the new lines are actually unit tests.
    This bring a bunch of other problems and issues, which resulted in a bigger refactoring which was already due. Sorry to the reviewers.
    The export is enabled by default as it is a important record type and should not be missed. Sorry no real test case but I promise I tested it manually.
    P.S.: whoever reviews this I'm sorry for how big this is :(
lilybeevee/bab-be-u + (15) -
    fuck conflict
    fuck
    fuck
    oh my god how the fuck did i forget to turn this off
    i tried to add WINDO but fuck this, i gave up
    what the fuck git

    not sure what I'm doing sorry
    sorry if i accidentally copied an outdated version of your level.
    sorry but i really want it
    sorry lily, but it didn't work great in practice
    sorry vit, you can have another go at it when you make unit tests pass
    err like this sorry
    missed a print sorry
bolt/bolt + (-30) -
    Fuck you, Symfony. Why did you go and have to break the forms?

    Lock paragonie/random_compat at 1.x, to keep it from breaking shit.
    Lock paragonie/random_compat at 1.x, to keep it from breaking shit.
    Working on Extensions, getting shit done.

    Sorry, Yoda
    [Translation] Change 'Your account is disabled. Sorry about that.' to keyword 'general.phrase.login-account-disabled'
    Thanks, and sorry again!
    Sorry for the big commit, but as it is more a rewrite as refactoring...
    My bad. Sorry.
    sorry for previous pull request, didn't notice the more clever translations interfaces
    - Removed "About" (sorry @electrolinux. CKEditor is credited on the
cossacklabs/themis + (-9) -
    designers that have to deal with this shit on a daily basis. I am so

    about JS ecosystem being braindead, sorry.
    We have quite a few builds and I feel a bit sorry for GitHub Actions
    I am sorry for the trouble and confusion of this fizzled migration.
    I am sorry for the trouble and confusion of this fizzled migration.
    I am sorry for the trouble and confusion of this fizzled migration.
    and configured to build desktop Java Themis. I'm sorry.
      code) which is idiotic, sorry but this goes out of the window
symfony/http-kernel + (4) -
    @frosas relying on X.Y.* is painful because you always need to wait until someone updates the constraint to get the new version. Of course using ~1.3 like in this PR means if I fuck up and break BC people will update to it, but that's a less likely occurrence than the alternative I think, so I would rather not use X.Y.*

    **I've sent it against wrong branch. It should be merged in 2.3. Sorry.**
    @frosas sorry I didn't get you still had the problem. I tagged a 2.1.7 of monologbundle which hopefully fixes your issue.
    sorry but i dont understand what you suggest. more over i dont see the problem. its already possible to seriously break stuff with compiler passes which cannot be easily enabled/disabled. this is just convenience. if it doesnt work because of some obscure combo then simply dont use it for the app since it needs to be explicitly enabled in the kernel.
    The example, sorry :smiley:
    ping @fabpot sorry to keep pushing this, but any chance you could take a look at this?
    _Edit: Sorry, couldn't resist adding a private helper class again!_
    Sorry for the delay, lifetime support is now implemented. What do you think about an AbstractProfilerStorageTest class to share some testing code between the different implementations (of cause in a separate PR)?
tonytomov/jqGrid + (0) -
    Sorry, The min and src version
    IE6 is no more supported. Sorry. Add a own ie browser detection function (for now).
    REndering the multigrouping. Now all the data should sorted in the appropriate order before grouping. Sorry for this - i.e groupDataSorted param is no more valid.
    There is no compromis with the speed (Sorry Oleg).
    Try to fix some problems with width if set as string. To onCellSelect we replace the 4 parameter with the more natuaral event instead of e.target - sorry if this will bring to some confusions.
    Added Dutch trenaslation. Sorry it is not full.
    Sorry that is only for test
radareorg/radare2 + (31) -
    fix o- Fuck You RCoreFile
    Dont fuck with old capstone

    close all descriptors in case of fork error or when shit happens
    oups; clean up the removal of weird-shit in r_core_read_at
    remove some weird-shit-wrapper-code in r_core_read_at

    Before this commit, the situation was quite sorry:
    Sorry I only considered the case where a minus sign is before `oldstr`, actually this should be the correct way to handle that so arguments like `8(%rbp)` and `28(%rbp)` will work too.
    but I really need to sleep before. Sorry about this.
    Fix a previous mistake of mine in rahash. Sorry :/
    Sorry for the huge patch, but there is nothing special. We just move
    sorry, I thought, that the hardware were addressed in the rom, but I was wrong http://www.romhacking.net/documents/%5B544%5DGameBoyProgrammingManual.pdf (page 218)
    sorry, i didn't thought nintendo would use the rsts, but they do ("super mario land" for example).
decidim/decidim + (-11) -
    * [FIX] Wrong push, undone my last commit changes - My fault, sorry.
    * [FIX] Wrong push, undone my last commit changes - My fault, sorry.
    Sorry :disappoint:
    Sorry :disappoint:
    The regression test is admittedly cumbersome, sorry.
    evaluate it. Sorry about that :(
    Sorry :()
firecracker-microvm/firecracker + (29) -
    src/handle_eintr.rs:49: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 101) (sorry)
    src/handle_eintr.rs:50: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 111) (sorry)
    src/syslog.rs:315: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 118) (sorry)
    src/syslog.rs:491: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 108) (sorry)
    src/ioctl.rs:38: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 104) (sorry)
    src/ioctl.rs:46: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 105) (sorry)
    src/ioctl.rs:54: line exceeded maximum length (maximum: 100, found: 132) (sorry)
nim-lang/Nim + (-5) -
    * Restart CI, Apple can code shit anymore I tell you
    give a damn shit about your fucking (wrong) types.

    * I'm an idiot sorry
    better be safe than sorry
    Sorry to be making so many changes.
    fixes #71; sorry about the polling implementation
    sorry, i didnt test and commit...
    preparation for new 'is' operator; breaks bootstrapping again, sorry (use generated C code)
    debug build works again; sorry
explosion/spaCy + (-2) -
    Sorry, I seem to have misunderstood that the GitHub reference shouldn't be a link.
    Sorry, I seem to have misunderstood that the GitHub reference shouldn't be a link.
    I assume this is a typo. Sorry if it has a meaning that I'm not aware of.
    This PR adds a test for an untested case of `Span.get_lca_matrix`, and fixes a bug for that scenario, which I introduced in [this PR](https://github.com/explosion/spaCy/pull/3089) (sorry!).
    Sorry, don't mean to be nitpicky, I just noticed this when going through the CLI and thought it was a quick fix. That said, if this was intention than please let me know.
    Sorry, don't mean to be nitpicky, I just noticed this when going through the CLI and thought it was a quick fix. That said, if this was intention than please let me know.
    This time hopefully created in the right spot. (Sorry about that!)
splitbrain/dokuwiki + (-6) -
    this file makes me cry. there is so much shit going on here.

    Here is a solution attempt, sorry for the long delay.
    not sure this is needed, but better safe than sorry.
      removed debug statement. sorry
    removed debug statement. sorry
    Sorry, did mess up in testing the last patch.
          plugins relying on it need to be adjusted. Sorry.
    Fixed some utf8 issues and corrected some grammar errors (sorry 'bout that).
go-gitea/gitea + (-2) -
    message, to avoid some words like "Hello", "Sorry". If they really need
    Hello, this is my first time opening a pull request. Sorry for any mistakes.
    Sorry to create 3 PR to fix this.
    I'm new around here, so I may have done some mistakes, sorry!
    With this fix, it always shows the error from the current branch. Sorry
    only had one callsite anyway. sorry for bad advice earlier 🙃
    Sorry.
facebookarchive/nuclide + (0) -
    Shit, `InfoService.shutdown` wasn't completely updated to deal with the big-dig updates - there's definitely some work to be done here to eliminate the usage of `NuclideServer` (it's also being used for shutdown hooks :()

    Additionally (sorry to conflate commits!)
    Really sorry everyone. :(
    sorry for a huge diff. it was a spontaneous hack :(
    sorry for the large diff.
    This is a bunch of changes in one (sorry!)
    Sorry for the big diff! There isn't a great way to split this aside from moving each function piecemeal, so I hope you'll forgive this :P
    This is a HUGE diff! Sorry about that. I honestly didn't see any way to approach it incrementally (beyond the two refactoring diffs previously in the stack). That's because lifecycle needed a comprehensive rewrite, and lifecycle is a cross-cutting concern that touches everything.
mruby/mruby + (17) -
    for MINGW64 to address #5133. Sorry.
    The cause of this is #5585. I' m sorry.
    This issue is now caused by #5272. sorry.
    therefore revert it once (ref https://github.com/mruby/mruby/pull/5202#issuecomment-735412643). Sorry for the lack of consideration.
    I misunderstand the meaning of #4483. Sorry.
    Added cxx/objc/asmflags in mrbgems. Sorry, I forgot it
    Time class available; based on code from @beoran; sorry for jumbo patch
netty/netty + (-21) -
    sorry and will be more careful in future.
    Revert the previous commit (sorry!)
    Fix a compilation error (sorry!)
      - Sorry. I'll add them back in the next alpha releases
    typo fix ! Sorry
    typo fix! sorry
    typo fix ! Sorry
spatie/laravel-medialibrary + (9) -
    * Remove unnecessary changes from my IDE auto formatting (sorry)
    Remove unnecessary changes from my IDE auto-formatting (sorry)
    Remove unnecessary changes from my IDE auto formatting (sorry)
    Remove unnecessary changes from my IDE auto formatting (sorry)
    Remove unnecessary changes from my IDE auto formatting (sorry)
    Sorry, I forgot to add the `@if($loadingAttributeValue) loading="{{ $loadingAttributeValue }}"@endif` test in this image view (following this PR: https://github.com/spatie/laravel-medialibrary/pull/2081).
    I am an idiot, really sorry about this but a while back I sent a pull request to update this. This needs to be reverted back as it was originally correct. I didn't realize I was on v7 and v8 got a huge change in namespaces.
pixie-io/pixie + (7) -
    Sorry for the semantic satiation in the following text...
    This diff also adds unit tests for this scenario, which by definition means thrashing system memory a bit. Sorry about that.
    Sorry for the really large diff. I couldn't think of a way to split it up since I think all changes are required to get to a functioning table and pass all tests. Would welcome suggestions.
    Summary: Forgot to add .cc file, broke master, sorry guys
    Summary: had an extra curly brace, sorry friends.
    Summary: Sorry for the piecemeal diffs.
    Sorry that this diff has so many different changes, they are a bit hard to isolate. Here are the fixes:
tldr-pages/tldr + (-3) -
    fuck: add Indonesian translation (#8939)
    fuck: add Hindi translation (#8642)
    7za, 7zr, ansible-galaxy, convert, dd, exa, fuck, git-*, gpg, ls, mv: sync German page (#6226)
    Update pages/common/fuck.md
    Fuck: add yes flag command
    echo, fdroid, fdroidcl, ffprobe, ffsend, fg, firefox, fortune, fuck, g++, gdb, gpg2, grep: add German translation (#5361)
    fuck: add link to homepage
    fuck: add page (#1139)

    Upper to lower case - sorry.
    Upper to lower case - thanks and sorry
    Upper to lower case - sorry, my native tongue uses way more upper characters
    Sorry for the messup. Unmutilated nm pages
    Sorry for the messup. Unmutilated nm pages
    Sorry for long delay.
apache/activemq + (-1) -
    This closes #85. Won't fix. Thanks @jwcarman for contribution, sorry for not picking it up in time.
    [AMQ-3166] fix typo that removed class name, sorry
    fix build revert extras in MessageDatabase from https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=activemq.git;a=commit;h=69c0d399 - sorry
    Sorry was experimenting with the test on windows, and changed a parameter.
    fix typo in last remove, oops sorry
    Sorry, wasn't included in the previous checkin. Related to AMQ-858.
arendst/Tasmota + (3) -
    I left a debug log in my previous PR. Sorry for that.
    Sorry for my Code.. was try and error some hours to get it working with the #ifdef stuff..
     2nd attempt, I made 2 typos, sorry :-/
        sorry, but i have killed all of my repos..:-(
    Sorry you were to fast for me. I uploaded a buggy version. Now fixed
    Sorry... wrong platformio.ini used (it should be dev branch instead master)
DeviaVir/zenbot + (2) -
    * fuck

    Sorry again for my error.
    Sorry, correct the code. The original was reported first tim goes right.
    Sorry again for my error.
    Sorry again for my error.
    Sorry, correct the code. The original was reported first tim goes right.
    Brucetus for being a cool dude. Sorry I couldn't help with hitbtc for those 0.01% refunds!!!!
afragen/git-updater + (1) -
    remove old contributors, sorry y'all
    remove old contributors, sorry y'all
    sorry Gary 😔
    oops, missed converting this over to new method, sorry
    thanks Matt and sorry
    again sorry all
sympy/sympy + (27) -
    2] indented properly as previous error occured due to mix of tabs and space which wasnt visible in github sorry for trouble
    (sorry, I didn't bother to split these last two things into separate commits)
    Corrected spelling of Alexey U. Gudchenko's name (sorry!)
    Sorry
    I missed that in the last patch, sorry.
    (sorry, typo)
flarum/framework + (0) -
    Sorry for the back and forth. ;)
    Bringing back those "use strict";. Sorry 'bout that
    - Sorry for the extra work!
    - Sorry 'bout that, Chief!
    Sorry :)
    (Sorry about the retrograde migration changes, but I figure it isn’t
ipfs/go-ipfs + (-8) -
    This is a valuable release with already public security fixes (which don't affect us AFAIT but better safe than sorry).
    bash: bring --unrestricted-api completion back (sorry!)
    bash: bring --unrestricted-api completion back (sorry!)
    <•meatballhat> jbenet: np, sorry about the switchup!  gvm had been
    sorry everyone.
    @chriscool sorry to move things around again, the top level
opencart/opencart + (-6) -
    Sorry guys been a bit ill last few days.
    Sorry, fix correct security.php in PHP 7.0 in 7.1
    Wrong branch, sorry
    Wrong branch, sorry
    sorry left some testing code in
    Sorry if this is not a bug, but after looking around I could not find this mentioned anywhere else.
remix-run/react-router + (-7) -
    sorry...
    Sorry, this should be better since it won't die on lint checks or confuse people who just installed only one package.
    sorry … I just have to say this here, unit testing React components is
    (sorry, really I am, but I’m a dad)
      sorry.
    sorry
upspin/upspin + (0) -
    Sorry for the back and forth.
    the 1-byte buffer. But better safe than sorry.
    Sorry
    Sorry for the ._ files.  They are xaddr files and represent crap like
    Rookie error, sorry.   TODO add some factotum tests.
    Try them out with clientcli (sorry, no ls yet). Don't forget to add the endpoints
symfony/dependency-injection + (2) -
    (sorry for pinging reviewers, switching branch trigger that)
    Sorry for opening this so lately... I just realized that we could get rid of `Yaml::PARSE_KEYS_AS_STRINGS` just by recommending using quotes...
    I've messed up the return value of parseDefaults under certain conditions in #21342. Here is the fix... Sorry about that.
    @fabpot I know I keep insisting on this one and I am sorry for that but I think this should be considered as a bug fix (see the PR header for details) and should be merged in 2.2. I think the Symfony core should be exemplary as it is used by many developers as a template when creating their own bundle. *This PR is no more a WIP and can be merged right now*.
    sorry but i dont understand what you suggest. more over i dont see the problem. its already possible to seriously break stuff with compiler passes which cannot be easily enabled/disabled. this is just convenience. if it doesnt work because of some obscure combo then simply dont use it for the app since it needs to be explicitly enabled in the kernel.
    The example, sorry :smiley:
twbs/bootstrap + (-34) -
    fuck that other class, let's just get tabs and pills in there
    fuck around with card borders and more
    fuck around with responsive reflow table idea
    Don't copy-pasta all the Sass docs because fuck keeping that up to date. Instead, point to https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap-sass/blob/master/README.md.
    Revert to CSScomb 1.1.0 because 1.2.0 and 1.2.1 fuck up our compiled CSS
    Sass docs; LESS to Less because fuck caps
    Half fix for #9855: Don't fuck with margins for open modal dialog on account of Lion non-scrollbars and inconsistencies elsewhere
    fuck aside and main elements, use divs so IE8 doesn't shit the bed
    Fuck a color purple
    * Drop the `rgba()` border and fallback because fuck that noise
    holy fuck those were small buttons)
    fuck everything about .clear_float() -- restore .clearfix() as mixin
    update getting started to reflect latest changes; pull list of components because fuck that
    Rename .hero-unit to .jumbotron becaue fuck dashes in filenames and sports metaphors are cooler than ad ones
    Drop .label component. Instead, just use .badge because fuck dupe code and stuff.
    Remove support for multiple buttons in input groups because fuck that shit.

    hack the headings for sticky header so shit doesn't overlap
    fix broke shit, ugh my bad
    rewrite tab with new active shit
    some minor alert shit
    unfuck all that watch shit
    fix vars, grunt that shit
    overhaul nav and shit again
    - Turned long lists of callouts--like those on tooltips, plugings, etc--into a list because holy shit that's overwhelming
    use grunt-html instead of grunt-html-validation because holy shit it's fast
    fix broke shit, recompile
    fix more broke shit, run grunt
    frontmatter that shit up
    frontmatter all that shit
    Nuke shit I added in 4d7b2ddba92e47f923d22d9d7b23cb7b0a3e0bc2 that shouldn't come until v4
    fixes #9509: add margin around buttons so they don't shit the bed when wrapping
    fuck aside and main elements, use divs so IE8 doesn't shit the bed
    herpy derpy shit for urls
    Vurrriables and shit
    Holy fucking shit fix that input group with buttons rounded corner noise
    restore glyphicons docs styles and then overhaul the shit out of them
    Holy shit, buttons, button states, and input states updated
    fix ghetto ass timeout shit
    Remove support for multiple buttons in input groups because fuck that shit.
    rewrite the grid system. Clean shit up tons - only generate 12 columns by default - custom builder will do differently if you request it.
    help tables not look like shit on mobile maybe? also fix bordered table example
    zebra stripe that shit
    delete that shit
    Added main topbar and shit.

    Fix #17288 — Sorry about that!
    Sorry, I f'd up the rebase in #17186
    There has not been a release of libsass with this fix yet, sorry!
    Sorry that took so long :D.
    Super lame typo on my part, sorry @necolas :)
    P.S. Sorry for 2 pull requests with the same problem..
processing/p5.js + (29) -
    I added "this" because it was needed. Sorry.
    Sorry, I forgot to write "done();".
    sorry... trailing space has remained.
    I didn't change the name completely when changing data to lineColorData, so I fixed it. I'm sorry...
    Removed unnecessary lines at the end of file, sorry.
    Sorry that this PR is not a great contribution lol but just noticed a typo in p5.Renderer.js when reading docs and figured it could be easily fixed.
puma/puma + (1) -
    This feature commit was erroneously included because it was marked as both a bugfix and a feature. We generally try not to include new features in patch releases but this one slipped through. Sorry about that!
    Sorry, dunno how that even happened. What a noob!
    (sorry folks on 1.8.6, time to upgrade anyway)
    mongrel 1.0.2 is not out; sorry
    Messed the package process and forced build of extension in Win32. Sorry about that, fixed.
geekcomputers/Python + (2) -
    Sorry.  This was an oversight in #449
    Sorry if this may seem intrusive, I am a Computing Science student that has an assignment to proof read technical writing documents and submit edit requests. I need 10 approvals to pass my assignment, so if you feel these edits improve your document please confirm my pull request. Thank you and have a great day.
    Just Practicing SORRY
    Just Practicing SORRY
    Although CPython will garbage collect the file object following the read operation, other implementations of Python may not. The file often is not immediately closed and is left to be disguarded at a later unknown point of execution. Additionally, in Python 3.2 or above the current implementation will throw a ResourceWarning exception which must otherwise be caught if enabled. Better safe than sorry.
node-red/node-red + (-3) -
    Oh, I'm sorry about this.
    * fixed typos (again, sorry)
    (sorry pressed closed by mistake !)
    (sorry) -  Addresses Issue 439
    Removed excess debugging from change node (sorry)
bcit-ci/CodeIgniter + (9) -
    it's impossible to fix this shit...

    ...sorry about that...
    (My fault - Sorry!)
    Fix some erroneous variable names (sorry)
    Removed the first slash of the line 51. With this, the goal of the code don't work. I tried it in many Apache servers. Sorry if I am wrong.
    Moved the "is_unique" change log to 2.1.0-dev where it should have been first time. Sorry about that one, had to manually separate 2.0.3 changes from 2.1.0 based mainly on memory.