Faulty repository, full of bugs
Thou hast delivered a faulty repository, full of bugs and broken tests!
To the esteemed maintainer, Ea-nasir of GitHub,
I, Nanni, a humble yet persistent seeker of code, have undertaken the arduous task of utilizing thine repository, which thou hast generously provided to the masses. Alas, the troubles that have beset me in this endeavor are as numerous as the stars in the night sky.
With great anticipation, I commenced the ritual of cloning thine repository, eager to contribute and integrate it into mine own works. Yet, the very moment I beheld the code, my spirit was vexed by the tangled web of disarray that lay before me. Forsooth, the structure of the code is as perplexing as the ancient labyrinths of Babylon!
Verily, I implore thee to examine the tests thou hast provided. Many are they that fail, casting their dark shadows upon the once-great land of thy repository. My patience has been tried, as I am unable to ascertain the true purpose of these tests, which thou hast surely placed as obstacles to the uninitiated.
Furthermore, the documentation, which ought to illuminate the path for those that seek knowledge, is but a twisted reflection of the code’s perplexity. As a traveler lost in the desert, I thirst for clarity and understanding, yet find myself parched by the drought of incomplete and misleading information.
In earnest, I beseech thee to address these concerns, for the sake of all who seek to use thine repository. May thy response be swift, and may it herald a new era of prosperity and collaboration.
With sincere regards,
Nanni, a weary traveler in the land of code
Generated via OpenAI ChatGPT with GPT-4.
Prompt: Write a github issue in the style of nanni’s letter to ea-nasir.
I could not toot or tweet this in longer form, and I hate screenshots of text, so here we are.