My Git repository located at https://github.com/kdeldycke/feed-tracking-tool.git is stucked in the queue for some weeks.
FYI, it is attached to my kev-code Ohloh project: http://www.ohloh.net/p/kev-code/enlistments
I think that this issue is my fault, as I recently deleted this repository on GitHub before recreating it. This may explain this issue.
Is that a valid cause ? What can I do to fix this issue and let Ohloh fetch the code from this repository ?
I needed to re-fetch the repo for that enlistment since the change in the repo caused our crawler to become confused between the old images of the repo and the newly created one. Things should settle down going forward, but to be sure I'll monitor the project through one or more update cycles.
Fortunately, the repo is fairly small and quick to process.
Please check over the results and make sure the analysis and the commit info make sense.
Thanks ssnow for your fast answer !
It looks like eveything is back to normal: the repository was fetched and all statistics looks pretty good.
Thanks again ! :)
I see that three updates have run OK over the weekend. Looks as if things have returned to normal.
Let me know here if other problems show up.
Yes, everything's fine now ! Thanks ssnow ! :)
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