On Tue, Aug 09, 2016 at 06:57:05AM -0400, Jeff King wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 09, 2016 at 10:11:30AM +0200, Michael J Gruber wrote:
> > Maybe two more points of input for the discussion:
> > 
> > off-line capabilities
> > =====================
> > 
> > The current workflow here seems to work best when you are subscribed to
> > the git-ml and have your own (local, maybe selective) copy of git-ml in
> > your (text-based) MUA (mutt, (al)pine, emacs, ...) that can jump right
> > into git-am and such directly. I'm not sure how important the "off-line"
> > aspect of that is for some of us, and how that could be replicated on
> > GitHub - while PRs and such may be Git based behind the scenes there
> > seems to be no way to clone that info and work from a local clone.
> > (Don't know if GitLab is more open.)
> You can pull it all out via GitHub's HTTP API, but the question is what
> format you would use to store it locally (and which tools you would then
> use to play with it).
> I haven't really tried this lately, though, so I don't know if there is
> information that the API would be missing.
> I do have a dream of writing a tool that sucks in GitHub PRs to a fake
> email thread, lets me make my responses inline in an editor, and then
> pushes it back up as PR comments (finding the right positions based on
> the quoted context).

You might try https://github.com/joeyh/github-backup
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