I did not know what the flow is, I actually wanted to edit the Wiki ( https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroid-website/issues/133 & https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroid-website/issues/134 )
@NicoAlt, The error was along line of “new users can not submit more than 10 links in a post”
Ah, I understand. I bumped this too, as we have other spam detectors which are quite good.
Have added my Firefox repo, hope it’s ok. (Just got updated to FF 56 by it )
We’re beta testing a nightly build repo for F-Droid itself:
Added Nit language repo.
Reworked list somewhat.
Note, that “The official Copperhead app repository” seems to have issues, at least with the old index format: Unable to add this repo to the F-Droid client app, although it is working fine in a web browser.
J2ghz’s FDroid Repo (tested on 5-1-18)
Tachiyomi (dev) (app id eu.kanade.tachiyomi.debug) - Main app built from master branch
Tachiyomi: * (app id eu.kanade.tachiyomi.extension.) - Extension source ( is name of site, e.g. en.batoto)
J2ghz’s FDroid Archive (tested on 5-1-18)
Archive for the previous F-Droid compatible repo
(More information here)
I can’t edit the wiki yet, maybe because I’m new ^^ If someone can do it…
On Gitlab, I think you can do it directly
Hum sorry I can’t see where exactly. I’m not very familiar with programing, Gitlab and F-Droid for the time being
Actually, this c:geo nightly repository is still good. See F-droid repository section of:
The browser 403 error is similar to the 500 Error seen from:
or the " This link should be opened in the F-Droid app, not a web browser. " seen from:
I’d also suggest adding fdroidclient-nightly to the list, because its absence seems a little confusing (or I missed it).
Did not see a way for me to edit the page, sorry.
The green pen button in the OP only took me to the history log and not to any sort of editor, so I guess I’ll have to write this as a reply here.
I decided to spend a little hour this morning on checking the status of various repos that this page didn’t know the status of, and these were my findings:
Eutopia (tested on 2018-04-22)
Works, but its URL has been changed to http://eutopia.cz/fdroid/repo, since its HTTPS certificate has elapsed.
LibRetro / RetroArch (tested on 2018-04-22)
Nit Language (tested on 2018-04-22)
Doesn’t work. Appears to me to be a signing error.
pilight (tested on 2018-04-22)
Storymaker (tested on 2018-04-22)
Doesn’t work. “Access denied” error when opened in browser, and F-Droid doesn’t seem to me to find a repo there.
Torsten Grote’s personal repo (tested on 2018-04-22)
Works, but its URL has been upgraded to HTTPS: https://grobox.de/fdroid/repo
Umbrella (tested on 2018-04-22)
WiFi AdBlocker Update (tested on 2018-04-22)
I cannot figure out the wiki editing either, but I just made a new repo:
VideLibri (tested on 2018-04-22)
The world’s first universal library app to track the books lend from a (mostly German) public library, renew them, and access other features of a library catalog/OPAC.
F-Droid Info: https://f-droid.org/wiki/page/de.benibela.videlibri
Ah, okay, thanks for the info. Thankfully I only needed 15min of checking out some random frontpage threads, before I was granted ‘Basic’ status.
What’s the purpose of the guardian project repo, when the apps are included in the main repo: https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroiddata/blob/master/metadata/info.guardianproject.orfox.txt ?
They’re included but not up to date.
I guess the idea is to get them
build reproducible actually, in the mean time, use their repo, it’s the official one.
Just as a general announcement: many, many of the repos here aren’t updated to the latest F-Droid server version, which fixes a # of issues. (I know, 'cuz I have most of them configured & throwing errors!) Please do so!