@dont Hello again.
Unfortunately the tick boxes don’t automate what they relate to.
The file does conform to JSON, as you have already checked and the website link is correct and goes to the upstream project but we have just a little stuff to add to the description, i.e. the:
- “description” object lists and links to the docker image used
But there is, as yet no link to the used docker container. If you look at other listing within the Rock-on Web-UI you will see some have links up to the docker contain they are based on. We are working our way through them to have them all include this info. Currently your description doesn’t have that and we are trying to get all new ones to have this info in as then folks can look up the exact image that is used.
Also note that the pull request doesn’t include the indicated addition to root.json:
- Entry added to root.json in alphabetical order (for new rock-on only)
It may well be that you are working in another branch within your local copy, or that your have not pushed your local changes to your GitHub clone.
I’ve un-ticked the relevant ticks until we’ve tracked down where you changes were. Once you’ve commited them and pushed them appropriately against the same pull request the should show up as additional commits within that same pull request.
Take another look at it here:
To me it still only contains the original commit.
Let me know if I’ve missed something obvious here, I am being pulled in a number of directions currently.
Do please stick with this as I’m sure it’s just something silly as to why your changes are not showing up.
If all else fails you can delete that pull request and start a fresh using the new instructions uploaded earlier.
And thanks for persevering. It would be great if we had a Web-UI tool for this but we just don’t (yet).
Hope that helps and do say here if I’ve missed something.