When choosing a Gitlab repository to link in the “Link your site to a Git repository” page, I can only see the first 100 groups.
In the requests, I can see a request made with this URL:
This is incorrect, since the API has a maximum of 100, as per the Gitlab API docs:
I have access to 907 groups (I have maintainer access to all of them), so I only have a 11% chance of finding my group (and project!) in the first 100, and your app doesn’t any way to load more or search in them.
If I try to search “web” (part of the name of the repo I want), this request is made:
min_access_level=40 means at least I’m owner, but this doesn’t throw repos in said groups, only the ones without a group.
This means I cannot search through the 907 repositories and you only show the first 100. This is not an issue to any user that has access to less than 100 groups, but it’s for me.
Is there a way to manually link the repository, but stating its name/id/etc., while you solve this bug?