Around the beginning of February 2020, GitHub Security updated their public security disclosures and hacker leaderboard, and this happened:
Something most people on the internet don't know about me is that I like pretty stuff. Be it a whiskey pipette, a lovely painting, many dog thoughts, a ferocious lover — it does not matter. I like pretty!
Although I generally have excellent impulse control, pretty is pretty and I want pretty. I want to enjoy pretty. Savor pretty. Surprisingly often, this puts me in weird situations — like accidentally hacking GitHub.
CircleCI is a hosted build service. It can build or compile code to ensure there are no build errors, it can run tests to ensure the correct thing happens, it can do whatever you want it to do!
But CircleCI is not pretty. For some cruel reason, CircleCI forces people to log in to their UI to get to the test output. Oh, a test failed? Spend 3 minutes following redirects and logging into things. Only then you get to see why the test failed.