Tx Fee Reimbursement help


#1

I’m trying to follow the steps at https://github.com/bisq-network/support/blob/master/reimbursement-process.md , but have some questions.

  • Do I have to create an account Github to request a re-imbursement for failed Bisq Tx fees?
  • Step 2 under “Setting things up” says to note the issue number to use it later. The batch issue number is 200, but that file already exists. Do I create a new file using the number 200, or do I need to increment the number by some amount?
  • Step 3 just seems to create a file with headers, but no information in it. How does one get reimbursed by uploading a file with just headers in it?
  • Under the “Working with issues” section, there are instructions to " drag it to the In progress column, then open it on a new tab." What is this referring to? I’m completely lost at this point.

Please point me in the right direction.


#2

Yes, in order to open an issue in a github repo, you need to have a github account.

Once you’ve done that, the simplest way is to look at existing closed and well-done issues, and to proceed in the same way.

issue numbers are assigned automatically by github.
Step 2 warns simply that you take notice.
If you create an issue, you’ll see how it works.

The concerned repo for reimbursement is https://github.com/bisq-network/support


#3

Thanks Homard, just doing is a lot simpler than reading the instructions in this case :slight_smile: