Well, now it is up to me having a problem I use the eGit plugin for Eclipse to push my code to my GitHub repo(s). For some reason this no longer works ... I did a couple of commits locally for my plugin, everything is showing up fine, but when I try to push the changes to GitHub, I get the following error (after entering my global storage password): Code: Can't connect to any repository: https://Bone008@github.com/Bone008/RoutePlanner.git (An internal Exception occurred during push: https://Bone008@github.com/Bone008/RoutePlanner.git: not authorized) After restarting Eclipse a dozen of times, playing around with some settings (can't understand why it tells me "not authorized", I didn't change any password and it always worked before ...), I now sometimes just get this popup: Image (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Image (open) Image (close) I followed this tutorial to set everything up: http://forums.bukkit.org/threads/github-and-eclipse.40351/ And it used to work before ... The GitHub repo is here: https://github.com/Bone008/RoutePlanner And the HTTP link that shows up (which uses https, actually) does match and I of course have Read+Write access as I am the owner. The same applies for my other plugin DeathControl, btw. Tried it multiple times. And now tried it once more, and ... it worked. Same settings. I am out of options oO For RoutePlanner, it still won't work. It is always rejected (image above). I think the error above that only shows up when I enter a wrong password, not sure ... Anyone got an idea why this happens?