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Match 'help wanted' and 'priority' labels with regex #89

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poftadeh opened this issue Jun 30, 2019 · 0 comments · Fixed by #99
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Match 'help wanted' and 'priority' labels with regex #89

poftadeh opened this issue Jun 30, 2019 · 0 comments · Fixed by #99

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@poftadeh poftadeh commented Jun 30, 2019

It may be useful to match help wanted labels in a way that can accommodate different label conventions: e.g. help wanted, help-wanted, Type: Help Wanted, kind/helpWanted, etc. Filtering by regex might do the trick, i.e. something like lable.match(/help( |-)?wanted/i).

Edit: Do the same with priority labels for PR reminders. If no label, return a priority of medium by default. #87

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@poftadeh poftadeh changed the title Match help wanted labels with regex Match `help wanted` labels with regex Jul 3, 2019
@poftadeh poftadeh changed the title Match `help wanted` labels with regex Match 'help wanted' and 'priority` labels with regex Jul 3, 2019
@poftadeh poftadeh changed the title Match 'help wanted' and 'priority` labels with regex Match 'help wanted' and 'priority' labels with regex Jul 3, 2019
Kanban automation moved this from To do to Done Oct 7, 2019
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