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README.markdown

Webhook hooker.

The goal of this project is to make it easier for people to hook webhooks together without the transmitting party having to configure up all the endpoints users may want.

There's still a lot of work to do to make this great, but I'm currently using it to trigger builds on go projects when upstream software changes.

Github Hooks

Currently, any changes to public github projects (anyone's) are automatically and immediately triggered.

To use this, login to the public instance and create a project. This project represents your project. You can list the dependencies as deps and have outbound URLs that will receive a copy of any hook for a given dependency.

You can use this, for example, to run a build of your project on drone.io any time an upstream dependency changes so you can know quickly when those changes break your project.

For example, if you depend on go-humanize, you can add dustin/go-humanize as a dep on your project.