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README.md

GitYeller

GitYeller

Subscribe to your favorite Github repositories and get an email once there is a new issue of a specific label.

I needed a way to watch out issues of common labels like "need help", "documentation", etc to contribute to my favorite repositories.

GitYeller is what I came up with. Read more about it at my blog post.

Development

GitYeller is divided in two parts.

  • The front server/client (server and app folders) application that uses React/Webpack and Node.js.

  • The worker (worker folder) that constantly traverses the database and check against Github's API.

Once you have cloned the repository:

  1. Update config/default.json. All you need for the frontend app is the Mongo URI
  2. run npm install to install dependencies
  3. run npm run dev to run the development server
  4. run node worker to run the worker. Update config first.

Contribute

Contributions are welcome!

Make sure that npm test passes and give me a heads up before you start writing code!

License

MIT License