Triage for GitHub
Desktop app for dividing GitHub issues and pull requests into go or no-go quickly.
Enable to classify a lot of issues and pull requests.
We can use an ecosystem with GitHub - CI, coverage and pull requests.
(Use tachikoma.io, please!)
But too many pull requests bother us. We often overlook this.
Especially building an app by a pull request with an empty commit like ping, we want to close the pull request quickly after confirming CI 'success'.
We can see own pull requests at GitHub
/pulls. This is similar to what we want.
And we can search a pull requests.
But we should click a pull request, open a pull request page, click the close button, close pull request page, click a pull
It's too much.
Plan B: Triage for GitHub
That is where "Triage for GitHub" comes in.
We can triage GitHub issues and pull requests. We can "close" issues very quickly. We can also "Jump" to details with GitHub UI.
How to use
Download from Latest release for your own environment.
Set GitHub personal token which scope is
lyrictenor/example-issues's issues and pull requests.
You can create any issues, send a pull request.
This case, you have too small GitHub's api limit.
60 requests per hour.
Show issues / pull requests
Order by updated at, desc. Only latest 5 days.
Set autopilot enable, then you get interval autopilot.
If your autopilot hangs up, move to debug pane and execute force unlock.
There are details about an issue and a pull request with "v" icon.
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