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Add CodeTriage badge to opserver/opserver #309

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codetriage-readme-bot commented Feb 21, 2018

Adds a badge showing the number of people helping this repo on CodeTriage.

Open Source Helpers

What is CodeTriage?

CodeTriage is an Open Source app that is designed to make contributing to Open Source projects easier. It works by sending subscribers a few open issues in their inbox. If subscribers get busy, there is an algorithm that backs off issue load so they do not get overwhelmed

Read more about the CodeTriage project.

Why am I getting this PR?

Your project was picked by the human, @schneems. They selected it from the projects submitted to https://www.codetriage.com and hand edited the PR. How did your project get added to CodeTriage? Roughly 12 months ago, HansVader added this project to CodeTriage in order to start contributing. Since then, 2 people have subscribed to help this repo.

What does adding a badge accomplish?

Adding a badge invites people to help contribute to your project. It also lets developers know that others are invested in the longterm success and maintainability of the project.

You can see an example of a CodeTriage badge on these popular OSS READMEs:

Have a question or comment?

While I am a bot, this PR was manually reviewed and monitored by a human - @schneems. My job is writing commit messages and handling PR logistics.

If you have any questions, you can reply back to this PR and they will be answered by @schneems. If you do not want a badge right now, no worries, close the PR, you will not hear from me again.

Thanks for making your project Open Source! Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Add CodeTriage badge to opserver/opserver
Adds a badge showing the number of people helping this repo on CodeTriage.

[![Open Source Helpers](https://www.codetriage.com/opserver/opserver/badges/users.svg)](https://www.codetriage.com/opserver/opserver)

## What is CodeTriage?

CodeTriage is an Open Source app that is designed to make contributing to Open Source projects easier. It works by sending subscribers a few open issues in their inbox. If subscribers get busy, there is an algorithm that backs off issue load so they do not get overwhelmed

[Read more about the CodeTriage project](https://www.codetriage.com/what).

## Why am I getting this PR?

Your project was picked by the human, @schneems. They selected it from the projects submitted to https://www.codetriage.com and hand edited the PR. How did your project get added to [CodeTriage](https://www.codetriage.com/what)? Roughly 12 months ago, [HansVader](https://github.com/HansVader) added this project to CodeTriage in order to start contributing. Since then, 2 people have subscribed to help this repo.

## What does adding a badge accomplish?

Adding a badge invites people to help contribute to your project. It also lets developers know that others are invested in the longterm success and maintainability of the project.

You can see an example of a CodeTriage badge on these popular OSS READMEs:

- [![](https://www.codetriage.com/rails/rails/badges/users.svg)](https://www.codetriage.com/rails/rails) https://github.com/rails/rails
- [![](https://www.codetriage.com/crystal-lang/crystal/badges/users.svg)](https://www.codetriage.com/crystal-lang/crystal) https://github.com/crystal-lang/crystal

## Have a question or comment?

While I am a bot, this PR was manually reviewed and monitored by a human - @schneems. My job is writing commit messages and handling PR logistics.

If you have any questions, you can reply back to this PR and they will be answered by @schneems. If you do not want a badge right now, no worries, close the PR, you will not hear from me again.

Thanks for making your project Open Source! Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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NickCraver commented Feb 21, 2018

@codetriage-readme-bot This is how the PR appeared in my inbox, it looks like you have some issues with the image format and email clients which isn't awesome as those things get sent around as a result of normal GitHub activity - are you aware of this?

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schneems commented Feb 22, 2018

Ahh. Thanks for the note. Gmail and some others doesn’t render SVG images.

Not sure if a good way around this unless I don’t put the badge in the PR body.

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