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Add bot usernames for rails/rails #19

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sagesharp opened this Issue Nov 8, 2016 · 1 comment

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sagesharp commented Nov 8, 2016

Many github communities use bots to suggest reviewers, do automated testing, and more.

foss-heartbeat breaks bots into a separate category in the html contribution statistics, by checking for the username in getBots in ghstats.py.

Additionally, if a bot merges a commit after being issued a command in a pull request comment, appendReviewers in ghcategorize.py will attribute the merge to that person, as well as to the bot. Currently, we check for a specific command string at the beginning of the comment. If your test-and-merge bot accepts commands in the middle of a comment, please update the code.

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sgrif Nov 18, 2016

We have two bots that are used. Only one is relevant to your study. The username is https://github.com/rails-bot. It is a fork of rust-highfive. The second bot is responsible for closing issues that have been without activity for several months. It appears under the same username.

sgrif commented Nov 18, 2016

We have two bots that are used. Only one is relevant to your study. The username is https://github.com/rails-bot. It is a fork of rust-highfive. The second bot is responsible for closing issues that have been without activity for several months. It appears under the same username.

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