The clever bot for github issue auto-tagging and assignment.
Fetch the OAuth token for the bot:
Create and edit a copy of
cp example-config.json config.jsonvim config.json
Or create it manually:
"token": "...""repo": "indutny/caine#master""contributing": "test/fixtures/CONTRIBUTING.md""labels":"waiting": "need info""success": "caine passed""pollInterval": 60
Start the caine:
./bin/caine --config config.json
Caine will fetch the
config.contributing file every
seconds and will parse the semantic data out of it.
Then it'll get the list of all un-assigned issues and Pull Requests from the
specified repository (
config.repo), and will find the ones without
config.labels.waiting label, or with a recent comment from the issue author.
Caine will ask user to fill out the form from
config.contributing, and will
validate it and tag the issue with labels on success.
## Caine's section, should just start with `Caine's`Some text that will be posted on the issue/PR.Here goes the questions that Caine will expect the answers for.### Questions:* _Issue-only_ This kind of question will appear only for issues.* _PR-only_ This question will appear only for Pull Requests* Questions may be without expected answer* Or with expected one. _Expected: `yes`_* Also, you may ask Caine to expect _One of: `item1, item2, item3`_* Or add a _label_ for _One of: `a, b, c, d`_Here could go some text again.But please don't forget to post like this, to let Caine know how its shouldrespond to various situations. NOTE: that it is required to put this quotesin a separate markdown paragraphs._In case of success I will say:_ `...summoning the core team devs!`._In case of validation problem I will say:_ `Sorry, but something is not righthere:`.Another thing that you could do with Caine is auto-assignment of issues.### ResponsibilitiesIt will find the `Responsiblities` section and parse the map out of the firstlist in it. When one of the added labels will match the one in this list -a random maintainer will be assigned to the issue.* indutny: crypto, tls, https, child_process, c++* trevnorris: buffer, http, https, smalloc* bnoordhuis: http, cluster, child_process, dgram
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Copyright Fedor Indutny, 2014.
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