GitHub PR triage across multiple projects

28 April 2014   0 comments   Web development, Mozilla, Javascript

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I have now closed issue #2 on github-pr-triage. So, now you can have a dashboad of every GitHub project whose pull requests you care about.

The only format of using just 1 repo works too. E.g. /owner/project) and should hopefully not break anybody's bookmarks. The new format for having multiple repos across (possibly) multiple owners is like this:

owner1:projectA,projectB;owner2:projectX,projectY,projectZ

See screenshot:

A couple of different projects

To set yours up, here's a running instance available on https://prs.paas.allizom.org

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