Heavily inspired by GitHub’s Hubot – botdylan lets you automate any process in GitHub.
From the readme:
We use Github heavily. There are some repetitive tasks that were taking away our time to hack on a better product. Since we are in the productivity space we decided to stop doing things manually and start to have a more productive environment to work with.
Here are a few examples of what you can do with botdylan:
- Label issues with the status of the CI
- Show a cowboy image when someone posts directly to develop
- Label issues that have 2 or more thumbs
- Post images on demand "image me..."
- Label issues with the status of the PR (mergeable or not)
- Ping inactive pull requests
- Post message to your chat room (when the CI fails for instance)
- Interact with other services via HTTP
botdylan runs as a daemon and gets configured through a
config.json file that describes
cron scripts execute periodically and
hook scripts execute on
github hook events.
$ ls /etc/botdylan scripts/hooks scripts/crons config.json $ botdylan --dir /etc/botdylan
Check out the project on GitHub to learn more.