Issue Stats analyses a repo's issues and then generates a table for quick and easy info. The stat points are:
- average issue response time ⏱
- total issues 🔢
- open issues 📬
- closed issues 📭
- replied issues ☑
- not replied issues ➖
Maintainer Must-Haves / Wacky Wildcards
Analyse a github repo's issues then generates a table of stats for quick info.
|Not Replied Issues
|Avg. Issue Response Time
How to use
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Go to your special repository(repo with name the same as git username).
Add the following section to your README.md file, you can give whatever title you want. Just make sure that you use
<!-- <-ISSUE-STAT-HERE-> --><!-- <-ISSUE-END-HERE-> -->in your readme. The workflow will replace this comment with the actual blog post list:
# ISSUE STATS <!-- <-ISSUE-STAT-HERE-> --> <!-- <-ISSUE-END-HERE-> -->
Create a folder named
.githuband create a
workflowsfolder inside it, if it doesn't exist.
Create a new file named
issue-stat-workflow.ymlwith the following contents inside the workflow folder:
name: Issue Stats Card on: issues: types: [opened, edited, closed] issue_comment: types: [created,…
name: Issue Stats Card on: issues: types: [opened, edited, closed] issue_comment: types: [created, deleted] workflow_dispatch: # Run workflow manually (without waiting for the cron to be called), through the Github Actions Workflow page directly jobs: get_repo_issue_stats: runs-on: ubuntu-latest name: Get repo issue stats steps: - name: Checkout uses: actions/checkout@v2 - name: Get issue stats then generate card uses: arndom/issue-stats-card@v1
Late submission incoming... been a wonderful hackathon, so glad I found the time to learn something new and make this.
Special thanks to @omzlaw for the help in my thought process and debugging.
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