I do a lot of my day to day work on Github, as you may have noticed. So, to be a good #indieweb citizen, I figured it’d be nice to be able to at least comment on tickets from my own site.

Thankfully, Github has a pretty comprehensive API, so it turns out that doing this was pretty easy. So, I wrote a quick plugin for Known…

Github ticket and comment syndication

Install and activate the plugin in the usual way, and once enabled, you will have the ability to reply to comments and create tickets on Github. This is particularly useful when using the Known browser extensions (like my Chrome plugin).

To create a new ticket, make a reply to a plugin’s issues page, and to create a new comment, simply reply to the comment thread.

Let me know how you get on!

» Visit the project on Github...

4 thoughts on “Posting comments and issues to Github from Known

  1. @mapkyca I really love your plugins for Known, ALL of them ! loving the GitHub one particularly handy to be able to participate on Github but still retain the activity on our website, I love how it’s putting things in practice efficiently !
    by the way it’s not just your plugins that are great ! it’s your entire blog, loving your posts on HTTPS, Tor & other nice goodies !

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