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You're a member of a popular open source project that involves front-end Web technologies. Cool.But due to the project's popularity, you will get some pull requests proposed by folks who don't read the contributing guidelines, folks who don't understand asset pipelines, or just plain newbies (hey, everybody's gotta start somewhere).By automating the process of sanity-checking proposed pull requests:* Feedback can be given to the pull requester *extremely* quickly, decreasing the turnaround time on fixing the pull request and decreasing friction for the requester.* The requester can be referred to canonical write-ups explaining the common mistakes in detail, so that they have full context for understanding the reported mistakes.* Issue triagers will have less work to deal with, and human error in failing to zealously check every single pull request for every common mistake is eliminated.