discord - GitHub webhook that analyzes pull requests and adds comments about incompatible CSS

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This project has been on hiatus since Feb, 2016. While this README will still work, you should not expect any timely responses from the project maintainers. If you would like to take over maintenance of this project, please file an issue for us to discuss.

https://github.com/groovecoder/discord

Dependencies:

body-parser : ^1.6.6
doiuse : ^2.2.1
express : ^4.8.6
gulp : ^3.8.11
gulp-marked : ^1.0.0
kue : ^0.10.4
newrelic : ^1.21.1
nunjucks : ^1.3.4
octonode : ^0.7.1
pg : ^4.4.1
pg-hstore : ^2.3.2
postcss : ^4.1.11
q : ^1.4.1
request : ^2.40.0
sequelize : ^3.5.1
sequelize-cli : ^1.7.4
source-map : ^0.4.2
stylus : ^0.51.1

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