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gh-polls - Polls for user feedback in GitHub issues

  •    Go

User polls for GitHub powered by Up.These polls work by pasting individual markdown SVG images into your issue, each wrapped with a link that tracks a vote. A single vote per IP is allowed for a given poll, which are stored in DynamoDB.

github-todos - Git hook to convert your TODOs into Github issues

  •    Javascript

Github-Todos is a git hook to convert your TODOs into Github issues. You can read the full presentation from wiki for detailed information.


  •    Java

JTrac is an open source and highly customizable issue-tracking web-application written in Java.

Flyspray - Web-based Bug Tracking System in PHP

  •    PHP

Flyspray is a lightweight, web-based bug tracking system written in PHP for assisting with software development and project managements. It supports Multiple projects, File attachments, Advanced search features, Atom/RSS feeds, Voting for tasks, Comments, Roadmaps and lot more.

offline-issues - :grey_exclamation: :signal_strength: Get your GitHub Issues to read offline later

  •    Javascript

Get your GitHub Issues offline! In Markdown and HTML. This is a command line application, using Node.js, that fetches the GitHub Issue/s you specify and writes them to files on your computer in both HTML and markdown formats. This way you can view them without an internet connection.

gh-board - Serverless Kanban Board for GitHub Issues

  •    Javascript

gh-board is a serverless Kanban Board for GitHub Issues. Multiple Repositories in an organization can be shown on a board (from different organizations too!). It has support of Real-Time Collaboration, Milestone Planning, Task management, Managing CI Status and Merge Conflict, Linking Github Issues and Pull Requests.

contributors-on-github - :cactus: Show stats about contributors on github

  •    Javascript

The original idea was to show if it's a contributors first PR on the pull request page such as https://github.com/babel/babel/pull/3283. You can start from any page on github.com and when you navigate to a specific issue/pull request (such as https://github.com/babel/babel/pull/3331), it will inject information inline (like the # of PRs a user has made to that specific repo).

PowerShellTraps - Collection of PowerShell traps and oddities

  •    PowerShell

PowerShellTraps is a collection of some PowerShell traps and oddities shown by demo scripts, workarounds, and automated tests. On invoking scripts change to their directory. See also TESTS. Some scripts require Invoke-PowerShell.ps1.

gh-api-stream - streams JSON content from a GitHub API

  •    Javascript

Streams paginated JSON from a GitHub API.For a non-streamed and browser-friendly alternative, see gh-api.

github-dependency-crawl - :beetle: Crawl GitHub issues to build a dependency graph

  •    Javascript

Crawl GitHub issues to build a dependency graph.Where keys indicate issues in the graph, and each maps to a list of its dependencies.

ghissues - A node library to interact with the GitHub issues API

  •    Javascript

ghissues is Copyright (c) 2014 Rod Vagg @rvagg and licensed under the MIT licence. All rights not explicitly granted in the MIT license are reserved. See the included LICENSE file for more details.

bgiframe - A jQuery plugin that helps ease the pain when having to deal with IE z-index issues.

  •    Javascript

Plugin has been rewritten to remove the use of CSS Expressions and to lift the restriction to IE6 only. The IE6 limitation is on by default but is now configurable by passing the conditional option. You may want to do this for instance if you are trying to layer on top of Silverlight in later IE versions. As a result of removing the CSS Expressions, you'll now need to re-run the bgiframe on elements that change their width, height, and/or borders after they are changed. The bgiframe plugin is chainable and applies the iframe hack to get around zIndex issues. It will only apply itself in IE6 (by default) and adds a class to the iframe called 'bgiframe'. The iframe is appended as the first child of the matched element(s) with a tabIndex and zIndex of -1.

i-got-issues - Teams, buckets, and issues.

  •    Ruby

I Got Issues provides a few simple building blocks for organization and then gets out of the way so you can do your work. I Got Issues is team specific and repository agnostic so you can import issues from any number of repositories into your team's buckets.

hubot-github-todos - Manage todos using GitHub issues.

  •    CoffeeScript

Manage todos using GitHub issues. Hubot pulls documentation from the script file itself, so in the interest of not adding redundant information, you can view the the docs here: https://github.com/adamjacobbecker/hubot-github-todos/blob/master/scripts/github-todos.coffee.

ghib - create meaningful git branch names (using github issues)

  •    Javascript

Executing ghib 6 in my project directory. to quickly create the following branch and check it out: 6-auto-detect-owner-and-repository. Lets say I opened an issue titled: auto detect owner and repository. It got assigned an issue number: 6. Now whenever I decide to start working on that issue I'd like to be able to create a branch name for it quickly. Preferably something that will quickly let me know what issue I'm working on and something that will be meaningful.

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