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Is there any way to post Github commits automagically as completed todos?


Principal Developer at AMEX Middle East
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GitHub offers webhook and various integrations including Zapier

I don't know if it works, but there is a wipchat zapier integration here: github.com/roks0n/wipzap

Principal Developer at AMEX Middle East

Thanks. Trying it now to see if it works!

Maker of things

It might be funny, but the trend for me at the moment is not committing any single thing on the repo. I use /done instead. 😂

I'll write a blog post or Twitter thread if @marc allows me 😁

2000+d streak on GitHub

not sure to understand, if you don't want to commit any single thing, what should be posted automagically then? :)

Principal Developer at AMEX Middle East

😂 Not committing means you run a chance of loosing your code.

2000+d streak on GitHub

Wow, I've been tricked by the UI, I was thinking that @wilbertliu was the original poster that replied that finally he won't commit :) sorry 🤯

Maker of WIP amongst other things.

Whoops. Probably because you received an email about it?

2000+d streak on GitHub

Nope, my eyes didn't check the right section of the page, as you can see in my screenshot, this si ambiguous if I'm the original author adding some body to my title or a commenter :)

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Maker of things

Exactly! 😄 However, that’s too much worry in my stage. I better worry on the other things.

Maker of WIP amongst other things.

Wait, where does you code go if you don't commit it?

Maker of things

On my local machine. With git setup. No commits yet.

I think I’ll commit once the MVP gets done. 🙂

Principal Developer at AMEX Middle East

Ended up using @marc WIP script and made a copy in each repo for easy access... Added it in .ignore to make sure my API key is *not published to GitHub by mistake.... Now when I do a commit, I am trying to create a habit of running "ruby wip.rb" where the script asks for what I did and add the message to create the todo. Thanks @marc for building this.