Issues

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Top 22 Issue Open-Source Projects

  • github-issue-templates

    :symbols: A collection of GitHub issue and pull request templates

    Project mention: Despite having just 5.8% sales, over 38% of bug reports come from Linux | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-24

    From https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19686470 :

    > GitHub and GitLab support task checklists in Markdown and also project boards [...]

    > GitHub and GitLab support (multiple) Issue and Pull Request templates:

    > Default: /.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md || Configure in web interface

    > /.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE/Name.md || /.gitlab/issue_templates/Name.md

    > Default: /.github/PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE.md || Configure in web interface

    > /.github/PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE/Name.md || /.gitlab/merge_request_templates/Name.md

    > There are template templates in awesome-github-templates [1] and checklist template templates in github-issue-templates [2].

    > [1] https://github.com/devspace/awesome-github-templates

    > [2] https://github.com/stevemao/github-issue-templates

  • django-helpdesk

    A Django application to manage tickets for an internal helpdesk. Formerly known as Jutda Helpdesk.

    Project mention: How we found and helped fix 24 bugs in 24 hours (in Tensorflow, Sentry, V8, PyTorch, Hue, and more) | dev.to | 2022-01-05

    django-helpdesk

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • trudesk

    :coffee: :seedling: Trudesk is an open-source help desk/ticketing solution.

    Project mention: Looking for a ticket system for a very small business | reddit.com/r/linuxadmin | 2021-12-17

    I've been using Trudesk. Easy to spin up in Docker.

  • PowerShellTraps

    Collection of PowerShell traps and oddities

    Project mention: PowerShell beginner information | reddit.com/r/PowerShell | 2021-09-02

    · https://github.com/nightroman/PowerShellTraps

  • galliumos-distro

    Docs, issues, and artwork sources for GalliumOS

    Project mention: What specs to prioritize for a game streaming laptop? | reddit.com/r/cloudygamer | 2022-06-28
  • amazing-github-template

    🚀 Useful README.md, LICENSE, CONTRIBUTING.md, CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md, SECURITY.md, GitHub Issues, Pull Requests and Actions templates to jumpstart your projects.

    Project mention: 8 Must-Have GitHub Repos for Front-end Developers | dev.to | 2022-04-10

    You can easily create these community health files using the amazing github template generator for your .github or generate for individual repositories.

  • eventum

    Eventum Issue Tracking System

  • SonarLint

    Clean code begins in your IDE with SonarLint. Up your coding game and discover issues early. SonarLint is a free plugin that helps you find & fix bugs and security issues from the moment you start writing code. Install from your favorite IDE marketplace today.

  • repo-lockdown

    GitHub Action that immediately closes and locks issues and pull requests

    Project mention: Ask HN: How did you recover from burnout? | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-28

    Something that really helps me uncouple programming from burnout is having a strictly-non-collaborative personal project in a language/ecosystem I intentionally avoid in the professional world. It's still open source Free Software but I don't ever want a pull request or even a bug report because then it becomes work and means the codebase is no longer a 1:1 representation of my own brain-space/goals/style.

    Not that I have received any of those things, but I have steeled myself to be ready to turn it down if it ever does. The social pressure is real, and Github doesn't even let you disable pull requests so I had to configure a bot to automatically be an asshole for me: https://github.com/dessant/repo-lockdown

    Here's the message I configured in my `.github/lockdown.yaml`:

    ```comment: Please accept my apologies for your wasted effort in closing this pull request, but I am not prepared to accept changes on this project at this time, if ever. This is a personal project for my personal website that I'm happy to share, but I want the code to be all mine. I would not be able to mentally connect with my codebase as well if it were a reflection of anyone but myself, and accepting others' code complicates the copyright situation regardless of the software license used. Please e-mail me with any bug reports :)```

  • export-pull-requests

    Export pull requests and/or issues to a CSV file. Supports GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket

  • fusionauth-issues

    FusionAuth issue submission project

    Project mention: Ask HN: Anyone use GitHub Issues at their company? | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-03-29

    We do, extensively, both internally and externally. In fact, we don't have any other explicit way to order engineering work. (There's always the "inside the CTO's head" priority list, but we strive to get that into GH issues.)

    https://github.com/fusionauth/fusionauth-issues/issues is our main external facing repo. We use it:

    * to track issues. Every code change should tie back to an issue in this repo.

    * to get feedback from the community. People can upvote issues that are important to them.

    * to take input from the community. If someone wants a feature added or a bug fixed, we ask them to file an issue. This is a desired bit of friction (if you can't be bothered to file an issue, then you probably don't care that much).

    * to expose the near term roadmap to customers and community members (we do this using milestones)

    * to expose our decision making and prioritization process. We've had customers say they loved that about our product. The product is not open source, but the development process is as transparent as we can make it (see https://github.com/FusionAuth/fusionauth-issues/issues/1577 for example).

    It's great for all those things. On to your concerns:

    * bug reporting: yes, but make sure you use templates

    * sprint/epic management: okay for that. Not easy to tie bugs together in any structured way (we use a 'related bugs' section of the issue description, but that depends on frail humans to keep it up to date)

    * release management (from development, to code review, to QE verification, to release): less familiar with this, I know there is a kanban view that we've used. Milestones are useful here.

    * integration with non-engineering teams (ie, letting customer support/customer success tag issues that customers have brought up): as long as they are GH knowledgeable, it'll work.

    From my limited jira experience, it's much more powerful when you have teams of teams and need reporting and customization. But for a team our size (<10 engineers), GH issues has been great.

  • label-actions

    🤖 GitHub Action that performs certain tasks when issues, pull requests or discussions are labeled or unlabeled (by dessant)

    Project mention: Label-based Auto Reviewer Assign Action | dev.to | 2021-12-08

    This project is a fork of dessant/label-actions. Special thanks to original author, dessant! ❤️

  • backup-github-repo

    Backup all the issues and pull requests of a Github repo, including the comments, events, and labels, as JSON and as HTML

  • missue

    A Toolkit helps you to management your TODO based on GitHub Issues.

  • ghissue

    🙌 Bulk-upload GitHub Issues

  • memes-on-issues-action

    greet the issue raiser with a custom message and a bonus programming meme :smile:

  • Fork_CPP

    This repository contain the C++ program from basic to advance. This repository will help you to prepare for the interview questions.

  • github-scrumboard

    :calendar: GitHub Scrumboard Chromium Extension

  • gh-issues-to-rss

    Convert github issues and prs into rss feed

    Project mention: gh-issues-to-rss: Convert github issues and prs into rss feed | reddit.com/r/planetemacs | 2021-10-14
  • issue-stats-card

    Analyse a github repo's issues then generates a table of stats for quick info.

    Project mention: Github Issues stats in a compact way | dev.to | 2021-12-08

    View on GitHub

  • github-commander

    A CLI tool for performing tedious GitHub settings with a keystroke

    Project mention: Ask HN: How to handle and500 repositories in GitHub? | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-07-12

    I built this command line tool to manage settings and configuration of an org with ~300 repositories: https://github.com/svenmuennich/github-commander

  • buggy

    CLI tool to report bugs in Python packages

    Project mention: buggy: CLI tool to report bugs in Python packages | reddit.com/r/Python | 2022-07-04

    bash python3 -m pip install --user buggy python3 -m buggy flask https://github.com/orsinium-labs/buggy

  • Github-Help-Wanted

    Program used for fetching github issues with the 'help-wanted' tag

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-07-04.

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What are some of the best open-source Issue projects? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 github-issue-templates 3,326
2 django-helpdesk 1,342
3 trudesk 817
4 PowerShellTraps 341
5 galliumos-distro 334
6 amazing-github-template 202
7 eventum 146
8 repo-lockdown 96
9 export-pull-requests 94
10 fusionauth-issues 64
11 label-actions 61
12 backup-github-repo 32
13 missue 32
14 ghissue 22
15 memes-on-issues-action 14
16 Fork_CPP 9
17 github-scrumboard 4
18 gh-issues-to-rss 4
19 issue-stats-card 4
20 github-commander 2
21 buggy 2
22 Github-Help-Wanted 1
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