[Virtual] GitHub task automation with serverless actions
May 28, 2020
GitHub permissions get complicated. There are nuances to understanding what an owner can do vs what a member can do. So as your organization grows, more restrictions may be placed on what members can do.
This webinar illustrates an easy to use way to request new repos be made for a GitHub org. It involves asking members to request new repos by filing issues in a specific repo. This allows for multiple owners to see the same queue, and gives you a record of how many requests have been made.
Speaker: Sbusiso Mkhombe, IBM Developer Advocate
– An IBM Cloud Account: https://ibm.biz/BdqPmS
– A GitHub Account: https://github.com/
– A GitHub organization where you are the owner. You can create your own organization if you don’t have access to one
Check out the resources which will help you: Learn – Develop – Connect
IBM Developer (developer.ibm.com)
Red Hat courses (https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/all-courses-exams)
MEA Meetup Page (https://www.meetup.com/IBM-Cloud-MEA/)
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