The goal of socialGH is to help extracting information from social relations on repositories on GitHub.
You can install the released version of socialGH from GitHub with:
This is a basic example which shows you how to retrieve the issues at the current state::
You can download issues (does not include comments made on them), pull requests (PR), events, and comments on issues and PR.
get_issues("llrs/socialGH") #> assignees assignee label state #> 1 NA NA closed #> 2 NA, NA, llrs, User, FALSE llrs, User, FALSE todo :spiral_notepad: closed #> 3 NA, NA, llrs, User, FALSE llrs, User, FALSE todo :spiral_notepad: closed #> locked milestone n_comments title #> 1 FALSE 0 Extract who closes the issues #> 2 FALSE 0 spiral_notepad: open #> 3 FALSE 1 Replace NULL to NA when returning results #> created updated association #> 1 2020-08-01 07:53:02 2020-08-03 08:27:26 OWNER #> 2 2020-07-12 09:07:21 2021-04-22 08:56:00 NONE #> 3 2020-07-11 12:21:51 2020-08-01 07:40:22 OWNER #> text #> 1 Currently when the event of closed is tidied, it doesn't record who did it. #> 2 https://github.com/llrs/socialGH/blob/a5e48edf27313b50ec607020dfe2f16dfe14ff6d/README.md#L39-L44\n\n---\n\n###### This issue was generated by [todo](https://todo.jasonet.co) based on a `todo` comment in a5e48edf27313b50ec607020dfe2f16dfe14ff6d. It's been assigned to @llrs because they committed the code. #> 3 Change the default that it is returning to make it easier to filter, mutate, etc\r\nCurrently it is difficult as it need to be unpacked each time... #> id closer poster #> 1 3 NA llrs, User, FALSE #> 2 2 NA todo[bot], Bot, FALSE #> 3 1 NA llrs, User, FALSE
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