It’s another monthly burst of news about bors-ng, one way to solve Pablo’s problem.
In the last month, we landed 11 PRs in the bors-ng repository, mostly written by @umamaistempo. Wow, you were on a roll this month!
“This Month in Bors” is written in public on GitHub. If you find a mistake, pull requests or issue reports are appreciated!
- umamaistempo made pull request review behavior more closely match GitHub’s
- umamaistempo improved the sort order on the dashboard
- umamaistempo removed duplicates on the Repositories page, and sorted them
- umamaistempo fixed a corner case in user adding
- samueldple clarified the Heroku setup documentation
- umamaistempo sorted pull requests on the dashboard
- DilumAluthge added the Bors Enabled badge to the Settings page
- umamaistempo fixed a bug in the config loading for the command trigger and the phoenix task
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Who’s using bors?
This month’s featured user is sodiumoxide, Rust language bindings to libsodium.
libsodium is a cryptography library. It’s a fork of NaCL, ported to use regular GNU Automake and Visual Studio projects instead of NaCL’s odd
do build system, providing package definitions for popular operating systems and build systems, and more functionality.
libsodium and nacl are both designed to be used by non-cryptography experts, providing a simple, easy-to-use C API with good security and good documentation. Despite their raison d’être being usability, and the resulting security benefits of being more usable, their cryptographic primitives are often faster than other cryptographic libraries.
Got any suggestions for next month? Post a comment on the July pull request.