It’s another monthly burst of news about bors-ng, another piece of boilerplate crap for your GitHub repository.

In the last month, we landed 14 PRs in the bors-ng repository.

“This Month in Bors” is written in public on GitHub. If you find a mistake, pull requests or issue reports are appreciated!

Notable Additions

  • francoisfreitag fixed a typo in one of the messages
  • francoisfreitag silenced a number of Elixir warnings
  • francoisfreitag improved the minimum supported version docs
  • francoisfreitag added auto-formatting with mix format
  • francoisfreitag renamed the squash merge working branch
  • gebner added co-authored-by line to squash commits
  • gebner added full names to commit author lines
  • gebner changed bors comments to use a smaller font size
  • cryslith added a config option for public ports
  • swist fixed bors’s handling of the special @ghost user
  • swist fixed bors’ way of counting approvers
  • swist improved error handling when synthesize commit and get labels are run

New Contributors

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Who’s using bors?

This month’s featured user is Cerebrum Corporation. Cerebrum develops workflow tracking software for medical labs: our software provides specialized data entry screens for each stage of the workflow, controls label printers for each sample material, and it records what happened in a database for the final diagnostic report, billing, auditing, and metrics.

Got any suggestions for next month? Post a comment on the May pull request.