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    • Matt Rogers's avatar
      Merge pull request #642 from schneems/schneems/codetriage-badge · fc709bdc
      Matt Rogers authored
      [ci skip] Add CodeTriage badge
      fc709bdc
    • schneems's avatar
      [ci skip] Add CodeTriage badge · 18ad4bb8
      schneems authored
      [CodeTriage](https://www.codetriage.com/) is an app I have maintained
      for the past 4-5 years with the goal of getting people involved in
      Open Source projects like this one. The app sends subscribers a random
      open issue for them to help "triage". For some languages you can also
      suggested areas to add documentation.
      
      The initial approach was inspired by seeing the work of the small
      core team spending countless hours asking "what version was
      this in" and "can you give us an example app". The idea is to
      outsource these small interactions to a huge team of volunteers
      and let the core team focus on their work.
      
      I want to add a badge to the README of this project. The idea is to
      provide an easy link for people to get started contributing to this
      project. A badge indicates the number of people currently subscribed
      to help the repo. The color is based off of open issues in the project.
      
      Here are some examples of other projects that have a badge in their
      README:
      
      - https://github.com/crystal-lang/crystal
      - https://github.com/rails/rails
      - https://github.com/codetriage/codetriage
      
      Thanks for building open source software, I would love to help you find some helpers.
      18ad4bb8
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    • Robin Dupret's avatar
      Avoid requiring the top level file in the 'compat' file · 25feb4ea
      Robin Dupret authored
      As of #401, the compatibility layer lives in its own file but since
      Yard provides a Redcarpet support and relies on the same symbol to
      specify the provider and the require string (https://git.io/vDLyr),
      we can't ask them to "require 'redcarpet/compat'" so let's still
      require the compatibility layer by default.
      
      Fixes #589.
      25feb4ea
  19. 28 Jan, 2017 5 commits
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    • Robin Dupret's avatar
      Update the Travis configuration file · 10b7938f
      Robin Dupret authored
      Update the build configuration to remove some useless steps and
      build on a Trusty version now as Rubinius only supports it. Finally,
      remove 1.9.2 from the build matrix as it doesn't work on Trusty but
      is EOL since 2014.
      10b7938f
  21. 25 Dec, 2016 4 commits