Convert your GitHub issues into printable cards for your physical Scrum/Kanban board.
Convert your GitHub issues into printable cards for your physical Scrum board.
- Free software: MIT license
- Documentation: https://github-cards.readthedocs.io.
This tool creates a printable HTML-file containing the issues of a GitHub repository. You can print the file, cut the cards and attach them to your physical Scrum/Kanban board.
To use it, run
# github_cards REPOSITORY_OWNER REPOSITORY_NAME >> github_cards pallets click
There are some options available, e.g. to access private repositories or only select a certain milestone.
>> github_cards --help Usage: github_cards [OPTIONS] OWNER REPOSITORY Console script for github_cards. Options: -u, --username TEXT Username to perform authenticated requests with. If provided, the script will request the password. -p, --password TEXT Password for the username provided. If the username is set but the password is not provided, script will request it. -m, --milestone-title TEXT Limit selected issues to a milestone by the milestone's title. It will search the repository for that milestone and error if it's not available. -m#, --milestone-number TEXT Limit selected issue to a milestone by the milestone's number (similarly to issue numbers). Will be overwritten by the milestone title if set. -s, --state [all|open|closed] Limit to all, open or closed issues. Defaults to open -pr, --per-row INTEGER Number of cards per row -pc, --per-column INTEGER Number of cards per column -o, --output PATH HTML filename to output to. Defaults to a value containing the repository title and the current time. --help Show this message and exit. Show this message and exit.
- Error handling
- Add some tests
- Add documentation
- Caching of already covered cards
- User provided templates
- List milestones
- First release on PyPI.
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