Fire and forget tools that you might find useful. Mostly maintained, usually feature complete.

Long term development can be found on the projects page

GitHub Actions

Automatic Issue Management

Automatically manage issues. Adds needs-triage, waiting-for-team and waiting-for-author labels
#issue

Debug Artifact

Uploads the event.json file and environment variables as an artifact for each GitHub Action run

Automatically add a `Reviewed-by` trailer

Pull request reviews are important - start tracking who your best reviewers are!
#pull-request

Heroku Build Logs

Attach Heroku build logs as a comment on deployment failure
#deployment

Heroku Review Application

Create a Heroku review app when a PR is raised by someone with write or admin access
#pull-request

Hold Your Horses

This GitHub Action can be used to enforce a minimum review time for pull requests. It's user configurable, but defaults to 10 minutes.
#pull-request

Issue Checklist

Fails a pull request if there are any incomplete checklists in the issue body and/or comments.
#issue #pull-request

Issue to Jira

Create a Jira ticket whenever a new GitHub Issue is raised. Any comments on the issue will be posted to the Jira ticket as comments and any labels applied/removed will be synced
#issue

Markdown Meta

Read front-matter from Markdown files
#pull-request

PHPUnit Matcher Action

Use the built in PHPUnit --teamcity formatter to add annotations to your Github Actions builds.
#issue #pull-request

Required Labels

This action allows you to fail the build if/unless a certain combination of labels are applied to a pull request.
#issue #pull-request

Automatically approve workflow runs

Automatically approve workflow runs from first time contributors. This action is designed to be run on a schedule within your organisation.
#pull-request