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export prefix="ghost"
echo "Removing Existing Files"
rm -f ca.*
rm -f ghost.*
echo "Creating SSL Config File"
cat <<EOF >$prefix.cnf
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HubDB dynamic page HTML for a HubSpot Partner Day demo
<!doctype html>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>{{ content.html_title }}</title>
<meta name="description" content="{{ content.meta_description }}">
{# Ideally, include your CSS using get_public_template_url: #}
{#<link rel="stylesheet" href="{{ get_public_template_url('/styles.css') }}" />#}
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ES6 Transpilation and WebPack Setup
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Generate GitHub Issue from Google Form submission

Generate GitHub Enterprise Issue from Google Form submission

To generate a nicely-formatted GitHub issue (even for GitHub Enterprise accounts) from a Google Form submission, you can use Google's script editor along with a GitHub personal access token that connects to the API. This is particularly useful when you need to triage bugs or feature requests directly to developers, but those who are submitting issues do not have access to your GitHub Enterprise instance.

Once this is up and running, on the development end, you can do some cool things within the body of each issue, like automatically closing GitHub issues via your commit messages and CCing your dev group or individual team members for each issue.

Here's how to set it up.

Step 1: Create Your Form

  • Go to Google Drive and create a form with fields
  • Click the Responses tab