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Bob Ross blesses your Repo With Happy Little Accidents

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My Workflow

The action is named "happy-little-action". This workflow is for anyone who wants to feel the joy of painting in their repository. Bob Ross's gentle spirit will add a happy little accident (a text file containing some of his words of wisdom or a PNG of one of his paintings) to your repository after each commit or pull request.

screenshot of repository with happy accident files added

screenshot of painting file added

screenshot of text file added

Submission Category:

Wacky Wildcards

Yaml File or Link to Code

GitHub logo rdlucas2 / happy-little-action

Happy little accidents appear in your github repository

happy-little-action

Happy little accidents appear in your github repository

Inputs

github-token

Required Your Github Token used to auth to github rest api, set to: "${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}".

Example usage

uses: rdlucas2/happy-little-action@v0.0.13
    with:
        github-token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}



**Example Yaml Workflow File**

Additional Resources / Info

This is the last of my entries to the actionsHackathon submissions! I found some of the resources from existing github repositories, that saved me a lot of time not having to gather the quotes and images. I learned a little using octokit for the first time which was nice too. Thanks for sticking around and happy coding!

Link to where I found the Quotes

Link to where I found the Paintings

My other actionsHackathon submissions:

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Currently doing DevOps - I started with web dev - html/css/javascript and some php, then entered the c#/dotnet world.

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