Named after Pepper Potts. Set all your GitHub repos master branches to be protected.
You can set which orgs to include and use
--dry-run to see the changes before they are actually made. Your user is automatically added to the repositories it will consider.
Also see genuinetools/audit for checking what collaborators, hooks, deploy keys, and protected branched you have added on all your GitHub repositories.
$ go get github.com/genuinetools/pepper
$ pepper -h _ __ ___ _ __ _ __ ___ _ __ | '_ \ / _ \ '_ \| '_ \ / _ \ '__| | |_) | __/ |_) | |_) | __/ | | .__/ \___| .__/| .__/ \___|_| |_| |_| |_| Set all your GitHub repos master branches to be protected. Version: v0.5.0 Build: 8b7274f -d run in debug mode -dry-run do not change branch settings just print the changes that would occur -nouser do not include your user -orgs organizations to include -token GitHub API token (or env var GITHUB_TOKEN) -url GitHub Enterprise URL -v print version and exit (shorthand) -version print version and exit
$ pepper --dry-run --token 12345 --orgs jessconf --orgs maintainerati [OK] jessconf/jessconf:master is already protected [OK] genuinetools/.vim:master is already protected [OK] genuinetools/anonymail:master is already protected [OK] genuinetools/apk-file:master is already protected [UPDATE] genuinetools/certok:master will be changed to protected ... [OK] genuinetools/weather:master is already protected [OK] genuinetools/ykpiv:master is already protected [OK] maintainerati/wontfix-cabal-site:master is already protected