Musebot doesn’t just comment, it also listens for comments as commands. While its vocabulary is limited right now, it will grow over time.
Getting Musebot’s Attention
To issue Musebot a command, simply
@muse-dev followed by the command. This ensures Musebot doesn’t
chime in when you aren’t talking to it.
Ignore - Mark a Report as False Positives
Musebot is preconfigured to minimize noise from false positives, but isn’t perfect and wants to
improve. Should Musebot report an issue that you determine isn’t a bug, you can tell Musebot to
ignore that report going forward. When you comment
@muse-dev ignore, Musebot will remove the bug
report from results and from the status bar in Github.
Unignore - Undo an Ignore Reports
Should you or a colleague comment
@muse-dev ignore, but change your mind and wish the report to
remain, you can comment
@muse-dev unignore and Musebot will undo the ignore notation and treat the
report as a legitimate bug report
Help - Get Help from Musebot
If you need a reminder of Musebot’s commands or how to get further information, or to add Muse to
another project, comment
@muse-dev help and Musebot will respond with a list of commands and quick
links to our documentation and our console where you can view results or add Muse to other projects.