Talking to Muse

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.