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Christine Spang
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GitHub sync details

GitHub has a somewhat limited ticketing functionality (GitHub calls tickets "issues").

Tickets have two states: open or closed.

Once a ticket is created, the following modifications can be made to it: - edit ticket body/title - add a new comment - edit a comment's body - close a ticket (or reopen)

Thus, there is no "history" API call---we just get the current state, and we can formulate our own history based on the list of comments, updated_at timestamps, and comparing our state with the current state.

GitHub issues can also have arbitrary "labels" applied to them, but we're currently ignoring this functionality.