When this happens...
GitHubNew Commit
Then do this...
CampfireNew Message

If you're tired of asking your developers if the changes are committed yet, or don't want them to have to stop working to provide updates, try out this handy Zap. Once it's been set up, a new message will automatically be sent on Campfire whenever there's a new commit to the GitHub repo of your choice, letting everyone know when it's time for testing, delivery, or just keeping them up to date with the progress.

How It Works

  1. A new commit is made on GitHub
  2. Zapier automatically sends a Campfire message

What You Need

  • GitHub account
  • Campfire account

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When this happens...
then do this!
New Message

Triggers when a new message occurs in Campfire.

New Message

Send a message to a Campfire room.

New Issue

Triggered when a new issue is created.

Create Gist

Creates a new gist.

New Mention

Triggers when your Github username is mentioned in a Commit, Comment, Issue or Pull Request.

Create Pull Request

Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).

New Commit

Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.

Update Issue

Update an existing issue.

New Room

Triggers when a new room is added to Campfire.

Create Comment

Creates a new comment in an Issue or Pull Request.

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Campfire is 37Signals group chat application. It allows you to share files, images, code and more right within the chat window. Transcripts are saved automatically so you can always refer back to conversations at a later time.

GitHub is the perfect place to share code and work collaboratively on private and open source software.

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