:) There'll always be someone.
At least they tried by deliberately calling out automated bug reports & pull requests. Those are the worst - I've been hit with a few where some researcher tries their fancy new memory analyser on code and it creates a page full of warnings, so they decide the best thing to do is to create an issue for each one: https://github.com/gfwilliams/tiny-js/issues
... they don't actually fix the issue of course. That'd be too helpful.
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