1. AI Workflow Documentation with GitHub Wiki Features


    To document AI workflows with GitHub Wiki features, you'll typically want to set up a GitHub repository with a Wiki and possibly other project management and automation features such as Issues, Projects, and Actions. GitHub provides a built-in Wiki feature for each repository which allows you to create and maintain documentation easily.

    Using Pulumi, you can programmatically create a GitHub repository, configure it to have a Wiki, set up a project board for task tracking, and more.

    Here's a program in Python, using Pulumi with the GitHub provider, that accomplishes the following tasks:

    1. Creates a new GitHub repository.
    2. Enables the Wiki feature on the repository.
    3. Creates a GitHub Repository Project for managing the workflow of AI tasks.

    Let's walk through the code for setting this up:

    import pulumi import pulumi_github as github # Configure your GitHub repository name and description. repo_name = "ai-workflow-documentation" repo_description = "Repository to document AI workflows with Wiki and other features." # Create a new GitHub repository. repo = github.Repository("aiWorkflowRepo", name=repo_name, description=repo_description, # Enables the GitHub Repository Wiki feature. has_wiki=True, # Set the visibility of the repository, options are 'public' or 'private'. visibility="public", ) # Create a GitHub Project within the repository to manage AI workflow tasks. project = github.RepositoryProject("aiWorkflowProject", repository=repo.name, name="AI Workflow Project", body="Project board to manage AI workflows." ) # Output the URL for the created GitHub repository and the project. pulumi.export("repository_url", repo.html_url) pulumi.export("project_url", project.html_url)

    This program uses Pulumi to configure and create resources on GitHub:

    • We use github.Repository to create a new repository, turning on its Wiki feature via has_wiki=True. We also define the repository's name and a description. The visibility can be set according to your needs; here, it's set to 'public'.

    • Using github.RepositoryProject, we then create a project board associated with the repository to help in managing tasks and workflows.

    After running this program with Pulumi, you'll end up with a new GitHub repository that has a Wiki enabled and a project board ready to use for tracking work related to your AI workflows.

    Remember to replace the repo_name and repo_description with your desired repository details, and set the visibility accordingly. After executing the Pulumi program, you can visit the repository URL and project URL to see the created resources.