I'm working on an idea for letting non-Github users (within your co.) add issues to repos within a company's Github organization.
The pain point addressed is often that in small companies, engineers can end up writing issues rather than the folks who report them. This product would eliminate this time-consuming step and allow authorized people to create issues under an admin's username.
Now, do you think this is completely nuts? Too small of a use case? My plans for deployment are to allow people to download a Docker Image container OR the option of deploying their own instance via Heroku.
I've posted a gif of the current workflow, from set-up to issue posting itself. As a first-time indie hacker poster, I'd looooove to get some feedback. Thank you!!