I can refer to commit status via context in general, like i.e.
$ gh api repos/kubevirt/project-infra/commits/740b8081d3240b82b4fcaa427d8573c9dddfd091/status | jq '.statuses| [ .context, .description ] | .' [ "dco", "All commits have Signed-off-by" ] [ "check-prow-config", "Job succeeded." ] [ "pull-project-infra-check-testgrid-config", "Job succeeded." ] [ "pull-project-infra-prow-deploy-test", "Job succeeded." ] [ "tide", "Not mergeable. Retesting: check-prow-config prow-deploy-test" ]
Then i.e. I can take the context name as an input for a branch protection, i.e. making the check
How can I (when creating a new workflow for a GitHub Action) create a context I can reference in order to be able to make that check required?