0 of these use a community maintained action and 0 of these have a release pipeline.
Sorry, but this doesn’t give a good image of the GH Actions product.
It’s good that you are from GH, maybe you can push some internal change.
In my opinion creating a release and pushing assets to it are basic features that have to be maintained by people from GitHub since it has a close relationship with GitHub API. I don’t want to trust my GitHub Token to a third party!
Other problem is there’s no GitHub Actions community right now, everything available is too immature. We need better reference documentation for it! Video teaching materials, a better way to search for stuff in each other’s CI workflows.
Sorry for being very critical, but GitHub sets a really high bar for everything, which is good, you guys do good work. But GitHub Actions really need more work before it can shine. After using Jenkins, GitLab, Travis, Circle CI, AppVeyor, TS, Azure, and CirrusCi I expected to settle for Actions and was a bit disappointed that it had to be another one for me to juggle.