I want to enforce people by making them use the provided issue templates on the GitHub Repository. Disabling the option to create empty issues seems to not really reduce that issue, but seems to even increase it for some reason.
So I was now wondering if there’s a way like a GitHub Action or GitHub App/Bot, which would check issues for if they follow the template and if not, auto-close them with a reason like “We use issue-templates to gather as much information as possible, to help you. So please choose one of them and don’t create an empty issue.”
It would be such a nice way if the issue-templates could be more restricted (i.e. by using Placeholders to indicate text-areas to write) to prevent the deletion of the template’s content… But I also see how this would be quite restricting so a solution as mentioned above would be awesome to have, so please let me know if there is anything.