I have a fork of danielkrupinski\Osiris on my Github, here and recently Daniel pushed a pull request which added a new action for testing the building of Osiris. Personally, I don’t want to have these actions running on my Fork, is there an easy way to freeze actions so as to stop my fork using up my Action time… By the way, I expect the main.yml to updated quite frequently on his master branch soon as the pull request mentions adding things such as artifacting + automatic release uploading! If I just delete main.yml the pull request, which is currrently automatic, will always conflict!
Also, is it possible to have my own github action, instead of his, because with my releases, I build for AVX, AVX2, IA32 & SSE2, and I have a main.yml and obviously this would conflict with my automatic pull system, as it did when I first had these github actions and having this main.yml would make it so I would have to go through the round-about route of allowing his main.yml to update (i.e. delete my main.yml, pushing his pull request, adding my custom main.yml back), feel free to point me in the right direction, if I am wrong here though!
Thanks in advance,