On Github, you can create a
CODEOWNERS file in the
docs/ folder to specify which person or team is responsible for the code in a repository.
If a file or a folder has a code owner, their name will be displayed when someone views the file on Github. All the involved code owners can also be automatically suggested as a reviewer when you open new pull requests.
The syntax of the
CODEOWNERS file is similar to the
.gitignore file, but you need to specify the owner (an individual or a team) next to an entry:
*.js @frontend-team *.test.js @huy .github @sre-team apps/app-01 @david apps/app-02 @ben @david ui/components/dropdown/* @maki ui/components/forms @huy @maki