That’s a very little snipplet/hack to retrieve the issue with curl and php. If you have time take a look to the official GitHub v3 API to create something better ;)
curl -u “:user” https://api.github.com/repos/:user/:repo/issues?per_page=1000 > issue.json
note that I have to use
per_page parameter because since v3 API all the results are all paginated by 30. I used CuRL externally from php (I’m lazy) but you can implement the API call as you like.
Then create a php file like this:
and execute it to have issues on a csv file
php issues.php > issues.csv