Your Show HN headline did a great job, I was excited to see what a github repo quality bot does!
This is a personal preference, but I find the name "Git Enforcer", the police officer emoji, and the git logo with a police hat on it completely off-putting. Not the atmosphere I would want to foster when I'm trying to use persuasion to get colleagues to adopt good practices. In my world, police are authoritarian bullies who demand instant compliance without negotiation, or else they'll brutalize you.
It's humbler and more inviting for a bot to come across as an assistant. "Git Enforcer" comes across as something a clueless boss imposes. I think all the wrong-footed design cues come from the name "git enforcer".
Basically your bot is a linter for collaboration behaviors. It can't actually enforce anything, all it can do is nag. Actually, if the name was GitNag and the icon was a horse, I would find your bot charming.
Speaking of linters, lately I've been using [Black](https://github.com/ambv/black) for my Python. Its self-description in that Readme sold me on it instantly.
I wish you well with this! It is a cool idea.
Alternative messaging while still communicating the same information might revolve around helping, reminding, checking. Hell, how about bumper bowling?
Very cool project never the less and I might implement with my team.
Repo name: Git-Enforcer
Logo at top of readme: git ENFORCER
call-to-action button: "Install Git Enforcer Free"
shields.io version badge: "GitEnforcer"
Which one is it? Pick one to be known by!
That said, I agree the branding is a big off.
All that said, Great project, OP. Keep up the good work.