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- get a list of ubuntu hugdays
- get a list of tasks for a hugday
- mark tasks as DONE
You can download it from Markus Korn PPA or get the branch with:
$ bzr branch lp:hugday-tools
As from Ubuntu 9.04, HugDay-Tools are part of the ubuntu-qa-tools package, available at universe archive.
To install it just:
$ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-qa-tools
HowTo use it
* get url of latest hugday:
$ hugday current
* If you would like to run any of the following commands it is essential to run
$ hugday current --remember
By running this command know on which hugday you operate
* get list of all task for current hugday:
$ hugday list $ hugday list --filter open (get list of all open tasks)
So far the hugday tool did not change any content of a wiki page, to be able to do so, the tool needs the users MOIN ID, so first you need to log in to the Ubuntu Wiki and then run:
$ hugday init --user LAUNCHPAD_ID --cookie PATH/TO/MOZILLA/COOKIE
Where LAUNCHPAD_ID is the name which will be shown in the 'triager' column after marking a task as DONE. Please only use your Launchpad Id so you can be listed at the 5-a-day automatically as well and COOKIE is the cookie.sqlite or cookie.txt of your mozilla browser profile.
NOTE: you need to close your browser while running the command above as the cookie.sqlite can only be accessed by one process at the same time.
If you are not using a mozilla based browser you can also search for the MOIN_ID or MOIN_SESSION in the cookie file of your browser and run
$ hugday init --user LAUNCHPAD_ID --wiki-id (MOIN_ID or MOIN_SESSION)
Now marking tasks as DONE by you is as simple as running:
$ hugday close 123456 23456 3456 456
For more information see hugday --help