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    @joystream/cli

    Command Line Interface for Joystream community and governance activities

    oclif Version Downloads/week License

    Usage

    $ npm install -g @joystream/cli
    $ joystream-cli COMMAND
    running command...
    $ joystream-cli (-v|--version|version)
    @joystream/cli/0.8.0 darwin-x64 node-v14.16.1
    $ joystream-cli --help [COMMAND]
    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli COMMAND
    ...

    Development

    To run a command in developemnt environment (from the root of Joystream monorepo, without installing the package):

      $ yarn && yarn workspace @joystream/types build && yarn workspace @joystream/metadata-protobuf build
      $ ./cli/bin/run COMMAND # OR:
      $ yarn joystream-cli COMMAND

    Alternatively:

      $ yarn workspace @joystream/cli link
      $ joystream-cli COMMAND

    First steps

    When using the CLI for the first time there are a few common steps you might want to take in order to configure the CLI:

    1. Set the correct Joystream node websocket endpoint. You can do this by executing api:setUri and choosing one of the suggested endpoints of providing your own url. To verify the currently used Joystream node websocket endpoint you can execute api:getUri.
    2. Set the Joystream query node endpoint. This is optional, but some commands (for example: content:createChannel) will require a connection to the query node in order to fetch the data they need complete the requested operations (ie. content:createChannel will need to fetch the available storage node endnpoints in order to upload the channel assets). In order to do that, execute api:setQueryNodeEndpoint and choose one of the suggested endpoints or provide your own url. You can use api:getQueryNodeEndpoint any time to verify the currently set endpoint.
    3. In order to use your existing keys within the CLI, you can import them using account:import command. You can provide json backup files exported from Pioneer or Polkadot{.js} extension as an input. You can also use raw mnemonic or seed phrases. See the account:import command documentation for the full list of supported inputs. The key to sign the transaction(s) with will be determined based on the required permissions, depending on the command you execute. For example, if you execute working-groups:updateRewardAccount --group storageProviders, the CLI will look for a storage provider role key among your available keys. If multiple execution contexts are available, the CLI will prompt you to choose the desired one.
    4. Optionally: You may also find it useful to get the first part of the command (before the colon) autocompleted when you press [Tab] while typing the command name in the console. Executing autocomplete command will provide you the instructions on how to set this up.
    5. That's it! The CLI is now be fully set up! Feel free to use the --help flag to investigate the available commands or take a look at the commands documentation below.

    Useful environment settings

    • FORCE_COLOR=0 - disables output coloring. This will make the output easier to parse in case it's redirected to a file or used within a script.
    • AUTO_CONFIRM=true - this will make the CLI skip asking for any confirmations (can be useful when creating bash scripts).

    Commands

    joystream-cli account:create

    Create a new account

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:create
    
    OPTIONS
      --name=name               Account name
      --type=(sr25519|ed25519)  Account type (defaults to sr25519)
    

    See code: src/commands/account/create.ts

    joystream-cli account:export DESTPATH

    Export account(s) to given location

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:export DESTPATH
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DESTPATH  Path where the exported files should be placed
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --all        If provided, exports all existing accounts into "exported_accounts" folder inside given path
      -n, --name=name  Name of the account to export
    

    See code: src/commands/account/export.ts

    joystream-cli account:forget

    Forget (remove) account from the list of available accounts

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:forget
    
    OPTIONS
      --address=address  Address of the account to remove
      --name=name        Name of the account to remove
    

    See code: src/commands/account/forget.ts

    joystream-cli account:import

    Import account using mnemonic phrase, seed, suri or json backup file

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:import
    
    OPTIONS
      --backupFilePath=backupFilePath  Path to account backup JSON file
      --mnemonic=mnemonic              Mnemonic phrase
      --name=name                      Account name
      --password=password              Account password
      --seed=seed                      Secret seed
      --suri=suri                      Substrate uri
      --type=(sr25519|ed25519)         Account type (defaults to sr25519)
    

    See code: src/commands/account/import.ts

    joystream-cli account:info [ADDRESS]

    Display detailed information about specified account

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:info [ADDRESS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ADDRESS  An address to inspect (can also be provided interavtively)
    
    ALIASES
      $ joystream-cli account:inspect
    

    See code: src/commands/account/info.ts

    joystream-cli account:list

    List all available accounts

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:list
    

    See code: src/commands/account/list.ts

    joystream-cli account:transferTokens

    Transfer tokens from any of the available accounts

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli account:transferTokens
    
    OPTIONS
      --amount=amount  (required) Amount of tokens to transfer
      --from=from      Address of the sender (can also be provided interactively)
      --to=to          Address of the recipient (can also be provided interactively)
    

    See code: src/commands/account/transferTokens.ts

    joystream-cli api:getQueryNodeEndpoint

    Get current query node endpoint

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli api:getQueryNodeEndpoint
    

    See code: src/commands/api/getQueryNodeEndpoint.ts

    joystream-cli api:getUri

    Get current api WS provider uri

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli api:getUri
    

    See code: src/commands/api/getUri.ts

    joystream-cli api:inspect

    Lists available node API modules/methods and/or their description(s), or calls one of the API methods (depending on provided arguments and flags)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli api:inspect
    
    OPTIONS
      -M, --module=module
          Specifies the api module, ie. "system", "staking" etc.
          If no "--method" flag is provided then all methods in that module will be listed along with the descriptions.
    
      -a, --callArgs=callArgs
          Specifies the arguments to use when calling a method. Multiple arguments can be separated with a comma, ie. 
          "-a=arg1,arg2".
          You can omit this flag even if the method requires some aguments.
          In that case you will be promted to provide value for each required argument.
          Ommiting this flag is recommended when input parameters are of more complex types (and it's hard to specify them as 
          just simple comma-separated strings)
    
      -e, --exec
          Provide this flag if you want to execute the actual call, instead of displaying the method description (which is 
          default)
    
      -m, --method=method
          Specifies the api method to call/describe.
    
      -t, --type=type
          Specifies the type/category of the inspected request (ie. "query", "consts" etc.).
          If no "--module" flag is provided then all available modules in that type will be listed.
          If this flag is not provided then all available types will be listed.
    
    EXAMPLES
      $ api:inspect
      $ api:inspect -t=query
      $ api:inspect -t=query -M=members
      $ api:inspect -t=query -M=members -m=membershipById
      $ api:inspect -t=query -M=members -m=membershipById -e
      $ api:inspect -t=query -M=members -m=membershipById -e -a=1
    

    See code: src/commands/api/inspect.ts

    joystream-cli api:setQueryNodeEndpoint [ENDPOINT]

    Set query node endpoint

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli api:setQueryNodeEndpoint [ENDPOINT]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ENDPOINT  Query node endpoint for the CLI to use
    

    See code: src/commands/api/setQueryNodeEndpoint.ts

    joystream-cli api:setUri [URI]

    Set api WS provider uri

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli api:setUri [URI]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      URI  Uri of the node api WS provider (if skipped, a prompt will be displayed)
    

    See code: src/commands/api/setUri.ts

    joystream-cli autocomplete [SHELL]

    display autocomplete installation instructions

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli autocomplete [SHELL]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      SHELL  shell type
    
    OPTIONS
      -r, --refresh-cache  Refresh cache (ignores displaying instructions)
    
    EXAMPLES
      $ joystream-cli autocomplete
      $ joystream-cli autocomplete bash
      $ joystream-cli autocomplete zsh
      $ joystream-cli autocomplete --refresh-cache
    

    See code: @oclif/plugin-autocomplete

    joystream-cli content:addCuratorToGroup [GROUPID] [CURATORID]

    Add Curator to existing Curator Group.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:addCuratorToGroup [GROUPID] [CURATORID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      GROUPID    ID of the Curator Group
      CURATORID  ID of the curator
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/addCuratorToGroup.ts

    joystream-cli content:channel CHANNELID

    Show Channel details by id.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:channel CHANNELID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      CHANNELID  Name or ID of the Channel
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/channel.ts

    joystream-cli content:channels

    List existing content directory channels.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:channels
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/channels.ts

    joystream-cli content:createChannel

    Create channel inside content directory.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:createChannel
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input           (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Member|Curator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Member/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId   Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId   Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/createChannel.ts

    joystream-cli content:createChannelCategory

    Create channel category inside content directory.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:createChannelCategory
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input          (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Lead|Curator)   Actor context to execute the command in (Lead/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/createChannelCategory.ts

    joystream-cli content:createCuratorGroup

    Create new Curator Group.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:createCuratorGroup
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    
    ALIASES
      $ joystream-cli createCuratorGroup
    

    See code: src/commands/content/createCuratorGroup.ts

    joystream-cli content:createVideo

    Create video under specific channel inside content directory.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:createVideo
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --channelId=channelId       (required) ID of the Channel
      -i, --input=input               (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Owner|Collaborator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Owner/Collaborator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId       Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId       Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/createVideo.ts

    joystream-cli content:createVideoCategory

    Create video category inside content directory.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:createVideoCategory
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input          (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Lead|Curator)   Actor context to execute the command in (Lead/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/createVideoCategory.ts

    joystream-cli content:curatorGroup ID

    Show Curator Group details by ID.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:curatorGroup ID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ID  ID of the Curator Group
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/curatorGroup.ts

    joystream-cli content:curatorGroups

    List existing Curator Groups.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:curatorGroups
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/curatorGroups.ts

    joystream-cli content:deleteChannel

    Delete the channel and optionally all associated data objects.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:deleteChannel
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --channelId=channelId  (required) ID of the Channel
      -f, --force                Force-remove all associated channel data objects
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/deleteChannel.ts

    joystream-cli content:deleteChannelCategory CHANNELCATEGORYID

    Delete channel category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:deleteChannelCategory CHANNELCATEGORYID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      CHANNELCATEGORYID  ID of the Channel Category
    
    OPTIONS
      --context=(Lead|Curator)   Actor context to execute the command in (Lead/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/deleteChannelCategory.ts

    joystream-cli content:deleteVideo

    Delete the video and optionally all associated data objects.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:deleteVideo
    
    OPTIONS
      -f, --force                     Force-remove all associated video data objects
      -v, --videoId=videoId           (required) ID of the Video
      --context=(Owner|Collaborator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Owner/Collaborator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId       Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId       Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/deleteVideo.ts

    joystream-cli content:deleteVideoCategory VIDEOCATEGORYID

    Delete video category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:deleteVideoCategory VIDEOCATEGORYID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      VIDEOCATEGORYID  ID of the Video Category
    
    OPTIONS
      --context=(Lead|Curator)   Actor context to execute the command in (Lead/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/deleteVideoCategory.ts

    joystream-cli content:removeChannelAssets

    Remove data objects associated with the channel or any of its videos.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:removeChannelAssets
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --channelId=channelId       (required) ID of the Channel
      -o, --objectId=objectId         (required) ID of an object to remove
      --context=(Owner|Collaborator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Owner/Collaborator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId       Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId       Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/removeChannelAssets.ts

    joystream-cli content:removeCuratorFromGroup [GROUPID] [CURATORID]

    Remove Curator from Curator Group.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:removeCuratorFromGroup [GROUPID] [CURATORID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      GROUPID    ID of the Curator Group
      CURATORID  ID of the curator
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/removeCuratorFromGroup.ts

    joystream-cli content:reuploadAssets

    Allows reuploading assets that were not successfully uploaded during channel/video creation

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:reuploadAssets
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input          (required) Path to JSON file containing array of assets to reupload (contentIds and paths)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/reuploadAssets.ts

    joystream-cli content:setCuratorGroupStatus [ID] [STATUS]

    Set Curator Group status (Active/Inactive).

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:setCuratorGroupStatus [ID] [STATUS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ID      ID of the Curator Group
      STATUS  New status of the group (1 - active, 0 - inactive)
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/setCuratorGroupStatus.ts

    joystream-cli content:setFeaturedVideos FEATUREDVIDEOIDS

    Set featured videos. Requires lead access.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:setFeaturedVideos FEATUREDVIDEOIDS
    
    ARGUMENTS
      FEATUREDVIDEOIDS  Comma-separated video IDs (ie. 1,2,3)
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/setFeaturedVideos.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateChannel CHANNELID

    Update existing content directory channel.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateChannel CHANNELID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      CHANNELID  ID of the Channel
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input               (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Owner|Collaborator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Owner/Collaborator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId       Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId       Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateChannel.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateChannelCategory CHANNELCATEGORYID

    Update channel category inside content directory.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateChannelCategory CHANNELCATEGORYID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      CHANNELCATEGORYID  ID of the Channel Category
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input          (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Lead|Curator)   Actor context to execute the command in (Lead/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateChannelCategory.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateChannelCensorshipStatus ID [STATUS]

    Update Channel censorship status (Censored / Not censored).

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateChannelCensorshipStatus ID [STATUS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ID      ID of the Channel
      STATUS  New censorship status of the channel (1 - censored, 0 - not censored)
    
    OPTIONS
      --rationale=rationale      rationale
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateChannelCensorshipStatus.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateChannelModerators

    Update Channel's moderator set.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateChannelModerators
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --channelId=channelId    (required) Channel id
      -m, --moderators=moderators  New set of moderators
      --useMemberId=useMemberId    Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId    Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    
    EXAMPLE
      $ content:updateChannelModerators -c 1 -m 1 2 3
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateChannelModerators.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateVideo VIDEOID

    Update video under specific id.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateVideo VIDEOID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      VIDEOID  ID of the Video
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input               (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Owner|Collaborator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Owner/Collaborator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId       Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId       Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateVideo.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateVideoCategory VIDEOCATEGORYID

    Update video category inside content directory.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateVideoCategory VIDEOCATEGORYID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      VIDEOCATEGORYID  ID of the Video Category
    
    OPTIONS
      -i, --input=input          (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
      --context=(Lead|Curator)   Actor context to execute the command in (Lead/Curator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateVideoCategory.ts

    joystream-cli content:updateVideoCensorshipStatus ID [STATUS]

    Update Video censorship status (Censored / Not censored).

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:updateVideoCensorshipStatus ID [STATUS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ID      ID of the Video
      STATUS  New video censorship status (1 - censored, 0 - not censored)
    
    OPTIONS
      --rationale=rationale      rationale
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/updateVideoCensorshipStatus.ts

    joystream-cli content:video VIDEOID

    Show Video details by id.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:video VIDEOID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      VIDEOID  ID of the Video
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/video.ts

    joystream-cli content:videos [CHANNELID]

    List existing content directory videos.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli content:videos [CHANNELID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      CHANNELID  ID of the Channel
    
    OPTIONS
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/content/videos.ts

    joystream-cli forum:addPost

    Add forum post.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:addPost
    
    OPTIONS
      --categoryId=categoryId    (required) Id of the forum category of the parent thread
      --editable                 Whether the post should be editable
      --text=text                (required) Post content (md-formatted text)
      --threadId=threadId        (required) Post's parent thread
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/addPost.ts

    joystream-cli forum:categories

    List existing forum categories by parent id (root categories by default) or displays a category tree.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:categories
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --tree                               Display a category tree (with parentCategoryId as root, if specified)
      -p, --parentCategoryId=parentCategoryId  Parent category id (only child categories will be listed)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId                Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId                Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/categories.ts

    joystream-cli forum:category

    Display forum category details.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:category
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId  (required) Forum category id
      --useMemberId=useMemberId    Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId    Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/category.ts

    joystream-cli forum:createCategory

    Create forum category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:createCategory
    
    OPTIONS
      -d, --description=description            (required) Category description
      -p, --parentCategoryId=parentCategoryId  Parent category id (in case of creating a subcategory)
      -t, --title=title                        (required) Category title
      --useMemberId=useMemberId                Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId                Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/createCategory.ts

    joystream-cli forum:createThread

    Create forum thread.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:createThread
    
    OPTIONS
      --categoryId=categoryId    (required) Id of the forum category the thread should be created in
      --tags=tags                Space-separated tags to associate with the thread
      --text=text                (required) Initial post text
      --title=title              (required) Thread title
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/createThread.ts

    joystream-cli forum:deleteCategory

    Delete forum category provided it has no existing subcategories and threads.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:deleteCategory
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId   (required) Id of the category to delete
      --context=(Leader|Moderator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Leader/Moderator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId     Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId     Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/deleteCategory.ts

    joystream-cli forum:moderatePost

    Moderate a forum post and slash the associated stake.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:moderatePost
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId   (required) Forum category id
      -p, --postId=postId           (required) Forum post id
      -r, --rationale=rationale     (required) Rationale behind the post moderation.
      -t, --threadId=threadId       (required) Forum thread id
      --context=(Leader|Moderator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Leader/Moderator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId     Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId     Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/moderatePost.ts

    joystream-cli forum:moderateThread

    Moderate a forum thread and slash the associated stake.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:moderateThread
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId   (required) Id of the forum category the thread is currently in
      -r, --rationale=rationale     (required) Rationale behind the thread moderation.
      -t, --threadId=threadId       (required) Forum thread id
      --context=(Leader|Moderator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Leader/Moderator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId     Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId     Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/moderateThread.ts

    joystream-cli forum:moveThread

    Move forum thread to a different category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:moveThread
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId        (required) Thread's current category id
      -n, --newCategoryId=newCategoryId  (required) Thread's new category id
      -t, --threadId=threadId            (required) Forum thread id
      --context=(Leader|Moderator)       Actor context to execute the command in (Leader/Moderator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/moveThread.ts

    joystream-cli forum:posts

    List existing forum posts in given thread.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:posts
    
    OPTIONS
      -t, --threadId=threadId    (required) Thread id (only posts in this thread will be listed)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId  Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/posts.ts

    joystream-cli forum:setStickiedThreads

    Set stickied threads in a given category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:setStickiedThreads
    
    OPTIONS
      --categoryId=categoryId       (required) Forum category id
      --context=(Leader|Moderator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Leader/Moderator)
      --threadIds=threadIds         Space-separated thread ids
      --useMemberId=useMemberId     Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId     Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/setStickiedThreads.ts

    joystream-cli forum:threads

    List existing forum threads in given category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:threads
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId  (required) Category id (only threads in this category will be listed)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId    Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId    Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/threads.ts

    joystream-cli forum:updateCategoryArchivalStatus

    Update archival status of a forum category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:updateCategoryArchivalStatus
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId   (required) Forum category id
      --archived=(yes|no)           (required) Whether the category should be archived
      --context=(Leader|Moderator)  Actor context to execute the command in (Leader/Moderator)
      --useMemberId=useMemberId     Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId     Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/updateCategoryArchivalStatus.ts

    joystream-cli forum:updateCategoryModeratorStatus

    Update moderator status of a worker in relation to a category.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli forum:updateCategoryModeratorStatus
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --categoryId=categoryId  (required) Forum category id
      -w, --workerId=workerId      (required) Forum working group worker id
      --status=(active|disabled)   (required) Status of the moderator membership in the category
      --useMemberId=useMemberId    Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId    Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/forum/updateCategoryModeratorStatus.ts

    joystream-cli help [COMMAND]

    display help for joystream-cli

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli help [COMMAND]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      COMMAND  command to show help for
    
    OPTIONS
      --all  see all commands in CLI
    

    See code: @oclif/plugin-help

    joystream-cli membership:addStakingAccount

    Associate a new staking account with an existing membership.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli membership:addStakingAccount
    
    OPTIONS
      --address=address          Address of the staking account to be associated with the member
    
      --fundsSource=fundsSource  If provided, this account will be used as funds source for the purpose of initializing the
                                 staking accout
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId  Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --withBalance=withBalance  Allows optionally specifying required initial balance for the staking account
    

    See code: src/commands/membership/addStakingAccount.ts

    joystream-cli membership:buy

    Buy / register a new membership on the Joystream platform.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli membership:buy
    
    OPTIONS
      --about=about                  Member's md-formatted about text (bio)
      --avatarUri=avatarUri          Member's avatar uri
      --controllerKey=controllerKey  Member's controller key. Can also be provided interactively.
      --handle=handle                (required) Member's handle
      --name=name                    Member's first name / full name
      --rootKey=rootKey              Member's root key. Can also be provided interactively.
      --senderKey=senderKey          Tx sender key. If not provided, controllerKey will be used by default.
    
    ALIASES
      $ joystream-cli membership:create
      $ joystream-cli membership:register
    

    See code: src/commands/membership/buy.ts

    joystream-cli membership:details

    Display membership details by specified memberId.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli membership:details
    
    OPTIONS
      -m, --memberId=memberId  (required) Member id
    
    ALIASES
      $ joystream-cli membership:info
      $ joystream-cli membership:inspect
      $ joystream-cli membership:show
    

    See code: src/commands/membership/details.ts

    joystream-cli membership:update

    Update existing membership metadata and/or handle.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli membership:update
    
    OPTIONS
      --newAbout=newAbout          Member's new md-formatted about text (bio)
      --newAvatarUri=newAvatarUri  Member's new avatar uri
      --newHandle=newHandle        Member's new handle
      --newName=newName            Member's new first name / full name
      --useMemberId=useMemberId    Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/membership/update.ts

    joystream-cli membership:updateAccounts

    Update existing membership accounts/keys (root / controller).

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli membership:updateAccounts
    
    OPTIONS
      --newControllerAccount=newControllerAccount  Member's new controller account/key
      --newRootAccount=newRootAccount              Member's new root account/key
      --useMemberId=useMemberId                    Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/membership/updateAccounts.ts

    joystream-cli staking:validate

    Start validating. Takes the controller key.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli staking:validate
    
    OPTIONS
      --commission=commission  Set a commission (0-100), which is deducted from all rewards before the remainder is split
                               with nominator
    
      --controller=controller  The controller key you want to validate with.
    

    See code: src/commands/staking/validate.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:application WGAPPLICATIONID

    Shows an overview of given application by Working Group Application ID

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:application WGAPPLICATIONID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      WGAPPLICATIONID  Working Group Application ID
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/application.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:apply

    Apply to a working group opening (requires a membership)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:apply
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --answers=answers
          Answers for opening's application form questions (sorted by question index)
    
      --openingId=openingId
          (required) Opening ID
    
      --rewardAccount=rewardAccount
          Future worker reward account
    
      --roleAccount=roleAccount
          Future worker role account
    
      --stakingAccount=stakingAccount
          Account to hold applicant's / worker's stake
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/apply.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:cancelOpening OPENINGID

    Cancels (removes) an active opening

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:cancelOpening OPENINGID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      OPENINGID  Opening ID
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/cancelOpening.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:createOpening

    Create working group opening / upcoming opening (requires lead access)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:createOpening
    
    OPTIONS
      -e, --edit
          If provided along with --input - launches in edit mode allowing to modify the input before sending the exstinsic
    
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      -i, --input=input
          Path to JSON file to use as input (if not specified - the input can be provided interactively)
    
      -o, --output=output
          Path to the file where the output JSON should be saved (this output can be then reused as input)
    
      --dryRun
          If provided along with --output - skips sending the actual extrinsic(can be used to generate a "draft" which can be 
          provided as input later)
    
      --stakeTopUpSource=stakeTopUpSource
          If provided - this account (key) will be used as default funds source for lead stake top up (in case it's needed)
    
      --startsAt=startsAt
          If upcoming opening - the expected opening start date (YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss)
    
      --upcoming
          Whether the opening should be an upcoming opening
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/createOpening.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:decreaseWorkerStake WORKERID AMOUNT

    Decreases given worker stake by an amount that will be returned to the worker role account. Requires lead access.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:decreaseWorkerStake WORKERID AMOUNT
    
    ARGUMENTS
      WORKERID  Worker ID
      AMOUNT    Amount of JOY to decrease the current worker stake by
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/decreaseWorkerStake.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:evictWorker WORKERID

    Evicts given worker. Requires lead access.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:evictWorker WORKERID
    
    ARGUMENTS
      WORKERID  Worker ID
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --penalty=penalty
          Optional penalty in JOY
    
      --rationale=rationale
          Optional rationale
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/evictWorker.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:fillOpening

    Allows filling working group opening that's currently in review. Requires lead access.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:fillOpening
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --applicationIds=applicationIds
          Accepted application ids
    
      --openingId=openingId
          (required) Working Group Opening ID
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/fillOpening.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:increaseStake AMOUNT

    Increases current role (lead/worker) stake. Requires active role account to be selected.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:increaseStake AMOUNT
    
    ARGUMENTS
      AMOUNT  Amount of JOY to increase the current stake by
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/increaseStake.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:leaveRole

    Leave the worker or lead role associated with currently selected account.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:leaveRole
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --rationale=rationale
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/leaveRole.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:opening

    Shows detailed information about working group opening / upcoming opening by id

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:opening
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --id=id
          (required) Opening / upcoming opening id (depending on --upcoming flag)
    
      --upcoming
          Whether the opening is an upcoming opening
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/opening.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:openings

    Lists active/upcoming openings in a given working group

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:openings
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --upcoming
          List upcoming openings (active openings are listed by default)
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/openings.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:overview

    Shows an overview of given working group (current lead and workers)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:overview
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/overview.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:removeUpcomingOpening

    Remove an existing upcoming opening by sending RemoveUpcomingOpening metadata signal (requires lead access)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:removeUpcomingOpening
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      -i, --id=id
          (required) Id of the upcoming opening to remove
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/removeUpcomingOpening.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:setDefaultGroup

    Change the default group context for working-groups commands.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:setDefaultGroup
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/setDefaultGroup.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:slashWorker WORKERID AMOUNT

    Slashes given worker stake. Requires lead access.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:slashWorker WORKERID AMOUNT
    
    ARGUMENTS
      WORKERID  Worker ID
      AMOUNT    Slash amount
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --rationale=rationale
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/slashWorker.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:updateGroupMetadata

    Update working group metadata (description, status etc.). The update will be atomic (just like video / channel metadata updates)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:updateGroupMetadata
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      -i, --input=input
          (required) Path to JSON file to use as input
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/updateGroupMetadata.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:updateRewardAccount [ADDRESS]

    Updates the worker/lead reward account (requires current role account to be selected)

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:updateRewardAccount [ADDRESS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ADDRESS  New reward account address (if omitted, can be provided interactivel)
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/updateRewardAccount.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:updateRoleAccount [ADDRESS]

    Updates the worker/lead role account. Requires member controller account to be selected

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:updateRoleAccount [ADDRESS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      ADDRESS  New role account address (if omitted, can be provided interactively)
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/updateRoleAccount.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:updateRoleStorage STORAGE

    Updates the associated worker storage

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:updateRoleStorage STORAGE
    
    ARGUMENTS
      STORAGE  Worker storage
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/updateRoleStorage.ts

    joystream-cli working-groups:updateWorkerReward WORKERID NEWREWARD

    Change given worker's reward (amount only). Requires lead access.

    USAGE
      $ joystream-cli working-groups:updateWorkerReward WORKERID NEWREWARD
    
    ARGUMENTS
      WORKERID   Worker ID
      NEWREWARD  New reward
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --group=(storageProviders|curators|forum|membership|gateway|builders|humanResources|marketing|distributors)
          The working group context in which the command should be executed
          Available values are: storageProviders, curators, forum, membership, gateway, builders, humanResources, marketing, 
          distributors.
    
      --useMemberId=useMemberId
          Try using the specified member id as context whenever possible
    
      --useWorkerId=useWorkerId
          Try using the specified worker id as context whenever possible
    

    See code: src/commands/working-groups/updateWorkerReward.ts

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