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Interact with the GitHub organisation teams API


A node library to interact with the GitHub organisation teams API

const ghteams     = require('ghteams')
    , authOptions = { user: 'rvagg', token: '24d5dee258c64aef38a66c0c5eca459c379901c2' }
    // note the auth token needs the 'user' scope to deal with org teams 
// list all teams in an organisation 
ghteams.list(authOptions, 'myorg', function (errteamlist) {
  // Array of team data for 'myorg' 
// get team data by team name in an organisation 
ghteams.get(authOptions, 'myorg', 'myteam', function (errteam) {
  // object containing full team data for myorg/myteam 
// get team data by team id (quicker) 
ghteams.get(authOptions, 123456, function (errteam) {
  // object containing full team data team #123456 
// get team members by team name in an organisation 
ghteams.members(authOptions, 'myorg', 'myteam', function (errmembers) {
  // Array containing full list of team members for myorg/myteam 
// get team members by team id (quicker) 
ghteams.members(authOptions, 123456, function (errmembers) {
  // Array containing full list of team members team #123456 
// get teams to which the user represented by `authOptions` is a member of 
ghteams.userTeams(authOptions, function (errteams) {
  // Array cotnaining full list of teams to which the current 
  // authenticated user belongs 

The auth data is compatible with ghauth so you can just connect them together to make a simple command-line application:

const ghauth      = require('ghauth')
    , ghteams     = require('ghteams')
    , authOptions = {
          configName : 'team-lister'
        , scopes     : [ 'user' ]
ghauth(authOptions, function (errauthData) {
  ghteams.list(authData, 'myorg', function (errlist) {
    console.log('Teams in "myorg": ', (t) {

ghteams is Copyright (c) 2014 Rod Vagg @rvagg and licensed under the MIT licence. All rights not explicitly granted in the MIT license are reserved. See the included LICENSE file for more details.