Wolfpack sends you an email each morning. Respond to this email with some notes about your plan for the day. If you have been added to a team by one of your friends or colleagues, they will receive a copy of your reply. Of course, you may add these users to your own teams to see their updates. Wolfpack teams are one-directional for maximum flexibility. Micro updates and team daily / weekly activity recaps should be added soon. User preferences, e.g., time zone, are needed.
Command line interface for Wolfpack
[sudo] npm install grr -g
grr is mostly self-documenting. Try any of these commands to get started.
grr <resource> <action> <param1> <param2> ...
To sign up
To log in
Lists all teams for the current user
Lists all users
grr users list
Create a new team
grr teams create <name>
Add a user to an existing team
grr teams add <username> <name>
grr teams grr users grr conf grr logout
grr is mostly self documenting. We suggest just trying it out. All commands will yield friendly messages if you specify incorrect parameters.
grr help grr help teams grr help users grr help config
All configuration data for your local
grr install is located in the .grrconf file in your home directory. Directly modifying this file is not really advised. You should be able to make all configuration changes via:
If you need to have multiple configuration files, use --localconf or --grrconf options.
grr config set colors false # disable colors grr config set timeout 480000 # set request timeouts to 8 minutes grr config set protocol https # Always use HTTP Secure
grr [commands] [options] --version print grr version and exit --localconf search for .grrconf file in ./ and then parent directories --grrconf [file] specify file to load configuration from --dev target a development API server* running locally --debug show more verbose output
*Checkout the other half of Wolfpack, wolfpack-server.
git clone email@example.com:sanderpick/wolfpack-cli.git cd wolfpack-cli npm install ./bin/grr [commands] [options] --dev