Use "/pair" alone to list the status of all teammates:
Yes! Someone should come find me now. Let's pair:
- Jeremia: "Want to work on design today! Open to other ideas."
- Giselle: "Would love to do learn some JS today, or teach design"
OK. I'm working now but feel free to interrupt me:
Nope. Do Not Disturb:
Jason: travelling Maksim Peter: deadlines!
Use "/pair [yes/ok/no]" to set your status
Yes! You want to pair. Use "/pair on " to specify the you want to pair on.
OK! You're working but are OK with occassional interruptions for brief pairing.
Bummer! You're too busy for pairing.
Pull requests are of course welcome and encouraged! You'll need
Once you pull down the project, simply run
npm install to set up the dependencies. There is a required
PAIRBOT_URL environment variable but you can
source env.sample to set it. This is used so that the bot pings itself to keep the Heroku dynos up.
Then you should be able to just
node web.js and be off to the races.
You'll be wanting a slack command integration and supply a publicly accessible URL along with a testing command. Slack uses these commands to trigger the integration. To test out your app you'll tell slack to
/<your_testing_command> ok test all the things.
Of course, if you run into any problems you can always open an issue.
happy pairing :)