Lita-standup is a handler for Lita, meant to automate the process of the daily standup, and help teams collaborate.
Add lita-standup to your Lita instance's Gemfile:
There's a lot here to configure. Add the following to your
lita_config.rb and interpolate your credentials as needed.
Lita.configure do |config| # General settings config.handlers.standup.time_to_respond = 60 # type: Integer, default: 60 (minutes) config.handlers.standup.summary_email_recipients = ['email@example.com', 'firstname.lastname@example.org'] # type: Array, required: true config.handlers.standup.name_of_auth_group = :standup_participants # type: Symbol, required: true ## SMTP Mailer settings config.handlers.standup.address = 'smtp.gmail.com' # type: String, required: true config.handlers.standup.port = 587 # type: Integer, required: true config.handlers.standup.domain = 'your.host.name' # type: String, required: true config.handlers.standup.user_name = 'xxxxxxxxxx' # type: String, required: true config.handlers.standup.password = 'xxxxxxxxxx' # type: String, required: true config.handlers.standup.authentication = 'plain' # type: String, required: true config.handlers.standup.enable_starttls_auto = true # type: true || false, required: true end
After you're properly configured, manage the auth groups you'll need to use this gem. Add yourself (or whoever else will start the standup) to the auth group
:standup_admins and all participants to the auth group
:standup_participants (unless you overrode this default in the config.)
To start the standup, give Lita the command
Lita: start standup now.
You'll get a private message asking for your answer. Reply in the typical format (using numbers and colons) with 1: things you worked on yesterday, 2: things you'll be doing today, and 3: anything that's blocking you. Example :
Lita: standup response 1: Finished this gem. 2: Make these docs a little better. 3: Wife is making cookies and it's hard to focus.
time_to_respond has elapsed, Lita will compile an email of the responses and send it to all the people in
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