- A landing page you can point users to fill in their emails and receive an invite (
To build & run wonky you need a
Slack API token. Note that the user you use to generate the token must be an admin. You may want to create a dedicated @wonky-inviter user (or similar) for this.
You can find your API token here
Once you have the token, you need to write the
The configuration file is very simple to write, it's a
Single Slack organization
- !!wonky.service.SlackOrganization token: "xoxp-..." wonkyDomain: "localhost:8080"
NOTE: Wonky supports multiple organizations (aka multitenancy), Wonky will use the domain (HOST http header) to select the right token. Consider this.
Multiple Slack organizations
- !!wonky.service.SlackOrganization token: "xoxp-..." wonkyDomain: "localhost:8080" - !!wonky.service.SlackOrganization token: "xoxp-..." wonkyDomain: "slack.myorganization.com"
We strongly recommend you write and name the config file as
orgs_ignored.yaml and save it to the root source of wonky, in git is marked as ignored.
In order to run properly the test, you have to provide the following
You can configued as follows in the shell:
$ export WONKY_TENANTS_FILE=./orgs_ignored.yaml $ export WONKY_TEST_EMAIL_PREFIX=something
Now you can build wonky from source :)
Building from source
$ ./gradlew clean build
By default wonky runs on port
8080, as any
Micronaut application you can chance the port as you wish.
$ ./gradlew run
Alternatively, you can run Wonky with Docker as a container:
$ docker run --rm -p 8080:8080 -v `pwd`/orgs_ignored.yaml:/etc/wonky/tenants.yaml domix/wonky:0.3.7