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README

Library to help you know which projects are getting a bit stale.

Sometimes it slowly creeps up on you that you haven't done anything with X in
a few weeks... or even months, and next thing you know getting started again
seems somewhat hard.  I am pretty prone to this kind of problem; I guess that
part of my brain doesn't work very well.  So this is a simple attempt to
factor that part of my brain out in to some code.

Sample output:

             $FRIEND  475.0 hours
              $BUDDY  256.6 hours
                  lj  235.0 hours
                  ol  191.9 hours
              tumblr  167.6 hours
               m0x65   94.6 hours
              flickr   46.8 hours
             twitter   24.3 hours
                $GIG   22.0 hours
                $PAL    1.1 hours

INSTALLATION
~~~~~~~~~~~~

Make sure you have gemcutter.org in your list of gem sources

  gem install gemcutter
  gem tumble

then just install the gem

  gem install needy

USAGE
~~~~~

Put something like the below in ~/bin/needy

  #!/usr/bin/env ruby
  require 'rubygems'
  require 'needy'

  include Needy

  # Your gmail account
  gmail :username => 'USERNAME@gmail.com', :password => 'PASSWORD' do |g|
    g.recipient :aofriend, 'an.old.friend'  # List one recipient per line
    g.recipient :buddy                      # When was the last time you emailed buddy?
    g.recipient :pal
    g.recipient 'client.com'
  end

  # LiveJournal
  feed :lj, 'http://USERNAME.livejournal.com/data/atom'
 
  # Twitter
  feed :twitter, 'http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/SOME_NUMBER.rss'

  # flickr
  feed :flickr,
    'http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?id=SOME_NUMBER&lang=en-us&format=atom'

  # Tumblr
  feed :tumblr, 'http://TUMBLR_URL/rss'

  # A git-svn setup, with other authors.
  git :ep, '~/s/ep', 'remotes/git-svn' do |repo|
    repo.exec 'svn fetch'
    repo.author 'mattl'
  end

  # A git project I sometimes work on from other places
  git :ol, '~/s/ol', 'origin/master' do |repo|
    repo.exec 'fetch'
  end

  # A git project I never need to fetch
  git :m0x65, '~/s/m0x65', 'prod/master'

  # Print a line for each project
  whens.sort_by{|k,v| v}.each do |k,v|
    printf "%20.20s %6.1f hours\n", k, (Time.now - Time.at(v))/60/60
  end