Make journal and status entries in 37signals' Backpack. This was a lunchtime project, and it's been dormant for a while. I'm not even sure if this code works. If you happen to use this and want to take over as maintainer, drop me a line!
# user-id is your NUMERIC user ID. Check your URL, e.g., # http://something.backpackit.com/users/31415926/edit ## The subdomain should include the http(s) # e.g. # backpack_journal setup https://awesomeinc 123 123 # or # backpack_journal setup http://awesomeinc 123 123 ## $ backpack_journal setup <subdomain> <user-id> <api-token> $ backpack_journal entry Got my daily dose of awesome.
I recommend adding an alias in ~/.profile
alias j="backpack_journal" alias je="backpack_journal entry"
$ gem install backpack_journal
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