laydown is a simple CLI application to help you prepare for your next Daily Standup. No longer shall your name be called on only for you to stare into the abyss while you struggle to remember what you did yesterday.
$ laydown DID: Reviewed Adam's pull request Wrote tests for new endpoint DOING: Writing a script to automate database backups BLOCKERS: empty SIDEBARS: Discuss re-writing everything in Rust with team
Discuss re-writing everything in Rust with team
cargo install laydown
$ laydown help Running "laydown" without passing any arguments will display your Standup Usage: laydown <command> "<item>" "<item>" Available commands: di, did <item> Add item to DID section of your Standup do, doing <item> Add item to DOING section of your Standup bl, blocker <item> Add item to BLOCKERS section of your Standup sb, sidebar <item> Add item to SIDEBARS section of your Standup TIP: Multiple space separated items can be added. clear Remove all items from your Standup edit <editor> Directly access data displayed in your Standup. This can be used to edit or delete existing entries. Will use VI by default if no editor is provided. undo Remove last item added to your Standup. archive Archive today's Standup. Found in laydown config directory. config-dir Print location of laydown config directory. help, --help Display this message
help, --help Display this message