lp remove team members

Lp-remove-team-members Command

Lp-remove-team-members Command

lp-remove-team-members

Tools for working with Launchpad

Maintainer: Nathan Handler



Section: python

Install lp-remove-team-members

  • Debian apt-get install lptools Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install lptools Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install lptools Click to copy
  • Raspbian apt-get install lptools Click to copy

lptools

Tools for working with Launchpad

LP Tools allow you to work with Launchpad without ever having to deal with the web interface. This package provides the following tools: - lp-attach - attach a file to a Launchpad bug - lp-bug-dupe-properties - find duplicate Launchpad bug reports - lp-capture-bug-counts - view summary of number of bugs for a Launchpad project - lp-check-membership - check if a launchpad user is a member of a group - lp-force-branch-mirror - force a new import - lp-get-branches - check out all the branches of a team - lp-grab-attachments - download all attachments for specified bugs or from bugs for a particular project - lp-list-bugs - list all bugs for a project - lp-milestone2ical - convert milestones on a project into the iCal format - lp-milestones - list and manipulate milestones for a project - lp-project - create and manage projects - lp-project-upload - upload release files - lp-recipe-status - show the status of the recipes owned by a particular user - lp-remove-team-members - remove members from a team - lp-review-list - list reviews for a project - lp-review-notifier - desktop notifier about reviews that can be done - lp-set-dup - mark duplicate bugs - lp-shell - convenient way to launch Python interpreter already logged in to launchpad

Install the latest version of lp-remove-team-members in Debian, Ubuntu, Kali and Raspbian from terminal. To install the lp-remove-team-members just copy the above command for your OS and run into terminal. After you run the command it will grab the latest version of lp-remove-team-members from the respository and install it in your computer/server.