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NAME ^

Pithub::Orgs::Teams - Github v3 Org Teams API

VERSION ^

version 0.01033

METHODS ^

add_member

The "Add team member" API (described below) is deprecated and is scheduled for removal in the next major version of the API. We recommend using the Add team membership API instead. It allows you to invite new organization members to your teams.

In order to add a user to a team, the authenticated user must have 'admin' permissions to the team or be an owner of the org that the team is associated with.

    PUT /teams/:id/members/:user

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->add_member(
        team_id => 1,
        user    => 'plu',
    );

add_membership

If the user is already a member of the team’s organization, this endpoint will add the user to the team. In order to add a membership between an organization member and a team, the authenticated user must be an organization owner or a maintainer of the team.

    PUT /teams/:id/memberships/:user

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->add_membership(
        team_id => 1,
        user    => 'plu',
        data    => {
            role => 'member',
        }
    );

add_repo

In order to add a repo to a team, the authenticated user must be an owner of the org that the team is associated with.

    PUT /teams/:id/repos/:repo

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->add_repo(
        team_id => 1,
        repo    => 'some_repo',
        org => 'our_organization',
    );

create

In order to create a team, the authenticated user must be an owner of the given organization.

    POST /orgs/:org/teams

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->create(
        org  => 'CPAN-API',
        data => {
            name       => 'new team',
            permission => 'push',
            repo_names => ['github/dotfiles']
        }
    );

delete

In order to delete a team, the authenticated user must be an owner of the org that the team is associated with.

    DELETE /teams/:id

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->delete( team_id => 1 );

get

Get team

    GET /teams/:id

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->get( team_id => 1 );

has_repo

Get team repo

    GET /teams/:id/repos/:repo

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->has_repo(
        team_id => 1,
        repo    => 'some_repo',
    );

is_member

In order to get if a user is a member of a team, the authenticated user must be a member of the team.

    GET /teams/:id/members/:user

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->is_member(
        team_id => 1,
        user    => 'plu',
    );

list

List teams

    GET /orgs/:org/teams

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->list( org => 'CPAN-API' );

list_members

In order to list members in a team, the authenticated user must be a member of the team.

    GET /teams/:id/members

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->list_members( team_id => 1 );

list_repos

List team repos

    GET /teams/:id/repos

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->list_repos( team_id => 1 );

remove_member

The "Remove team member" API (described below) is deprecated and is scheduled for removal in the next major version of the API. We recommend using the Remove team membership API instead. It allows you to remove both active and pending memberships.

In order to remove a user from a team, the authenticated user must have 'admin' permissions to the team or be an owner of the org that the team is associated with. NOTE: This does not delete the user, it just remove them from the team.

    DELETE /teams/:id/members/:user

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->remove_member(
        team_id => 1,
        user    => 'plu',
    );

remove_membership

In order to remove a membership between a user and a team, the authenticated user must have 'admin' permissions to the team or be an owner of the organization that the team is associated with. NOTE: This does not delete the user, it just removes their membership from the team.

    DELETE /teams/:id/memberships/:user

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->remove_membership(
        team_id => 1,
        user    => 'plu',
    );

remove_repo

In order to remove a repo from a team, the authenticated user must be an owner of the org that the team is associated with.

    DELETE /teams/:id/repos/:repo

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->remove_repo(
        team_id => 1,
        repo    => 'some_repo',
    );

update

In order to edit a team, the authenticated user must be an owner of the org that the team is associated with.

    PATCH /teams/:id

Examples:

    my $t = Pithub::Orgs::Teams->new;
    my $result = $t->update(
        team_id => 1,
        data    => {
            name       => 'new team name',
            permission => 'push',
        }
    );

AUTHOR ^

Johannes Plunien <plu@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Johannes Plunien.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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