A Pinboard client for the terminal
Tinboard is a terminal-based client application for the Pinboard bookmarking service. It provides the ability to manage and search your bookmarks in the terminal.
The package can be installed using
$ pipx install tinboard
Once installed run the
To use Tinboard you will need a Pinboard account (this application isn't
going to be useful to anyone who isn't a Pinboard user). Assuming you do
have a Pinboard account, you can get going by running up
providing your API token when asked:
If you're not sure where to find your API token, just press F1,
Go to token button, and you'll be taken to the relevant Pinboard
page in your browser; copy the token, come back to this dialog and paste it
Once done Tinboard will download your bookmarks and you're good to go!
NOTE: if it's your preference, you can set the token in an environment
The best way to get to know Tinboard is to read the help screen, once in the main application you can see this by pressing F1.
Things I'm considering adding or addressing:
- Double-check the rate limits on the API calls to be sure they're correct.
- A bookmark export facility.
- A bookmark availability checker.
- Check the current bookmark.
- A mode that slowly checks all bookmarks.
- Support for Pinboard Notes.
- Optionally sort the tags by count.
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