miked - IT Systems Architect, Maker, Technical Debt Consolidator,
and Yak Barber
miked [OPTIONS] COMMAND
miked is a daemon capable of providing many services useful to
IT Departments and IT integration shops. With a pedigree in
Systems Architecture and last mile implementation, miked is good
for any environment that requires tight integration for all
aspects in the full IT workflow.
-h --help show usage
-r --req-resume requests a resume for the mike daemon
-g --good produces high quality result
-c --cheap produces inexpensive result
-f --fast produces fast result
see KNOWN BUGS
architect Build a new IT system from scratch (or upgrade
one already in place). Omission of -f and -c flags
will automatically invoke the **document** command.
fabricate Create 3D CAD models and fabricate them into physical
tinker [STR] Maintenance process. Recommended to run at minimum
weekly. Allows miked to upgrade knowledgeDB with new
concepts. Allows for significantly faster runs of
architect, fabricate, and repair. String (optional)
will instruct what concepts to focus on.
repair This command can be applied from a wide range of
concepts from IT systems to physical objects (cars,
Note: the repair command works on all IT systems,
not just those created by the "architect" command.
Though you'll have better success repairing systems
created by the miked architect command.
document This command forces miked to provide run documentation
on previously run commands.
Note: miked provides it's best documentation when
un-prompted; brief documentation can be produced
cleanupDebt Command forces the daemon to work on old tickets, or
other technical debt accrued by the organization.
miked tinker garageDoor - https://youtu.be/gGVCw3Sehcw
miked fabricate lights - https://youtu.be/jo2RVxMrmOo
Only two option flags (of -g -c and -f) can be used at the same time.
Bug report has been filed, current status is WONTFIX, NOTABUG.
miked works best in environments where -c and -f are used sparingly;
especially in conjunction. Continued (ab)use of the -c and -f flags
and omission of the -g flag will eventually result in poor daemon
The OpenML implementation in miked has shown emergent properties
of the daemon taking "pride" in its output. While this facilitates
use in environments where quality output is preferred. It has an
inversely negative effect for environments that prioritize
"band-aid" fixes. In extreme cases the daemon has been known to
stop working for organizations all together.