Currently, there are several CLI tools:
These are all fairly weird/un-modern. I'd probably like to replace them with a single bin/user which works like this:
./bin/user create --user <username> --email <email> ./bin/user enable --user <username> ./bin/user empower --user <username> # Or "make-administrator".
The goal here is basically just to provide CLI recovery/bootstrapping tools if you really jinx your install with a series of account management mistakes. These three modes let you put some account into a valid state, and you can then bin/auth recover into it and continue from the web UI.
The commands being replaced have other capabilities:
- Editing a real name.
- Setting or removing the "bot" flag.
- Verifying the primary email address.
- Un-administrating users.
- Filling the user profile image cache with default images.
Address verification can be done with bin/auth verify. The other functions don't seem particularly useful, and particularly aren't necessary to "break into" an install that you've locked yourself out of by disabling the only administrator account or whatever.
These changes should be coupled with a "How to fix things if you lock your keys inside your install" document, and existing references to bin/accountadmin and the other tools should be removed.