+This tool is a basic command-line interface to the [ge.tt](http://ge.tt/)
+You can use it to upload files, list and create shares, and also delete those.
+One of the advantages of ge.tt over other sharing websites is that you don't
+need to wait for the uploading process to end to be able to share a file
+with others. Your file gets a link as soon as it starts uploading, and others
+will be able to download it while it's uploading.
+Every file is part of share, which can contain several of them.
+Shares can have a title, and are identified by an URL in the form of
+To use this tool, you need to have Python 3 installed :
+- If you're using Windows you can download it from
+ Please make sure to pick Python 3.x and not Python 2.X !
+- For apt-get based Linux distributions (such as Debian or Ubuntu),
+ you can install it with :
+ `# apt-get install python3`
+You then need to install gett-cli (this will provide the *gett* command):
+- on Windows, use this [MSI Installer](https://bitbucket.org/mickael9/gett-cli/downloads/gett-cli-0.1.win32.msi)
+- on other systems, download the [source tarball](https://bitbucket.org/mickael9/gett-cli/downloads/gett-cli-0.1.tar.gz)
+ `$ python3 setup.py install` (you might need to substitute *python3* to *python*
+ if python3 is the default interpreter)
+Uploading files to a new share:
+ $ gett hello.jpg image2.png
+Uploading files to an existing share:
+ $ gett -s http://ge.tt/share_name hello.jpg image2.png
+ $ gett --delete http://ge.tt/share_name
+ $ gett --delete http://ge.tt/share_name/v/0
+Note that whenever *http://ge.tt/<share_name>[/v/<fileid>]* is expected,
+you can omit the *http://ge.tt/* part:
+ $ gett --delete share_name/v/0
+You can see all the available options with: