A Dicord chatbot that is easy to deploy and build upon!
This project uses errbot and Docker to quickly launch your own chatbot in a container.
The goal of this project is to make it as easy as possible to launch a minimal, working chatbot.
Note: This repo is a fork of my other project errbot-launchpad - errbot-launchpad is a way more basic version of this project. This project that you are currently reading about 👀 is packed full of features and chatbot command that are ready to use out of the box! It is a work in progress though so beware of bugs!
Looking for the bot commands documentation?
Check it out here!
Want to get going quick? Run the following commands to bring up a CLI to interact with
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:GrantBirki/errbot.git
Check out the development guide in this repo for all the info you will need to develop, test, and build your bot!
In this guide you will find details about how the bot works, and how you can create your own new chatbot commands.
Just make sure to walk through the setup section before you start!
Bot Invite Link 🔗
Click here to invite errbot to your Discord server!
Note: The public version of errbot is no longer available. If you wish to use errbot, you must self host it on your own
Community Discord 💬
If you need help with development, have a question, new feature, or just want to test out the bot, you can join the errbot community Discord
Mkdocs Documentation 📚
Docs about docs? WhOa sO mEtA
Do you want to build and read the documentation locally? Perhaps you have a suggestion and want to visualize how it will look when deployed with GitHub Pages?
To view and serve a local version of the Mkdocs documentation for this project, run the following command:
$ mkdocs serve INFO - Building documentation... INFO - Cleaning site directory INFO - Documentation built in 0.17 seconds INFO - [12:61:00] Serving on http://127.0.0.1:8000/
Continue on to the setup section to get your environment setup and ready to build!