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Michael De Roover 2021-04-21 01:34:02 +02:00
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sendmsg "You can find my source code <a href=\"https://git.ghnou.su/ghnou/konata\">here</a>."
sendmsg "You can find my source code <a href=\"https://git.nixmagic.com/ghnou/konata\">here</a>."
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#### Konata the Telegram bot
This project contains the source code of the Telegram bot [@konatasanbot](https://t.me/konatasanbot), the sister project of [ghnou/ubot](https://git.ghnou.su/ghnou/ubot). It is the code you need to make her run, although this is only a small part of the actual appliance.
This project contains the source code of the Telegram bot [@konatasanbot](https://t.me/konatasanbot), the sister project of [ghnou/ubot](https://git.nixmagic.com/ghnou/ubot). It is the code you need to make her run, although this is only a small part of the actual appliance.
Most importantly, you need a public domain name, a TLS certificate for it and a stable webserver to run this bot. The installer assumes that you do have this webserver already deployed (personal website or similar), that your domain is configured and that your webserver is what terminates TLS and reverse proxies incoming requests to the bot. The bot's system should be Alpine, and I recommend using LXC to build it into a container.
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#### Contributing
I hope you'll like using this bot, and learn about the various ways you can run one. If you have any features you'd like to see, feel free to open a pull request along with code against [this repo](https://git.ghnou.su/ghnou/konata). Please make sure to follow the existing coding standards (i.e. case statement, functions, tab indentation etc) when contributing your own.
I hope you'll like using this bot, and learn about the various ways you can run one. If you have any features you'd like to see, feel free to open a pull request along with code against [this repo](https://git.nixmagic.com/ghnou/konata). Please make sure to follow the existing coding standards (i.e. case statement, functions, tab indentation etc) when contributing your own.
Enjoy!