make replfor local testing)
sdbot helpto test it out.
You could also install docker and use the docker file to run sdbot.
When you run
make run it'll try to install matplotlib. Matplotlib depends on
freetype. These needs to be installed before you can install matplotlib.
If you don't want to host SDBot yourself you can launch an SDBot with the help of BeepBoop. Just visit the public page, sign in and you'll be able to launch SDBot to your slack team in just seconds! If you don't yet have an account at Server Density and would like to enjoy the tremendous advantages of having an SDBot to support your slack team. Visit Server Density to sign up. Creating an SDBot for your team is the next step!
If you are curious about what BeepBoop does you can always read their documentation
If you have any questions at all, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
It's very easy to extend sdbot and add your own commands. Just create a python file in the plugins directory with an
on_message function that returns a string.
You can use the
sdbot help command to print out all available commands and a brief help message about them.
A kind thank you to Limbo and the persons who contributed to that.