Contact email@example.com if you are interested in working on one of these projects. Also, the IRC Page has information about getting started with IRC.
Who we are
|IRC Team Main Page|
|xlefay||Team leader||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Kobach||Chief Bacon Officer||UTC-5 (us/central)|
Chat bot (Python)
- ELIZA module that uses Futurama personalities (to match the bot's current nick)
- Modify bot logging to match existing formats (mIRC preferably)
- Single sign on against the website (coordinate with NCommander)
- Get the web IRC to use the website's sessions to sign in
- Quick-Start/How-to guide for staff members (.op .topic nickserv commands etc.)
Anyone wanting to join existing bot development projects should contact the developer(s) noted below.
#soylent (general chat, mostly family-friendly)
#staff (anyone welcome to join but only messages from voiced nicks will appear)
#help (irc help)
#test (mainly for bot testing)
Private establishments (unofficial)
There are a few bots lurking in the Soylent IRC channels besides the services mentioned above.
Anyone wishing to develop bots should use #test for testing.
Please avoid flooding in private establishments and official channels (except #test).
lurks in #soylent, ##, etc
<crutchy> weatherbot melbourne australia <SedBot> weather for Melbourne Regional Office, VIC, Australia: 1023.50 mbar, 60.4F/15.8C/288.9K <SedBot> wind mph / 0kph / 0m/s, 0 degrees
lurks in ##, #derp, etc
$sr text # echoes "txet" (reverse of text)
lurks in #soylent, ## and #test
weather-add code location
note: if you do "weather-add code location" with the same code as existing, the existing code location will be overwritten currently unable to delete codes
A few thousand ICAO and IATA/FAA airport codes have been imported into the codes file thanks to http://openflights.org/data.html
<crutchy> weather <weather> SOYLENT IRC WEATHER INFORMATION BOT <weather> usage: "weather location" (visit http://wiki.soylentnews.org/wiki/IRC#weather for more info) <weather> data courtesy of the APRS Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) @ http://weather.gladstonefamily.net/ <weather> by crutchy: https://github.com/crutchy-/test/blob/master/weather.php
<crutchy> weather JFK <weather> Weather for Brooklyn, NY US at 2014-04-14 03:36:00 (UTC) ~ 0.8 hrs ago: <weather> temperature = 66°F (18.9°C) dewpoint = 56.3°F (13.5°C) <weather> barometric pressure = 1017.3 mb ~ change of 0 mb over past 0.2 hrs relative humdity = 71% <weather> wind speed = 1 mph (1.6 km/h) wind direction = 336°
<kobach> weather vostok, aq <weather> Weather for Vostok Station (RUS), -, Antarctica (the territory South of 60 deg S) at 2014-04-14 12:00:00 (UTC) ~ 0.8 hrs ago: <weather> temperature = -83.7°F (-64.3°C) dewpoint = -90.9°F (-68.3°C) <weather> barometric pressure = 948.9 mb ~ change of 1.6 mb over past 6 hrs relative humdity = 57% <weather> wind speed = 10 mph (16 km/h) wind direction = 200°
<crutchy> weather-add crutchy melbourne australia <weather> code "crutchy" set for location "melbourne australia"
<crutchy> weather crutchy <weather> Weather for Melbourne Regional Office, VIC, Australia at 2014-04-14 11:00:00 (UTC) ~ 0.8 hrs ago: <weather> temperature = 60.4°F (15.8°C) dewpoint = 50.2°F (10.1°C) <weather> barometric pressure = 1023.5 mb ~ change of -1.4 mb over past 3 hrs relative humdity = 68% <weather> wind speed = (no data) wind direction = 0°
IRC SCRIPT EXECUTIVE
To invoke a script in IRC client:
<crutchy> define dancing <bacon> noun | taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
# timeout(sec)/auto-privmsg(1/0)/empty-msg-allowed(1/0)/alias/cmd 5/1/1/cowsay/cowsay "%%msg%%" 5/0/0/test/php test.php "%%msg%%" "%%chan%%" "%%nick%%" 5/1/1/ps/ps 5/1/1/moo/apt-get moo 5/1/1/fortune/fortune 5/1/1/cowsay-fortune/sh cowsay-fortune.sh 5/0/0/define/php definitions.php "%%msg%%" "%%chan%%" "%%nick%%" 5/0/0/php/php php.php "%%msg%%" 5/1/0/burrito/php burrito.php "%%msg%%"
Available exec templates:
%%msg%% %%chan%% %%nick%%
<?php echo "when auto-privmsg=0 this shows on terminal (stdout) only\n"; echo "privmsg msg=".$argv."\n"; echo "privmsg chan=".$argv."\n"; echo "privmsg nick=".$argv."\n"; ?>