zodbot is a supybot based irc bot that we use in our #fedora channels.
Owner: Fedora Infrastructure Team
Purpose: Provides our IRC bot
zodbot is a supybot based irc bot that we use in our #fedora channels. It runs on noc1 as the daemon user. We do not config manage the zodbot.conf because supybot makes changes to it on its own. Therefore it gets backed up and is treated as data.
cd /srv/web/meetbot # zodbot current needs to be started in the meetbot directory. # This requirement will go away in a later meetbot release. sudo -u daemon supybot -d /var/lib/zodbot/conf/zodbot.conf
Processing interrupted meeting logs
zodbot forgets about meetings if they are in progress when the bot goes down; therefore, the meetings never get processed. Users may request a ticket in our Trac instance to have meeting logs processed.
Trac tickets for meeting log processing should consist of a URL where zodbot had saved the log so far and an uploaded file containing the rest of the log. The logs are stored in /srv/web/meetbot. Append the remainder of the log uploaded to Trac (don't worry too much about formatting; meeting.py works well with irssi- and XChat-like logs), then run:
sudo python /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/supybot/plugins/MeetBot/meeting.py replay /path/to/fixed.log.txt
Close the Trac ticket, letting the user know that the logs are processed in the same directory as the URL they gave you.
Becoming an admin
Register with zodbot on IRC.
/msg zodbot misc help register
You have to identify to the bot to do any admin type commands, and you need to have done so before anyone can give you privs.
After doing this, ping nirik on IRC and he will grant you privs if you need them. You'll likely be added to the admin group, which has the following capabilities (the below snippet is from an IRC log illustrating how to get the list of capabilities).
21:57 < nirik> .list admin 21:57 < zodbot> nirik: capability add, capability remove, channels, ignore add, ignore list, ignore remove, join, nick, and part