Nurdbot

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NURDbot is a small IRC bot based on the fantastic jsonbot by Bart Thate. It runs on nurdbot.vm.nurd.space.

Writing custom commands (AKA plugs)

Extensions go in /home/nurdbot/.jsb/myplugs/socket. In theory you could load a plugin with:

!plug-enable <plugin name>

In practice it turns out you have to kill the bot, start it again (see below how) and then do the !plug-enable.

Reloading the bot

  • kill process starting with "python2.7 ./bin/jsb-irc"
  • as user nurdbot, run the following

screen ~/jsonbot/botstart.sh

  • restarting the mqtt connection (for eg the temperature sensors):
    • kill and restart: /usr/bin/screen -d -m -S 'mqtt-to-sqlite3' /home/nurdbot/mqtt-to-sqlite3.py‎


Our custom commands

  •  !badum - for terrible jokes
  •  !bclabel - Prints Bookcrossing labels @ Labelprinter @ SlabPi
  • !fluoro - controls the fluorescent lights
  •  !label - Prints labels with free text @ Labelprinter @ SlabPi
  •  !janee - response in the affirmative or negatory sense to inquiries
  •  !mpdtube - Sends search query or url to MPDTube
  •  !ot - shows OpenTherm data from Home assistant
  •  !ot-set - Updates OpenTherm thermostat setpoint through Home assistant
  •  !statustoggle - (temp) manually switch the space from closed to open
  •  !sth - temps and humidities of the different rooms
  •  !ticker sends text to Led ticker
  •  !toggle - toggles switches (Sonoff, epc, pdu) through Home assistant
  •  !toggle-list - shows a list of IDs that !toggle can use
  •  !wau-temp - Read the external temperature from the WUR sensors
  •  !wikipedia - customised from the basic version
  •  !wol - Performs wake-on-lan actions for machines in the space
  • ~power - Current power consumption (not Nurdbot but x0p actually)

WIP

  •  !speak - Text to speach using Festival on SlabPi
  •  !espeak / !espreek / !edire / !esprech - Text to speach using espeak on SlabPi (different languages yay \o/)
 
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