Telegram-DMI-Bot is the platform that powers @DMI_bot, a Telegram bot aided at helping students find informations about professors, classes' schedules, administration's office hours and more.
Using the live version
The bot is live on Telegram with the username @DMI_Bot. Send '/start' to start it, '/help' to see a list of commands.
Please note that the commands and their answers are in Italian.
Setting up a local istance
If you want to test the bot by creating your personal istance, follow this steps:
- Clone this repository or download it as zip.
- Send a message to your bot on Telegram, even '/start' will do. If you don't, you could get an error
- Copy the file data/DMI_DB.db.dist into data/DMI_DB.db to enable the database sqlite
- Copy the file config/settings.yaml.dist into config/settings.yaml (If you don't have a token, message Telegram's @BotFather to create a bot and get a token for it)
- Now you can launch "main.py" with your Python3 interpreter
- Python 3
To install with pip3
Notes: only some users are allowed to use these commands indeed there is an if condition that check the chatid of the user that can use them
You can enable these commands setting disable_db = 0 and copy data/DMI_DB.db.dist into data/DMI_DB.db
This command shows the statistics of the times where the commands are used in the last 30 days.
- /drive /request /adddb
You can enable these commands setting disable_drive = 0, configure the GoogleDrive credentials and copy data/DMI_DB.db.dist into data/DMI_DB.db.
/drive: command to get the GoogleDrive files /request allows the user to send the subscribe request to get the access for /drive /adddb allows some special users to give the access to /drive to another user
- open a project on the Google Console Developer
- enable Drive API
- download the drive_credentials.json and put it on config/
- copy config/settings.yaml.dist into config/settings.yaml, then configure it
How to use
Build image dmibot with docker:
$ docker build ./ -t dmibot --build-arg TOKEN=<token_API>
Run the container dmibot:
$ docker run -it dmibot
Now you can go to the dmibot directory and run the bot:
$ cd /usr/local/dmibot/ $ python main.py
This open-source software is published under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 3. Please refer to the "LICENSE" file of this project for the full text.
This project is made possible thanks to the contributions of: