A Python Bot - built upon the python-telegram-bot wrapper and Node.js - to broadcast GitHub repository events and activities to Telegram chats.
Provides public interface, handles multiple users with multiple subscription to repositories. Every user can add and remove his subscriptions.
A public instance of the bot is online at @radiogit_bot.
webhoook-listenercontains a Node app to listen and record JSON payloads from GitHub;
botfolder contains the actual Telegram bot, which provides an user interface (allowing personal preferences) and delivers updates;
miscyou'll find some other related code and the old PHP implementation of the webhook listening part (working but deprecated).
Dependencies: Node.js (Express 4, body-parser)
Edit the port/webserver configuration and run
node index.js (you may find useful setting up a reverse proxy). Make sure it's accessible and accepting POST requests, the URL will be the Payload URL when setting up the actual webhook in GitHub repository settings.
You can test the listener with
curl with something like this:
curl -d @payload.json -H "Content-Type: application/json" PAYLOAD/URL/SOME/POST
payload.json is something like this.
The actual bot
Dependencies: python3 (telegram, sqlite3).
Insert your bot token and run the bot with
When everything is ready, talk to the bot.
If the repository url is https://github.com/RepoOwner/RepoName, send
/sub RepoOwner/RepoName to set up event subscription.
Works in groups, too.
- Support other types of events (currently supporting only commit events, as POC);
- Implement secret checking;
- Conversation Handling;
- Rate Limitation;
- Message Templates;