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README.md

CalebJ Cogs

General, fun and utility modules for Red-DiscordBot v2.

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This repo contains cogs I've written, as well as those I've modified and republished when a PR was either unwanted or too drastic of a change from the original cog's scope.

Table of Contents

Installation

Type the following commands into any channel your bot can see, or in a direct message to it.

1. Adding the repo - replace [p] with your bot's prefix:

[p]cog repo add calebj-cogs https://github.com/calebj/calebj-cogs

2. Installing a cog - replace [COG_NAME] with the name of the cog you want:

[p]cog install calebj-cogs [COG_NAME]

Support and Contact

If you have questions or need support for any of my cogs, please ask in my Red Cog support server channel (#support_calebj). I may ask you to open a GitHub issue in this repo if your fix or request isn't a quick one.

If you want to contact me directly, I am @calebj#0001 on Discord, and my email is me@calebj.io.

If my cogs have made your life easier, consider supporting me through PayPal or becoming a patron. I also take cog commissions, which can either be public (added to this repo) or private (only for you).

Cog Summaries

  • activitylog: Log messages, attachments, and server changes to disk.
  • captcha: Challenge new members with a random code to verify their humanity.
  • customgcom: Bot-wide custom commands. Only the bot owner can add/remove them.
  • datadog: Publish various metrics and events to a local statsd instance.
  • description: Change the header of Red's [p]help command.
  • dice: Wraps the python-dice library. Command is [p]dice <expression>.
  • duel: Procedurally generated duel with a flexible lexicon system.
  • embedwiz: A tool to generate and post custom embeds.
  • galias: Bot-wide command aliases. Only the bot owner can add/remove them.
  • gallery: Automatically clean up comments in content-focused channels.
  • punish: Timed text+voice mute with anti-evasion, modlog cases, and more.
  • purgepins: Delete pin notification messages after a per-channel interval.
  • recensor: Filter messages using regular expressions
  • scheduler: Squid's scheduler cog, with enhancements.
  • serverquotes: Store and recall memorable quotes in your server.
  • sinfo: Simple text dump of server and channel information.
  • watchdog: Helps systemd know when your bot is functioning.
  • xorole: Self-role functionality with single-membership role sets.
  • zalgo: H͕̭͒̈́E̡̩͋͐ C̺̻̉O̟͋M̞̐Ę͒ͅS̬̣̍́.

Cog Documentation

ActivityLog

This cog saves messages and DMs, attachments, and updates to server settings to log files in your bot's data folder. If you want a cog that posts events in a channel, use Grenzpolizei by PaddoInWonderland.

There is no support for uploading logfiles yet, though it is planned. Logging of embed contents and posting events in a channel are NOT planned features.

Activitylog can record the following events:

  • Channel messages (per-channel): logset channel {on|off} [#channel-name]
    • Includes edits and deletions
  • Server events (per-server): logset events [on|off]
    • Member changes: nickname, username, roles, join/leave, ban, kick
    • Server changes: name, region, owner, icon
    • Channel changes: create, delete, name, position, topic, permissions
    • Role changes: create, delete, permissions, name, color, hoist, mentionable, rank
  • Server override (per-server): logset server [on|off]
    • If this is on, all channels and server events are logged.
  • Direct messages: logset dm [on|off]
    • Also includes edits and deletions
  • Message attachments: logset attachments [on|off]
  • Default setting: logset default [on|off]
    • If you haven't set an option on or off, this default is used.
    • Server override, global override, and attachments don't use this.
  • Global override: logset everything [on|off]
    • If this is on, the bot will log everything.
    • Attachment downloading is still its own setting.
  • Log rotation: logset rotation [period], where period is:
    • none : disable log rotation
    • d : one log file per day (starts 00:00Z each day)
    • w : one log file per week (starts 00:00Z each Monday)
    • m : one log file per month (starts 00:00Z on first day of month)
    • y : one log file per year (starts 00:00Z Jan 1)
    • Example: if monthly, all logs for July 2018 in channel ID 1234 would be in 20180701--P1M_1234.log

Note: The version of discord.py that Red v2 is based on doesn't have a way to record audit logs, so there's no way to record which member made a particular change.

Captcha

Captcha allows you to challenge incoming members with a code they must enter to become verified.

NOTE: Attempting to install this cog using [p]cog install will fail unless your version of Red is up to date as of 2018-07-29.

Challenges can be sent and responded to via direct messages or in a server channel, and verification/approval can either be indicated by the presence of or the absence of a role. If an image is impossible to decipher (users get unlimited retries, as incorrect codes are simply ignored), they can say "retry" to get a new one.

The cog supports three types of challenges:

Name Example
plain plain example
image image example
wheezy wheezy example

Moderators and members with the Manage Roles permission can run these commands:

  • [p]captcha approve <member> : manually bypass the captcha challenge for a member
  • [p]captcha approve-all : mark all pending members as approved
  • [p]captcha challenge <member> : unverify and challenge a member

Admins and members with the Manage Serve permission can run these commands:

  • [p]captchaset channel [channel] : set which channel captchas are posted in
  • [p]captchaset dm [on|off] : set whether captchas are sent via DMs
  • [p]captchaset enabled [on|off] : turns the cog on and off in the server
  • [p]captchaset kick-delay [duration] : set how long to wait for a correct code before kicking
  • [p]captchaset on-join [on|off] : set whether members are challenged upon joining (default on)
  • [p]captchaset on-role [on|off] : set whether add/removing the un/verified role triggers a challenge (default on)
  • [p]captchaset retry-delay [duration] : set how long members have to wait to regenerate their code
  • [p]captchaset role [role] : set which role the cog uses to mark un/verified members
  • [p]captchaset role-mode [[un]verified] : set whether the role means members are verified or unverified
  • [p]captchaset type [image|plain|wheezy] : set the type of captchas to generate (see table above)

[duration] can be any combination of numbers and units, e.g. 5m30s, or a long format such as "5 minutes and 30 seconds". Valid units are s, m, h, d, w. It can also be none or disable.

Duel

The Duel cog was written as a fun exercise in procedural generation. It only has a few commands:

  • [p]duel <member> : starts a randomly generated duel with a member
  • [p]duels list [N=10] : display the top N entries in the duels leaderboard
  • [p]protect me : enable or purchase duel protection (set by admins)
  • [p]protected : display a list of all protected members and roles
  • [p]unprotect me : opt out of duel protection

Moderators can use the following commands:

  • [p]protect user <member> : add a member to the protected users list
  • [p]unprotect user <member> : remove a member from the protected users list

And administrators can use these commands:

  • [p]duels reset : clear duel score history (preserves settings and protection list)
  • [p]duels editmode [yes_no] : Set or show whether duels will edit in-place
    • Disabled by default. When disabled, each move will be a new message.
  • [p]protect price [option] : enable, disable, or set the price of self-protection
    • Self-protection is disabled by default. Options are "free", "disable", or a number.
  • [p]protect role <role> : add a role to the protection list
  • [p]unprotect role <role> : remove a role from the protection list

EmbedWiz

Embedwiz can build an embed in two ways: ordered parameters, and keyword parameters.

To use ordered parameters, specify the following seperated by a semicolon (;):

  • Title: to make a link, put [Title text](title url)
  • Color: "none" (default), #ABC123, 0xABC123, "random", "black" or any member of discord.Colour
  • Footer text
  • Footer icon URL
  • Embed image URL
  • Thumbnail image URL
  • Embed body text: or "prompt" to make the next message you post the embed body.

All fields can be left blank. If Discord doesn't like a title link or image URL, it may throw an error.

To use keyword parameters, add -kw to the beginning of the spec and specify one or more of the following seperated by a semicolon (;):

  • title= your title or a markdown-format link as described above
  • url= a valid URL to assign to the embed title
  • color= a color specification (see above)
  • footer= the desired footer text
  • footer_icon= a valid image URL to use as the footer icon
  • image= a valid image URL to use as the embed content image
  • thumbnail= a valid image URL to use as the embed thumbnail
  • timestamp= an ISO8601 timestamp, UNIX timestamp or 'now'
  • body= the embed body text, or "prompt" as described above

By default, author information is included in the embed's header so that it can be edited later using the embedwiz edit command. To omit this information, put -noauthor in front of the between the command and its parameters. Keep in mind that you won't be able to edit it later if you do this.

An example ordered embed specification:

[p]embedwiz -noauthor [Test Embed](https://github.com/calebj/calebj-cogs/);
#2196F3;
Created by embedwiz;
https://calebj.io/images/l3icon.png;
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bf/Test_card.png;
https://www.python.org/static/community_logos/python-powered-h-140x182.png;
Example embed body text. Full **markdown** __is__ *supported*. ~~Nothing to see here.~~

Newlines also work.

And now for [something completely different](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltmMJntSfQI).

Or, using keyword parameters:

[p]embedwiz -noauthor -kw title=Test Embed;
url=https://github.com/calebj/calebj-cogs/;
color=#2196F3;
footer=Created by embedwiz;
footer_icon=https://calebj.io/images/l3icon.png;
image=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bf/Test_card.png;
thumbnail=https://www.python.org/static/community_logos/python-powered-h-140x182.png;
body=Example embed body text. Full **markdown** __is__ *supported*. ~~Nothing to see here.~~

Newlines also work.

And now for [something completely different](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltmMJntSfQI).

Both of which looks like this:

Test embed

Only mods and those with the manage_messages permission can use these subcommands:

  • embedwiz channel [channel] [embed_spec ...] : posts the embed in the channel channel instead.
  • embedwiz delete [embed_spec ...] : deletes the command message (and prompt message, if used).
  • embedwiz edit [channel] [message_id] [embed_spec ...] : edits any existing embed.

Gallery

The gallery cog started as a project to automatically remove comments made in art channels after a specified time, while leaving the art posts intact.

Every 5 minutes it checks the message history in a channel, from the configured maximum age through two weeks in the past. For each message, it performs the following checks:

  1. If the message has a reaction on it from a mod or admin, it's deleted
  2. If privonly is enabled and the message isn't by a "privileged" user OR "pinned", it's deleted
  3. If pinsonly is enabled and the message isn't "pinned" (see below), it's deleted
  4. If the message doesn't have an attachment or embed, and isn't "pinned", it's deleted
  5. Otherwise, the message is kept

"Pinned" messages describe messages for which any of the following is true:

  1. The message is pinned in the channel (via the Discord pinning feature)
  2. The message text contains any of the configured "pin" emojis, or
  3. The message has any "pin" emoji reactions from a mod, admin, or member with the artist role

"Pin" emojis can be set with [p]galset emotes, and default to 🎨 and 📌. "Privileged" users are anyone with the mod, admin (according to [p]modset) or artist ([p]galset role) role.

The cog is configured for the current channel using the following commands:

  • [p]galset turn [on_off] : enable or disable message cleanup
  • [p]galset privonly [on_off] : set or display whether only privileged users' messages are kept
  • [p]galset pinsonly [on_off] : set or display whether only pinned messages are kept
  • [p]galset emotes [emote1 emote2 ...] : set or display the "pin" emojis
  • [p]galset age [timespec] : set or display the maximum age for non-art messages
  • [p]galset role [role] : enable or disable the gallery cog

To show the current settings, run [p]galset without a subcommand.

Punish

The punish cog automatically sets itself up in most cases. In case some role configurations need to be re-applied, the role needs to be recreated, etc., run [p]punishset setup.

To "punish" a user, simply run [p]punish <user> [duration] [optional reason ...], where duration can be forever or infinite to set no end time. If no duration of provided, the default of 30 minutes is used. If the user is already punished, their timer will be updated to match the provided duration, and the reason will be updated if a new one is given.

[duration] can be any combination of numbers and units, e.g. 5m30s, or a long format such as "5 minutes and 30 seconds". Valid units are s, m, h, d, w. Intervals containing spaces must be in double quotes. The values forever, infinite, and disable are command-specific.

To end a punishment before the time has run out, run [p]punish end <user> [optinal end reason ...]. The role can also be removed manually, but this isn't recommended because there currently isn't a way for the bot to know who removed the role.

There is also a [p]punish warn <user> [optional reason ...] command, but all it does is format a boilerplate message. In the future, it might support custom responses or be used for tracking warnings/strikes.

Modlog integration and updating punishment reasons

By default, durations longer than 30 minutes will create modlog cases. Naturally, if the mod cog is not loaded or no modlog channel is set, no cases will be created. To view, adjust or disable this setting, use the [p]punishset case-min [duration], where duration can be disable, or left blank to view the current setting.

Updating the reason for punishment has its own command, since the [p]reason command only updates the modlog. That command is [p]punish reason <user> [new reason ...], and it will automatically update any existing modlog case. If the new reason is left blank, it will be cleared.

Custom permission overrides and timeout channel

Channel overrides for the punish role be easily customized and applied to all channels in a server (except the timeout channel, as explained below). To copy the overrides from a channel, run [p]punishset overrides [channel]. The channel's type can be either text or voice; the overrides for each type are seperate. To display the current overrides, leave channel blank.

Once set, overrides can be deployed to all channels with [p]punishset setup. To restore the default overrides, run [p]punishset reset-overrides [channel_type], where channel_type is voice, text, or both (the default).

Note: if the voice override does not deny speak or connect permissions to the punished role, the cog will not automatically enable server-wide voice mute to punished users.

It is possible to designate a special channel which punished users are allowed to speak in (for example, to discuss their infractions in private with a moderator). When set using [p]punishset channel [channel], the punished role is automatically granted explicit permissions to read and speak in that channel. To view the current channel, run [p]punishset channel without any arguments. Or, to revert this setting and restore the normal permission overrides, run [p]punishset clear-channel.

Punished user list formatting

Support for multi-line headers and cells was added in tabluate version 0.8.0. If the installed version is older than that, the formatting for [p]punish list will revert to a single-row layout, which can easily overflow and cause ugly formatting. To prevent this, simply update tabulate (a quick shortcut to do so is [p]debug bot.pip_install('tabulate')).

ReCensor

The recensor cog uses Python's built-in re module to decide which messages to filter. An introduction to Python regex can be found here, and the full syntax is described here.

Note for Windows users: because of OS limitations combined with an upstream Red issue, a situation called catastrophic backtracking can cause your bot to stop responding. On Linux and OSX, the cog uses process-level isolation to prevent this from happening. Once that pull request is merged, Windows users will have the same protection, and this note will be removed.

Most of the configuration will be done with the following commands:

  • [p]recensor create <name> [pattern] : creates a new filter
  • [p]recensor copy <name> <newname> [link] : Copies an existing filter, with optional link
  • [p]recensor debug <message_id> [channel] : Tests a message against all configured filters
  • [p]recensor test <name> : interactively tests an existing filter
  • [p]recensor regex101 [test message] : opens a pattern in regex101.com with optional test message
  • [p]recensor help : displays links to reference material (such as this README)
  • [p]recensor <name> [setting] [options] : show or change a filter's settings (see below)
  • [p]recensor server [setting] [options] : show or change the server defaults (see below)
  • [p]recensor rename <oldname> <newname> : renames a filter
  • [p]recensor show [name] : displays information about all or one filter(s) in the server
  • [p]recensor delete <name> : deletes a filter

Each filter in a server has the following settings. To configure or check the value of a setting, use [p]recensor FILTERNAME SETTINGNAME [newvalue].

  • enabled : self-explanatory
  • mode : controls whether the filter behaves like a whitelist or blacklist
  • override: controls the filter's priority (see Filter Priority below)
  • pattern : the regular expression itself
  • flags for the regular expression, which are explained in detail here
    • this is how to set case sensitivity and newline behavior, among other things
    • default flags are i (case insensitive) and s (dot matches newline)
  • multi-msg: search for a match spanning several messages
    • looks at the last 64 messages or 10 minutes, whichever is less.
    • currently looks at per-user per-channel sequences; matches do not span users.
    • BIG SCARY WARNING: greedy wildcards can match DOZENS OF MESSAGES!
  • multi-join: what string to join messages on (defaults to \n)
  • if you want to match subsequent messages without any gaps, set this to "" (empty)
  • multi-group: if not 0, which matched group to delete
    • NOTE: the join string is considered a part of the previous message.
      For example, foo(\nbar) will match BOTH messages in the case of "foo" then "bar" with join \n.
  • position: controls which part of the message has to match (defaults to anywhere):
    • start : only looks at the beginning of the message (re.match)
    • anywhere : scans through the full message looking for a match (re.search)
    • full : the entire message must match, from start to finish (re.fullmatch)
  • roles that are or aren't subject to the filter (see List Configuration below)
  • channels in which the filter is or isn't in effect (see List Configuration below)
  • priv-exempt: whether mods, admins and the server owner are immune to the filter
    • Overrides the server default if set. Specify inherit to use the server setting.
  • asciify: attempt to reduce unicode text to its equivalent ASCII before matching
    • Overrides the server default if set. Specify inherit to use the server setting.
  • attachment: prepends {attachment:FILENAME} to applicable messages when enabled.
    • to prevent spoofing, an extra { is prepended when the message starts with {attachment:.

The cog also supports configuring the following server-wide settings. To configure or check the value of a server setting, use [p]recensor server SETTINGNAME [newvalue].

  • A priv-exempt toggle, which makes moderators, admins and the server owner immune from all filters by default
  • An asciify toggle, which makes the cog attempt to reduce unicode text to its equivalent ASCII by default
  • A list of channels where messages will or will not be filtered
    • only applies to filters whose lists have overlay enabled
  • A list of roles that are either immune or exclusively subject to any filters
    • only applies to filters whose lists have overlay enabled

Filter Priority

For messages that match the roles and channels configuration, the filtering process is as follows:

  1. if the message matches any black filters that have override mode on, delete it;
  2. if the message matches any white filters that have override mode on, allow it and stop checking;
  3. if the server or channel has ANY non-override white filters and the message didn't match any of them, delete it;
  4. if the message matches ANY black filters, delete it;
  5. if none of the above apply, the message is not deleted

In short, the filter priority is black override > white override > white > black. The old terminology of inclusive/exclusive was deemed confusing, so the terms are now black and white, respectively.

List Configuration

For full flexibility, each filter can be set to apply to any number of roles or channels, described by a blacklist or whitelist. The server-wide lists act as a starting point for any filters that have overlay enabled (see below), and filter lists can be linked to each other for centralized management.

To configure a list, run [p]recensor FILTERNAME LISTNAME OPERATION [options], where FILTERNAME is SERVER or the name of a filter, and LISTNAME is one of channels or roles, and OPERATION is one of those listed below.

The channels and roles settings are manipulated through a standard interface using the following operations:

  • mode : set whether the list is a blacklist or whitelist
  • enabled : self-explanatory. If a list is disabled, it will be skipped when filtering messages.
  • add : adds one or more items to the list
  • remove : removes one or more items from the list
  • overlay : set whether the list "overlays" its server-wide counterpart
    • Overlay is the default behavior; if disabled, the list is independent of the server's.
  • clear : removes all items from the list (doesn't reset the mode)
  • cleanup : removes references to deleted items from the list
  • invert : replaces the contents of the list with all items that are not in the list
  • link : replaces the list with a reference to another (WARNING: erases the list's configuration!)
    • Only filter lists can be linked; the server-wide list is standalone.
  • unlink : replaces a linked list with a copy of the link's former target

Set operations take the name of another filter (or SERVER) as the only argument:

  • replace : replace the contents of this list with another
  • union : like replace, but only adds new items
  • difference : removes any items that are in the other list
  • intersect : removes any items that are not also in the other list
  • symdiff : replaces the list with items that are in either list, but not both

If overlay is enabled for a filter, the server list acts as "all items" for that filter. For example, if the server's list excludes two channels (A and B) from being filtered, and the filter list excludes two more (C and D), all four will be excluded. If the list is instead set to filter in only A and C, A will still be excluded and the filter will not function there. A warning will be shown in cases like this. Overlay applies to the invert operation as well: inverting a filter that excludes C and D will not exclude A and B.

Example Patterns

Links:

  • All URLs: \b(?:https?|ftp)://[^\s/$.?#].[^\s]*
  • Discord invites: \b(?:https?://)?discord(?:app\.com/invite|\.(?:io|me|li|gg))/[^\s/]+
  • To allow only one kind of URL but not the other:
    • only Discord invites or no URL: blacklist normal URLs, whitelist override Discord
    • only normal URLs or no URL: blacklist Discord invites
    • only Discord invites: whitelist Discord invites
    • only normal URLs: blacklist override Discord invites, whitelist normal

Miscellaneous:

  • Custom emotes: <a?:\w+:\d+>\s*
  • 5 consecutive all-caps words (with punctuation): (?:[A-Z]+\b[\s.!]*){5,}
    • NOTE: requires the I flag to be removed, as it is enabled by default
  • 30 consecutive characters/mentions: (?s)^(?:<(?:[#@&!]+|a?:\w+:)\d+>|.(?<!<[#@&:!])){30,}
    • Emotes and user, role, and channel mentions count as one character

Attachments (replace <PATTERN> with the message content pattern):

  • Messages with pictures attached: ^\{attachment:.*\.(?:png|jpg|jpeg|gif|pdf)\}.*<PATTERN>
  • Messages with no attachments only ^(?!\{attachment:)<PATTERN>
  • Messages with ONLY attachments (no text): ^\{attachment:.*\}$

Caveats for Multi-Message Whitelist Mode:

  1. Be very careful with the ^ or $ anchors!
  • They represent the beginning or end of a user's entire message sequence in a channel.
  1. Formerly allowed messages will not be deleted if new messages or edits break a partial match.
  • If all messages from a former match are still in memory, edits or deletions can trigger action.
  1. Both the position and multi-group settings are ignored.
  • position is considered to be anywhere, and the entire match is used.
  1. All occurances of a match in the history are respected (unless ^$ are used).
  • This is to prevent false negatives on repetitions of a whitelisted string.

Scheduler

The scheduler cog supports a number of different functions. All users can schedule a command to run in the future ("one-shot"), but only moderators and members with the "manage messages" permission can add or manage repeating commands. Additionally, only one of the same command can be scheduled at a time for each member. To schedule it again, they must cancel the one they scheduled before.

Time interval can be any combination of numbers and units, e.g. 5m30s, or a long format such as "5 minutes and 30 seconds". Valid units are s, m, h, d, w. For all subcommands that don't have the time interval as the last argument, intervals containing spaces must be in double quotes.

Timestamp can be an ISO8601 timestamp (e.g. 2017-12-11T01:15:03.449371-0500), UNIX timestamp (e.g. 1512972903.449371) or "now".

Regular members can use these subcommands to [p]scheduler:

  • add [time_interval] [command ...]: schedules the specified command to run in time_interval.
    • time_interval must be in double quotes if it contains spaces.
  • add_timelast [command] [time_interval ...]: add, but time_interval is the last parameter.
    • command must be in double quotes if it contains spaces.
    • Useful for creating command aliases that take a variable time.
  • add_twostage [command_1] [time_interval] [command_2 ...]: runs command_1, schedules command_2.
    • command_1 and time_interval must be in double quotes if they contain spaces.
  • add_twostage_timelast [command_1] [command_2] [time_interval ...]: add_twostage, but interval is last.
    • command_1 and command_2 must be in double quotes if they contain spaces.
    • Useful for creating command aliases that take a variable time.
  • cancel [command ...]: cancels a scheduled command. You can only cancel your scheduled commands.

Moderators and members with the "manage messages" permission can run these subcommands:

  • repeat [name] [time_interval] [command ...]: repeats the given command every time_interval.
  • repeat_from [name] [start] [interval] [command ...]: repeat, starting at timestamp start.
  • repeat_in name start_in interval command ...: repeat, starting in the interval start_in.
  • remove [name]: removes the repeating command named name and cancels the next scheduled run.
  • list: lists the names of all scheduled commands (TODO: show channel and command).
    • Also shows scheduled oneshots. Cancel them by using remove with the full UID-name.

An example application of twostage is to have a self-assigned role (using selfrole from the Squid Admin cog) that is added and then removed after a custom delay, using a single alias.

ServerQuotes

Anyone can run these commands:

  • [p]quote by <member> [show_all] : displays one or all quotes by a member
  • [p]quote by-nm <author> [show_all] : displays one or all quotes by a non-member author
  • [p]quote dump : uploads a CSV with all of the server's quote data
  • [p]quote list [random] : displays all quotes, optionally jumping to a random one
  • [p]quote me [show_all] : displays one or all quotes by the calling member
  • [p]quote search <query> : searches quotes by text and displays them in order of relevance
  • [p]quote show <num> : displays an individual quote by its number

These commands relate to "global" quotes, which can be accessed in all servers and even by DM:

  • [p]gquote by-nm <author> [show_all] : displays one or all global quotes by a non-member author
  • [p]gquote list [random] : displays all global quotes, optionally jumping to a random one
  • [p]gquote me [show_all] : displays one or all global quotes by the calling member
  • [p]gquote search <query> : searches global quotes by text and displays them in order of relevance
  • [p]gquote show <num> : displays an individual global quote by its number

Moderators, admins, and people with Manage Messages permissions can use:

  • [p]quote add <member> <quote ...> : adds a quote by the specified member
  • [p]quote add-msg <message ID> [channel] : adds an entire message as a quote
    • channel is required if the message is from a different channel than where the command is run
  • [p]quote add-nm <author> <quote ...> : adds a quote by the specified author
    • this allows quotes from non-members to be added; use [p]quote by-nm to display them
  • [p]quote remove <num> : deletes a quote by its number

Only server admins can use:

  • [p]quote global <num> [YES|no] : set whether a quote should be made global
    • If run without an argument, defaults to yes
  • [p]quote link [server_id] : adds a link to a server ID if provided, or lists all links
  • [p]quote unlink <server_id> : removes a link to a server by ID

And finally, only the bot owner can use these commands:

  • [p]gquote add <member> <quote ...> : adds a global quote by the specified member
  • [p]gquote add-msg <message ID> [channel] : adds an entire message as a global quote
    • channel is required if the message is from a different channel than where the command is run
  • [p]gquote add-nm <author> <quote ...> : adds a global quote by the specified author
    • this allows quotes from non-members to be added; use [p]gquote by-nm to display them
  • [p]gquote remove <num> : deletes a global quote by its number
  • [p]gquote unpublish <num> : unmarks a published quote as global
    • NOTE: quotes that weren't published from a server cannot be unpublished

The [p]gquote add commands will not associate the added quote with a server.

The cog uses sqlite's FTS4 extension for text indexing with a Porter stemming tokenizer, and ranks search results by the Okapi BM25 algorithm.

Watchdog

First of all, if you aren't running your bot on a Linux machine with systemd, or another service manager that listens for watchdog messages in the same way, this cog won't do anything for you. Sorry.

With that out of the way, some important information: this cog doesn't actually restart your bot for you. Systemd has to do that. All the cog does is periodically send systemd messages that everything is working.

The service has to be configured to expect these messages by adding:

# Discord hearbeat is about every 40 seconds. Using 90 to be safe from false restarts.
WatchdogSec=90

to your service unit. As long as the environment variables from systemd are passed through to the bot (i.e. you aren't using the launcher), the cog will know where to send the OK messages.

If you are new to systemd, you can use the provided red@.service unit template. It assumes that:

  1. there exists a user and group named red for your bot to run under,
  2. the bot files are located in /srv/red/<some name>/,
  3. all files in 2 are owned by user red and group red, and
  4. you enable and start the service as red@<some name>

Assuming your bot is set up (i.e. token set, etc) and is located in a folder named Red-DiscordBot; and that red@.service is in /etc/systemd/system/: base If your bot's nickname is Squid, you would do the following (as root):

# Create the base folder, if it doesn't exist
mkdir -p /srv/red/

# Create the red user if it doesn't exist
id -u red 2>/dev/null || useradd red -r -U -d /srv/red/

# Move the bot's files to a subdirectory of /srv/red/
mv Red-DiscordBot /srv/red/squid

# Change the ownership to the bot user
chown red:red /srv/red -R

# Enable and start the bot
systemctl enable --now red@squid

After which your bot should now be running (check with systemctl status red@squid).

XORole

XORole was created out of the need for "role sets", which are groups of roles that a member should only have one of at a time. Thus the name, which is short for "exclusive-or roles". Examples use cases include self-assignable color roles, timezone or region roles, and teams (e.g. Ingress or Pokemon Go).

The following user commands are available as subcommands of xorole:

  • list: lists available rolesets and the roles in them.
  • add [role]: assigns a user a role, removing any others in the same set.
  • toggle [roleset]: toggle a role on or off, or between a two-role set.
  • remove [role|roleset]: removes the role or their role in roleset from the user.

For a roleset of size one, xorole toggle will add the role if they don't have it, or remove it if they do. For a roleset of size two, it will toggle between the two roles (one must already be assigned). For other sizes, the command will error.

Calling [p]xorole [role] without a valid subcommand is the same as calling [p]xorole add [role].

The cog is configured using the following subcommands of xoroleset:

  • addroleset [name]: creates a new roleset.
  • rmroleset [name]: deletes a roleset.
  • renroleset [old_name] [new_name]: renames a roleset.
  • addroles [roleset] [role,[role,...]: Adds a comma-seperated list of roles (or IDs) to a roleset.
  • rmroles [roleset] [role,[role,...]: Removes a comma-seperated list of roles (or IDs) from a roleset.
  • audit: Lists members that have more than one role in a xorole roleset.

Contributing

Please submit patches to code or documentation as GitHub pull requests!

Contributions must be licensed under the GNU GPLv3. The contributor retains the copyright. I won't accept new cogs unless I want to support them.

Usage Statistics and Privacy Policy

Most of the cogs in this repo use a custom usage reporting tool which, upon being loaded, checks to see if you have opted in before sending anything. I use Matomo on my webserver to record events, and don't share the data with anyone else. All user IDs are hashed before sending to make them unique without being able to identify the users (or bots) in question, and IP addresses are stripped. Only "Pseudonymous Data" is collected or stored, and since none of it is for commercial use, I am not obligated to respond to GDPR requests. More information can be found in my privacy policy.

The gibberish seen at the top of most of the cogs is actually a compressed form of the tool's code, generated by pyminifier and this script, then updated by this script. I included these scripts to allow others to easily verify that the output is identical.

License and Copyright

Except for scheduler, which is licensed under the MIT license, all code in this repository is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3.

Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Caleb Johnson, contributors and original authors.