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MODiX - A moderation and analysis bot for discord

MODiX is a moderation and analysis bot for discord. As for now, it just deals with moderation, but development should be driven towards analytics to reach our goal in the near future.

Roadmap & Contributions

Issues are the center of MODiX´s development. You can see what features are being worked on in the issues and you can see which features are planned. You might also create issues to share problems/ideas.

Getting Started

  1. Download and install the latest version of the .NET Core SDK.
  2. Download and install Docker.
  3. Create a new Discord application with a bot user.
  4. Create the following environment variables for your user account:
    • DiscordClientId: the client ID for your Discord app.
    • DiscordClientSecret: the client secret for your Discord app.
    • DiscordToken: the token for your Discord bot user.
  5. Open a browser and navigate to https://discordapp.com/oauth2/authorize?scope=bot&permissions=0&client_id=, replacing <Client ID> with your Discord app's client ID from the previous step.
  6. Select a Discord server from the dropdown list to add your bot to.