Your open-source personal assistant.
Leon is an open-source personal assistant who can live on your server.
He does stuff when you ask for it.
You can talk to him and he can talk to you. You can also text him and he can also text you. If you want to, Leon can communicate with you by being offline to protect your privacy.
- If you are a developer (or not), you may want to build many things that could help in your daily life. Instead of building a dedicated project for each of those ideas, Leon can help you with his packages/modules (skills) structure.
- With this generic structure, everyone can create his own modules and share them with others. Therefore there is only one core (to rule them all).
- Leon uses AI concepts, which is cool.
- Privacy matters, you can configure Leon to talk with him offline. You can already text with him without any third party services.
- Open-source is great.
What is this repository for?
This repository contains the following nodes of Leon:
- The server
- The packages/modules
- The web app
- The hotword node
Sounds good for you? Then let's get started!
To install these prerequisites, you can follow the How To section of the documentation.
# Clone the repository (stable branch) git clone -b master https://github.com/leon-ai/leon.git leon # OR download the latest release at: https://github.com/leon-ai/leon/releases/latest # Go to the project root cd leon # Install npm install
# Check the setup went well npm run check # Build npm run build # Run npm start # Go to http://localhost:1337 # Hooray! Leon is running
For full documentation, visit docs.getleon.ai.
To know what is going on, follow roadmap.getleon.ai.
If you have an idea about improving Leon, do not hesitate.
Leon needs open-source to live, the more modules he has, the more skillful he becomes.
The Story Behind Leon
You'll find a write-up on this blog post.
Louis Grenard (@louistiti_fr)
You can also contribute by buying me a fruit juice.
Copyright (c) 2019-present, Louis Grenard firstname.lastname@example.org