Sirious is a tampering proxy server for Apple's Siri Assistant, allowing you to extend Siri to add custom commands/functionality.
Sirious does not allow you to run Siri on an unauthorised (non-iPhone4S) device
Not really, but feel free to drop by #sirious on freenode.
The Plugin API should be pretty stable now, until I discover more stuff in the Siri Protocol we can abuse. Take a look at sirious.plugins.sirious_test for a pretty clear example
Install using the usual method:
$ python setup install.py
Then you will need to run
sirious-gencerts to generate your certificates for you. The location of these will be automatically calculated based on how you run/install Sirious.
It will be either:
If you wish to load plugins, or pass any configuration options, your config file should by
sirious.cfg in the above directory. A sample config is provided with the package.
Once this is done, you can run sirious simply by typing its name!
You will now need to "poison" your DNS to point
guzzoni.apple.com at your Sirious server. This is outside the scope of this readme, but I suggest dnsmasq.
Once this is done, navigate to https://guzzoni.apple.com on your iPhone, if the DNS changes were sucessful you should be offered the CA Certificate generated earlier. Accept/install this certificate and you can start using Siri via Sirious!
- Applidium, without who I wouldn't have really known where to start with the Siri Protocol
- plamoni/SiriProxy, sometimes it's nice to have a reference even in a language you don't speak :)
- chendo, for some (albeit Rubyist) Plugin API inspiration