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hubot-hipchat - HipChat adapter for GitHub's Hubot

  •    CoffeeScript

Try deploying the "Triatomic" starter HipChat Hubot project to Heroku. Once you have it running, simply clone it and customize its scripts as you please. This is a HipChat-specific version of the more general instructions in the Hubot wiki. Some of this guide is derived from Hubot's general set up instructions. You may wish to see that guide for more information about the general use and configuration of Hubot, in addition to details for deploying it to environments other than Heroku.

hedwig - An Adapter-based Bot Framework for Elixir Applications

  •    Elixir

Hedwig is a chat bot, highly inspired by GitHub's Hubot. See the online documentation for more information.

maplebot - A small extensible xmpp bot built with nodejs

  •    Javascript

MapleBot is a simple XMPP bot built with nodejs. Its built using a number of configurable tasks. Each task binds a set of commands to the bot. When the bot encounters a command it knows. The connected function is run. MapleBot makes a great bot to use on company jabber networks, and can easily be trained to do things like send reminders or get the weather. You can install all of Maplebot's dependencies using npm.

docker-errbot - Dockerfile for Err - the pluggable chatbot

  •    Python

Dockerfile to build an Errbot (the pluggable chatbot) container image. Below is the complete list of available options that can be used to customize your Err bot. See config-template.py for complete settings documentation.

hermes - A friendly, pluggable chat bot.

  •    Javascript

Check out the Hermes site for a list of all the open-source plugins you can add to your robot. Hermes also comes with a Javascript API, for complicated use cases and full control over how Hermes is configured.

horta-hell - Configurable XMPP bot written in Scala based on the Akka framework.

  •    Scala

horta hell is XMPP bot. It is based on the Akka framework. Copy horta.properties.example file to horta.properties and tune it. All options should be self-explanatory.