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COVID-19 Discord Bot
It's just reporting some numbers and stats from https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
You should copy the
template_config.json from the
config/ directory of this project to
config/config.json and modify the values present.
You should also create a file called
pgdb.key in the
config/ directory with one line defining the password to be used for the database.
If you're using the docker-compose setup, which I highly recommend, you should only need to worry about the following variables:
Follow the link in the template config to learn how to set up a bot user with Discord's API. Then put the api_key value in place of that URL in the config.
This ID specifies the channel you want the bot to send periodic reports to. You can get that ID by enabling developer mode in Discord, right clicking the channel you want to report to, and clicking "Copy ID"
This shouldn't be a plural variable but here we are.
This variable sets the timezone that the reporter will use to determine what times to give reports at.
This is an array of numbers in military time specifying the times the bot is to send a report to the specified channel.
This is an array of strings that specified which selections from the table to include data from in the report.
The report will also include a "ranking" of the number of cases per selection. This specifies how many from the top number of cases will be shown.
Ex: 5 will show the top 5 cases currently.
Please for the love of god just use the
docker-compose.yml because I don't want to explain how to set up
You should be in the root directory of this project and issue:
sudo docker-compose up --build -d
That will build the images for the containers needed and start the cluster.
The bot does two things:
- send periodic reports to a specified channel
- respond to commands with speified data
Using the values specified in the config file, the bot will generate reports from the data that has most recently been parsed and send that information as a report to the specified channel. It should by default look something like this:
Selection: USA Total Cases: 311,357 New Cases: 34,196 Total Deaths: 8,452 New Deaths: 1,048 Total Recovered: 14,741 Active Cases: 288,164 Serious Critical: 8,206 Total Cases / One Mil: 941 Selection: Total Total Cases: 1,201,473 New Cases: 84,812 Total Deaths: 64,691 New Deaths: 5,517 Total Recovered: 246,383 Active Cases: 890,399 Serious Critical: 42,288 Total Cases / One Mil: 154.1 # 1 USA: 311,357 # 2 Spain: 126,168 # 3 Italy: 124,632 # 4 Germany: 96,092 # 5 France: 89,953
All commands are appended with
!. For example, if I want to use the
report command I would say
This command takes the second argument as a selection from the table. As an example, here is something similar to the response you would get for sending
Selection: Taiwan Total Cases: 355 New Cases: 7 Total Deaths: 5 New Deaths: Total Recovered: 50 Active Cases: 300 Serious Critical: Total Cases / One Mil: 15
This command takes hte second argument as the number of top selections to report cases of. For example, at the time of writing the command
!top 5 would produce:
# 1 USA: 311,357 # 2 Spain: 126,168 # 3 Italy: 124,632 # 4 Germany: 96,092 # 5 France: 89,953
If you have any questions or need help setting up (or want to report a bug), you can contact me in the following places most effectively: