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Last pushed: 2 years ago
Short Description
An IRC meetbot based on openstack branch of meetbot.
Full Description


This is based on J J Asghar meetbot docker definition: but adapted to our needs,
and grabbing the openstack meetbot which allows #startvote

This is a docker container to get meetbot running and only needing your specific configurations.


Pull the latest version of the image from the docker index. This is the recommended method of installation as it is easier to update image in the future.

docker pull edacoreinfra/meetbot:latest

Alternately you can build the image yourself.

git clone
cd docker-meetbot
docker build -t="$USER/meetbot" .

Quick Start

Run the image

docker run --name="meetbot-running" -d -p 81:80/tcp \
          -v /root/docker-meetbot/conf:/conf \
          -v /root/docker-meetbot/data:/data \
          -v /root/docker-meetbot/logs:/logs root/meetbot

It has a meetbot.conf in the repo that'll connect to freenode

When you are ready for this bot to connect and you start using it i suggest
you pull down the main meetbot code, and
run the Configuring SupyBot section. Grab the files that are outputted, copy
them into the directory you want to use as your /conf directory and rename the
_<your_bot_name.conf>_ to meetbot.conf

You should see your bot in the IRC channel of your choosing in a few seconds.

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Comments (2)
10 months ago

The /conf dir passed with -v is useless, because the application uses /app/conf inside the container, and not /conf, and also you are passing most of the config as ENV variables.

10 months ago

The github repo as an extra dash -

git clone