XMPP Service Operators - 2023-11-30


  1. jonas’

    sjn down again, disk full again, I'm on it

  2. Licaon_Kter

    Wow

  3. jonas’

    it's a bit tricky because I don't have credentials with me to clean the database which is currently filling up the disk, but I'll work around that

  4. ☭Mike Yellow

    “sjn”? search.jabber.network? Does it store much data?

  5. jonas’

    no

  6. jonas’

    but it shares the machine with a bunch of other stuff

  7. jonas’

    for instance an influxdb which holds environmental monitoring data, and that's evergrowing

  8. jonas’

    it's back

  9. jonas’

    I really need to put the influx on its own partition :|.

  10. andrey.utkin

    Llamafile is cool: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=38464057 has anybody already set up an XMPP chatbot with Llama etc?

  11. moparisthebest

    andrey.utkin: of course https://github.com/divestedcg/llamabot

  12. dan.caseley

    https://github.com/igniterealtime/openfire-llama-plugin

  13. andrey.utkin

    thanks guys, wonderful. Any non-Java imlementations?

  14. moparisthebest

    andrey.utkin: with better backends then llama sure ;) https://github.com/moparisthebest/ash

  15. roughnecks

    >moparisthebest: andrey.utkin: with better backends then llama sure 😉 https://github.com/moparisthebest/ash Or grab a binary from the releases section. No releases tho

  16. andrey.utkin

    So ash has been trained on dad jokes exclusively as far as I see. That's totally superior to those silly giant capitalists 🙂 https://github.com/moparisthebest/ash/blob/master/src/main.rs#L334

  17. andrey.utkin

    does anybody *host* any publicly usable bots? i just mean beyond room-bound assistance / moderation bots. even if only for entertainment. perhaps this could be a bit of a material for the monthly xmpp newsletter - that there are some entertaining attractions even in our quiet deep forest.

  18. MattJ

    It never used to be a quiet deep forest, there used to be quite a few random public bots around that did various things

  19. MattJ

    I'm sure there are still some, and it would be good to gather them, you're right

  20. fireburner

    https://git.aero2k.de/?p=urlbot-v3.git;a=summary This Bot is used in a few German mucs

  21. Martin

    xmpp:wttr@mdosch.de This very basic bot shows you the current weather report from wttr.in.

  22. Wiktor

    > https://git.aero2k.de/?p=urlbot-v3.git;a=summary > This Bot is used in a few German mucs interesting commit messages 😉 ... https://git.aero2k.de/?p=urlbot-v3.git;a=blobdiff;f=distbot/plugins/feeds.py;h=ea25a79f2cb9fe83dfca962dd9ebe44ef0c5edc0;hp=e270e108b7895ebe9357f1128f1a0be833ccda40;hb=9a70ff5b22dd467e499c57552870eff9d4e5b618;hpb=a2447778e457e655804f51d14d22b35628742990 🤭️

  23. ibikk

    A modifierd jabrss, see http://www.jotwewe.de/de/xmpp/jabrss/jabrss_en.htm and xmpp:wetterbot@jotwewe.de (not announced or documented previously) which sends warnings issued by the german DWD.

  24. Martin

    ibikk: +l?

  25. Martin

    > xmpp:wttr@mdosch.de > This very basic bot shows you the current weather report from wttr.in. Source: https://salsa.debian.org/mdosch/gowttr

  26. ibikk

    Martin: what does +l? mean?

  27. Martin

    I was asking whether there is an `l` missing. I got an 404 so I assume it's .html and not .htm…

  28. Martin

    ibikk: ^

  29. ibikk

    Martin: no, .htm is correct. Works for me...

  30. Martin

    https://files.mdosch.de/upload/PerlEI90hmEOAQahzXST_oWi/r8s38g9_RIC87zX_SrNvfw.jpg

  31. MattJ

    http vs https

  32. Martin

    Ugh

  33. andrey.utkin

    Cool, thanks for the links everyone! i played with Riddim bot, now struggling with writing a plugin in Lua. I fail at making net.http.request work - maybe it's chunked encoding or the delays, all I see it sends the HTTP request and the chat counterparty gets service-unavailable stanza. I don't see a way in Lua to shell out to an external filter-like process which would be fed stdin and return stdout.

  34. sch

    roughnecks, Greetings!

  35. roughnecks

    hi there 🙂

  36. sch

    > Source: https://salsa.debian.org/mdosch/gowttr Martin, did you ever see the weather bots of Jabbim?

  37. Martin

    No

  38. psychhim

    ash tell me a dad joke

  39. psychhim

    Ok I thought ash was here

  40. sch

    This is from memory, so I might not be accurate. 1) Jabbim used to provide a weather PubSub service 2) It was discoverable via Service Discovery. 3) Using the PubSub command, you subscribe to it with the ID of the closest area to you. 4) Then a contact called `rss.jabbim.com` appeared in your roster. 5) The contact changed its avatar and status messsage in accordance with the weather status.

  41. sch

    Did anyone try this RSS bot? http://www.jotwewe.de/de/xmpp/jabrss/jabrss_en.htm

  42. sch

    > 4) Then a contact called `rss.jabbim.com` appeared in your roster. I meant `weather.jabbim.com` or `AREA_CODE.jabbim.com` or `AREA_CODE.weather.jabbim.com`

  43. andrey.utkin

    > The contact changed its avatar and status messsage in accordance with the weather status. super cool!

  44. *IM*

    andrey.utkin: > does anybody *host* any publicly usable bots? ... You may look & ask there: xmpp:bot-entwicklung@conference.magicbroccoli.de?join (DE/EN). There is a Google translate bot out there too (EN->RU / RU-EN) everybody can use.