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Bot uses '#' for commands

The bot now uses # for commands (so that they double as
hashtags), so update documentation to match.
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Thierry Carrez 3 years ago
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@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@ OpenStack PTG Bot
=================

ptgbot is the bot that PTG room moderators use to surface what's
currently happening at the event. Commands follow the following format:
currently happening at the event. Commands follow the following format::

@ROOMNAME [now|next] TIME TOPIC
#ROOMNAME [now|next] TOPIC

From that information the bot builds a static webpage with discussion
topics currently discussed ("now") and an indicative set of discussion
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ Example::
Testing
=======

Copy config.ini.sample to config.ini:
Copy config.ini.sample to config.ini::

cp config.ini.sample config.ini

@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ In one terminal, run the bot::

Join that channel and give a command to the bot::

@swift now discussing ring placement
#swift now discussing ring placement

(note, the bot currently only takes commands from Freenode identified users)



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