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hal8000 is a chat bot built on the Hubot framework. It's currently running in some channels on Freenode.

Running hal8000 locally

npm start

Incoming webhooks in development

With ngrok installed (and the ngrok binary in your PATH), you can open an HTTP tunnel with:

npm run ngrok


run.sh (which is used for npm start) has some default values for the required ENV vars. Change it according to your needs, or use custom ENV vars with the commands.


hal8000 is deployed by running Chef Zero against barnard.kosmos.org with the cookbooks from our Gitea repo.

House Rules

Contributor Code of Conduct (TL;DR: Be excellent to each other.)