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Rules Bot Certified Bots

discord.py

Create Rules

env_RulesBot

Create server rules new users need to confirm first in order to access the server
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The Rules Bot helps you managing new members by providing an automated verification system using Discord's message reactions.

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You need

OS X & Linux:

You need:

• https://github.com/Rapptz/discord.py/archive/rewrite.zip
• aiohttp
• peewee
• python3.6

Usage example

With RulesBot you can create a rule message to ensure that all your users accept your rules to use your server. Furthermore, this bot can add several reactions to your message, which automatically assigns a certain role to the users.

You can also visit our website

Development setup

Step 1: Make sure, you have the requirment packages installed

Step 2: Clone this repository with git clone https://github.com/BaseChip/RulesBot

Step 3: Insert your Token into KEYS.py

Step 4: run the bot with python3.6 main.py

Release History

version
  • v2.1

    • NEW: extra Bot file for an bot who can test if the bot is online
    • NEW: mention in the log messages
    • CHANGE: some bugfixes
    • CHANGE: time out time now 120 sec.
    • CHANGE: better join message
  • v2

    • NEW: emojis under a message to get a role
    • NEW: recovery command (-restore)
    • NEW: this README
    • CHANGE: Complete Rewrite
    • CHANGE: Now channel mention instead of the channel id
    • CHANGE: better ping message
    • CHANGE: more error checks during the setup
    • CHANGE: eval command for the bot owner(s)
    • CHANGE: new texts
    • BUG FIX: if you have too many roles the setup will now also work
    • BUG FIX: thee bot test now his permissions during the setup
    • BUG FIX: when reaction is removed -> role will be removed
    • REMOVE: Time part in the setup

Meta

Bot by: BaseChip#2390 // romangraef89#0998 // Skidder#0001

Support server: https://discord.gg/HD7x2vx

Contributing

  1. Fork it (https://github.com/basechip/RulesBot/fork)
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b feature/fooBar)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some fooBar')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin feature/fooBar)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Self-hosting Agreement

  • You may not use the Rules Bot logo or name within derivative bots.
  • You may not host a public version of Rules Bot.
  • You may not charge for the usage of your instance of Rules Bot.
  • You may not provide support for Rules Bot.

Sponsoring

Partner
https://dyn-box.de
Donator

  • solana Dracunculas#0297