Jae Lo Presti
Bump waitress from 2.1.1 to 2.1.2
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gh-bot is maybe the worst (but simplest) Matrix webhook bot for Github.
You will need a secret key, generate one like this:
ruby -rsecurerandom -e 'puts SecureRandom.hex(20)'
A user token and a Matrix homeserver URL.
Here is an example docker-compose:
version: '2.1' services: image: ghcr.io/jaedotmoe/gh-bot:latest environment: - SEC_TOKEN=72f38e4c61b28f1c9a17868750f48330e47abd12dummy - MATRIX_TOKEN=syt_028ifji4jf82jf20983j03ijdummy - MATRIX_HOMESERVER=matrix.example.com ports: - 5000:5000
You can also add
- LOG_ALL_EVENTS=true to the environment variables to log every event sent to webhooks to all rooms via a
Now, you can invite the bot and it will auto-join room it is invited in every 15 seconds.
Go to your Github repository setting, Webhooks and Add Webhook.
There, set these values:
- Payload URL: Your exposed URL, for instance
- Content type:
- Secret: your generated secret, for instance
- Which events would you like to trigger this webhook: Send me everything.
And then hit Add Webhook.
You are now good to go!
Go to your repo settings, Webhooks and fill with this data:
- URL: your exposed URL, for instance:
- Secret token: your generated secret, for instance
- Trigger: select events you want to receive
And then click on 'Add Webhook' and there you go!
Go to your repo settings, Webhooks, Add Webhook, Gitea:
- Target URL: your endpoint
- POST Content Type:
- Secret: your secret, for instance
- Trigger on: all events
Then click 'Add Webhook'.
If you need any help, join the Matrix room.