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This is a fork of github:Lynnesbian/mstdn-ebooks.
This is for my own use and therefore might remove features you want. Use lynne's version if you want some of the things that I mention I removed below.
config.jsonin the repository to avoid committing authentication keys.
If you like the reply functionality, don't use this version. I didn't want to use it so I removed it. This is primarily for my own purposes, but feel free to make any PR's.
(Previously, this spot held the installation guide provided for the original repo. It is no longer accurate, so I'll have to rewrite it at some point maybe.)
Configuring mstdn-ebooks is accomplished by editing
||The instance your bot will log in to and post from.|
||The content warning (aka subject) mstdn-ebooks will apply to non-error posts.|
||If your bot is following someone from a blacklisted instance, it will skip over them and not download their posts. This is useful for ensuring that mstdn-ebooks doesn't download posts from dead instances, without you having to unfollow the user(s) from them.|
||If true, mstdn-ebooks will learn from CW'd posts.|
||0: Never use mentions. 1: Only generate fake mentions in the middle of posts, never at the start. 2: Use mentions as normal (old behavior).|
||The maximum number of bot posts in a thread before it stops replying. A thread can be 10 or 10000 posts long, but the bot will stop after it has posted
||If true, mstdn-ebooks will remove punctuation that commonly appears in pairs, like " and (). This avoids the issue of posts that open a bracket without closing it.|
||Determines the visibility of generated posts. Options are “public”, “unlisted” or “private”|
||Length in characters of generated toots.|
||A list of wildcards compatible with the SQLite LIKE operator which will be used for filtering toots to learn from. Any toot that matches any of these wildcards will not be learned from.|