The fusionpbx-bot is run by AviMarcus via a london VPS.
As of 2011-02-03 it is still in setup/programming/etc.
When SVN updates occur, the bot will provide an update to the IRC channel of the change. You can also find out the current revision using the ~latest command (see below).
Bot command list
The working/planned commands include:
- "s/find/replace/" to fix your own words
- inline: write a line with ,,command to run the command
- inline with args: write ,,(fswiki HA John) to give highlight john with direct link to the freeswitch like for searching for HA
All other commands must be prefixed with either an ! or a ~ [optional] means optional. All can also be used embedded, as explained above.
General information commands
- ~bot - Read about the bot here: http://wiki.fusionpbx.com/index.php?title=Fusionpbx-bot
- ~ask [$name] - @1 Please ask your question and someone will notice and see if they can help you. Please don't ask if you can ask, or ask if there's an expert in a particular thing, just ask your question.
- ~wiki [$name] @1 find the wiki at http://wiki.fusionpbx.com
- ~fswiki [$search_term [$name]] @2 Please check the FreeSWITCH wiki at http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Special:Search?search=@1&go=Go if the term has a space, put it in quotes.
- ~pb [$name] @1 Please don't paste multiple lines here. Instead, please use http://fusionpbx.pastebin.com
- ~whatis wikilog find the recent wiki changes at: http://wiki.fusionpbx.com/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges
- ~whatis feature codes http://wiki.fusionpbx.com/index.php?title=Feature_Codes
- ~whatis iso http://wiki.fusionpbx.com/index.php?title=Easy_Ubuntu_10.04#ISO
- ~whatis freebsd FreeBSD installation instructions can be found here: http://wiki.fusionpbx.com/index.php?title=FreeBSD_Install
- ~whatis fs vs * Read this informative story about why FreeSWITCH was created: http://www.freeswitch.org/node/117
- ~whatis ubuntuperm ubuntuperm could be Please see http://wiki.fusionpbx.com/index.php?title=Easy_Ubuntu_10.04_Old_Script_Versions#Error.
- ~google calc [$expression] looks up expression returned by google calc
- ~g or ~lookup [$search-term] http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=[$search-term]
- ~thanks if you want to thank fusionpbx-bot for its help then this is the command to use
- ~log7 It's ALL in the /log 7!!!!
- ~trace More information is good. Please show us a log from the fs_cli on /log 7 that replicates the error. You can paste it on: http://fusionpbx.pastebin.com
- ~upstream This sounds like a generic FreeSWITCH question, and you may be better/faster answered upstream at #freeswitch
- ~time-mcrane Local time is YYY
- ~time-in [$timezone] Local time in $timezone is YYY
- ~time-help To see the time for a given time zone, type ~time-in followed by the Country/Area as per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tz_database_time_zones - Note that the timezone is case sensitive
- ~later tell <nick> <text> - Tells the <nick> whatever <text> is the next time the bot sees them online.
- ~notes - to see waiting notes.
FusionPBX revision commands
- ~issues - To see the latest Google code issue update
- ~latest - Latest SVN update is Revision ...
- ~svn-r $revision [$name] @2 http://code.google.com/p/fusionpbx/source/detail?r=$1
- ~svn_r $revision [$name] @2 http://code.google.com/p/fusionpbx/source/detail?r=$1
- ~svn [$name] @1 Find the SVN and checkout details here: http://code.google.com/p/fusionpbx/source/checkout
If you would rather not clutter the channel, you can private message the bot. You do not need to prefix commands with a "~".