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View Bitbot Registration Reminder Proposal.md

Feature: Remind Users to Register if they have not already

Description

The primary channel in secops is now +R. New users may not be immediately aware that they need to register in order to join the channel. Bitbot should have a module that checks a user's registration status and prompts them to register in order to join #main (or any official channels)

Logic

This trigger should send under the following circumstances:

View id_rsa.pub
ssh-rsa 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 thesnarkmachine
View aws_ec2_to_json.go
package main
import (
"encoding/csv"
"encoding/json"
"io/ioutil"
"os"
)
type Instance struct {
View fraq.pub
ssh-rsa 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 fraq
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bbriggs / pubkey
Last active Aug 11, 2019
Public key for bbriggs
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ssh-rsa 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 thesnarkmachine
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bbriggs / centos_install_ruby_1.9.3_and_puppet_3.8
Last active Mar 24, 2016 — forked from slouma2000/install_ruby_1.9.3
Install Ruby 1.9.3 on CentOS, RedHat using RVM
View centos_install_ruby_1.9.3_and_puppet_3.8
#Install RVM and Ruby 1.9.3
yum update -y
yum groupinstall -y "Development Tools"
yum install -y gcc-c++ patch readline readline-devel zlib zlib-devel
yum install -y libyaml-devel libffi-devel openssl-devel make
yum install -y bzip2 autoconf automake libtool bison iconv-devel
gpg2 --keyserver hkp://keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys 409B6B1796C275462A1703113804BB82D39DC0E3
curl -L get.rvm.io | bash -s stable
source /etc/profile.d/rvm.sh
rvm install 1.9.3
View oppia-vagrant.md

These instructions outline how to install Oppia on a Windows machine.

  1. Setting up Vagrant:
  • Download and install VirtualBox 5.0.14. You do not need to create a VM, that will be handled later.
  • Download and install Vagrant. After installation, Vagrant will prompt for a restart. Restart your machine.
  • Download and install Git.
  1. Download and run Oppia
  • Open Git Bash and navigate to a directory somewhere on your machine (such as Desktop/projects) where you would like the Oppia code to live, and then clone the repository down with git clone https://github.com/oppia/oppia.git.
  • Cloning the repo with git clone will create a directory called oppia. While still using Git Bash, cd ./oppia to navigate into it.
  • Once in the directory, run vagrant up in Git Bash. This will create a VM for you, install the necessary prerequisites, and start the Oppia server automatically.
View config.lua
linkedin = personal_messages:contain_from("*@linkedin.com")
linkedin:move_messages(gmail['LinkedIn'])
unfiltered = gmail.Inbox:select_all()
print(os.date().. " - Stuffing everying else into -unfiltered")
gmail.Inbox:move_messages(gmail['Inbox/-unfiltered'],unfiltered)
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