Discord is a fantastic tool to speak with your community (gamers at first, but now more open to other types). You can use web hooks and bots to interact with a server.
Today, we’ll see how to do this on a Raspberry Pi with Python.

How to make a Discord bot on Raspberry Pi?
A bot is seen almost as a normal user on Discord, and it’s possible to use existing ones or create a new one.
On Raspberry Pi, the Discord.py library allows building one in Python, and it’s not complicated.

Check the link below for more details

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Official website: https://discord.com/
Developer Console: https://discord.com/developers/applications
Invite a bot on your server: https://discord.com/api/oauth2/authorize?client_id=CLIENTID&scope=bot&permissions=1

Rapptz Github Repository: https://github.com/Rapptz/discord.py

The introduction is a short extract from a great video on the “KUKA – Robots & Automation” channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIIJME8-au8
Awesome project by the way!

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