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# mastoposter - easy-to-use mastodon-to-[everything] reposter!
# mastoposter - easy-to-use mastodon-to-[everything] reposter
Mastoposter is a simple zero-headache* service that forwards your toots from any
Mastodon-compatible Fediverse software (Pleroma also works!) to any of your
Mastodon-compatible Fediverse software (Pleroma also works\*\*!) to any of your
other services! For now it supports only Discord webhooks and Telegram, but it
can be easily extended to support pretty much anything!
## Installation
### Via pip
Since recently we have package published to pip (thanks to
[@cybertailor@deadinsi.de](https://deadinsi.de/@cybertailor) for adding
pyproject file), so now you can just do the following:
pip install mastoposter
Note that you would still have to clone repository to build a Docker image.
### Old way
You can run it either on your host machine, or inside a Docker container.
In any case, you have to clone that repo first in order to do anything:
git clone https://github.com/hatkidchan/mastoposter && cd mastoposter
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After that, you can either run it in Docker, set up a standalone systemd
service, or just run it as it is!
### Docker:
### Docker
docker build -t mastoposter .
docker run --restart=always -dv /path/to/config.ini:/config.ini:ro --name mastoposter mastoposter
docker run -d \
--restart=unless-stopped \
-v /path/to/config.ini:/config.ini:ro \
--name mastoposter mastoposter
And you should be good to go
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Before running it though, don't forget to install dependencies from the
Before running it though, don't forget to install dependencies from the
./requirements.txt, but it's a good idea to use a virtual environment for that.
Though, that's outside of the scope of that, so I won't cover it here.
### Running manually
Just be in the folder with it, have dependencies installed and run:
python3 -m mastoposter config.ini
## Configuration
Configuration file is just a regular INI file with a couple sections.
Configuration wizard is still in progress, but we have a couple examples for
common use-cases. If you have troubles configuring it yourself, you could
either use discussions feature, or ask me on Fedi directly (links on profile).
### [main]
Section `main` contains settings of your account (ie, your instance, list ID,
user ID, access token), as well as list of modules to load.
#### instance
This is your instance. It should be written without the `https://` part, so,
for example, `mastodon.social`.
#### token
This is your access token.
On Mastodon, you can acquire it by creating an application with the minimum of
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there should be `Authorization: Bearer XXXXXXXXXXX` header. That's your token.
#### user
It's still not properly tested, but you could just leave it as `auto` for now.
In case it fails, on Mastodon you can get your user ID by looking at your
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that "auto" will work, lol.
#### list
That's the main problem of this crossposter: it requires a list to be created
to function properly. Both Pleroma and Mastodon support them, so it shouldn't be
a big deal. Just create a list, add yourself into it and copy its ID (it should
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timeline 'cause some events are not guaranteed to be there (boosts at least).
#### auto-reconnect
You can set it to either `yes` or `no`. When set to `yes`, it will reconnect
on any websocket error, but not on any error related to modules (even if it's a
connection error!!!)
#### modules
More about them later
#### loglevel
Self-explanatory, logging level. Can be either `DEBUG`, `INFO`, `WARNING` or
`ERROR`. Defaults to `INFO`
### Modules
There's two types of modules supported at this point: `telegram` and `discord`.
Both of them are self-explanatory, but we'll go over them real quick.
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modules and separate them using spaces.
#### `type = telegram`
Module with that type will work in Telegram mode.
It requires your Bot token to be set in the `token` field, as well as `chat`
to be set with your chat ID. You can use `@username` if the chat is public.
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`name_emojiless` which contains the name without emojis. Or `name` which
contains either `display_name` or `username`, if first one is empty.
#### `type = discord`
Module for Discord webhooks. The only required parameter (besides the `type`) is
`webhook`. It **should** have `wait=true` set. You can also use `thread_id` as a
GET parameter to that. You also can use filters, nothing special about that.
### Filters
Filters are the most powerful feature of this crossposter. They allow you to...
Filter out where posts should and shouldn't go! It's that easy!
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its behavior.
#### `type = boost`
Simple filter that passes through posts that are boosted from someone.
It also has an optional `list` property where you can specify the list of
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#### `type = mention`
This filter is kinda similar to the `boost` one, but works with mentions.
Also has `list` property, yada yada you got the idea, same deal with fnmatch.
#### `type = spoiler`
Matches posts with spoilers/content-warnings.
Has an optional `regexp` parameter that will allow you to specify regular
expression to match your spoiler text.
#### `type = content`
Filter to match post content against either a regular expression, or a list of
tags. Matching is done on the plaintext version of the post.
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#### `type = visibility`
Simple filter that just checks for post visibility.
Has a single property `options` that is a space-separated list of allowed
visibility levels. Note that `direct` visibility is always ignored so cannot
be used here.
#### `type = media`
Filter that allows only some media types to be posted.
`valid_media` is a space-separated list of media types from Mastodon API
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allows statuses with either no media, or listed types only.
#### `type = combined`
The most powerful filter 'cause it allows you to combine multiple filters using
different operations.
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## Sample configurations
### For Telegram:
### For Telegram
modules = tg
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chat = 12345
### For Telegram with a separate shitpost channel:
### For Telegram with a separate shitpost channel
modules = tg tg-shitpost
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type = telegram
token = 12345:blahblahblah
token = ${module/tg:token}
chat = @shitposting
filters = shitpost
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mode = tag
tags = shitpost
## Asterisks
1. Well, most of the time that is.
2. Works only when it has lists support.