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Bot Engine Responding Naturally At Requests Detection

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Version 0.2

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Building instant services (or chatbots) is a brand new craft. BERNARD is here to bring it up to speed for the professional world.

  • Take advantage of each platform’s specificities (Facebook, Telegram, …)

  • Connect your existing business API

  • Translate and decline your texts

  • Extensible to any platform, without merging to upstream

Get started!

This documentation will bring you methodology, concepts and patterns to build bots as well as hands-on experience with the code of a bot.

  • `Get Started <./doc/get-started/>`__ course and tutorial

  • `Table of contents <./doc/>`__ of all topics in documentation


There is a dual licencing scheme here:

  • By default, AGPL v3+

  • If your project is not compatible with the AGPL, please contact


Contribution is of course welcome, although there is a few rules to respect for the well-being of the project.


Please do not hesitate to communicate through GitHub issues before committing to a large contribution: the team of the project has plans and priorities, so if you end up going against those it will be hard to merge your code.

Coding Rules

Coding rules are very, very important. There is not too many yet:

  • PEP 8

  • Imports are normalized by the make imports command

  • No undocumented code gets merged

  • Code bringing test coverage down or breaking tests doesn’t get merged


Use py.test. Node for later: document this part a bit better.

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