Nope, and I must admit I haven't heard of Snips before. It's easy to write new bees, though 😉
@fribbledom It's an AI assistant thing. Would be interesting to be able to activate stuff with that.
@fribbledom I'm all over that. Thanks for the heads up. IFTTT always irked me for various reasons (randomly stopped working, bad customer support), but the concept is genius.
@fribbledom Ha, I was literally just going to go searching for exactly that description, but hadn't gotten around to it yet. I'll have to check it out!
took me awhile to find this, so posting here: https://github.com/muesli/beehive/tree/f6ac3ac98e38727fdf0255f85ee26ab4298c3c7a/bees/mastodonbee
@fribbledom Is my understanding correct that the only data Beehive persists is contained within the beehive.conf file? So this is all I would need to backup?
(Or can individual Hives store additional data or state information, e.g. which RSS entries they have already processed etc.?)
Correct, there's only beehive.conf currently. That also means Hives can't store any state - just yet!
That feature is obviously on the roadmap, though!
Afraid beehive still requires username/password based authentication with the API, which the Pleroma compat-layer doesn't support.
It's on my ever-so-lengthy (😒) todo list, but I can't make any promises when I'll get to it.
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