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A Github Bot to Get More Followers

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πŸ€– Github Follow Bot to Get More Followers.

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Github Follow Bot to Get More Followers in Python

To Use the bot, follow the following steps

  1. Create a Python virtual environment
$ python3 -m venv venv
$ source venv/bin/activate
  1. Install ghbot package with pip
$ pip install ghbot
  1. Create access token https://github.com/settings/tokens/new with required user permissions (read:user, user:email, user:follow)
  2. Run the bot with the access token and the number of followers.
$ python -m ghbot.cli follow $access-token-here --c 3000 -v
  1. Then wait or run as a background process.
  2. To unfollow users that didn't follow you.
$ python -m ghbot.cli clean $access-token-here -v



To Use the bot, follow the following steps

  • Create a Python virtual environment.
$ python3 -m venv venv
$ source venv/bin/activate
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  • Install ghbot package with pip
$ pip install ghbot
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  • Create access token https://github.com/settings/tokens/new with required user permissions (read:user, user:email,user:follow)

  • Run the bot with the access token and the number of followers. You might hit the rate limit at some point and bot will pause for a while.

$ python -m ghbot.cli follow $access-token-here --c 3000 -v
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  • Then wait or run as a background process.

  • To unfollow users that didn't follow you.

$ python -m ghbot.cli clean $access-token-here -v
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