bugbot is a Supybot maintained by me that mainly utilizes the Bugzilla, Bugtracker and MeetBot plugins to help provide useful and quick access to bug information and generate meeting minutes/logs. He currently resides in a few openSUSE and KDE channels. A few specifics:

Feel free to play with him in ##apokryphos. If you want him to join your channel and snarf/report bugs, then let me know

Basic Usage

To get information on a particular bug, simply:

<you> bug 100
<bugbot> KDE bug 100 in unknown (general) "When reading a directory, KFM hangs if" [Wishlist,Closed: fixed] http://bugs.kde.org/100

<you>bug #48856, 23445, 67776
<bugbot> KDE bug 48856 in kde (general) "Cannot compile with Sun Workshop 6.1 on Solaris" [Wishlist,Resolved: wontfix] http://bugs.kde.org/48856
<bugbot> KDE bug 23445 in konqueror (general) "[rfe] bookmark URL edit" [Wishlist,Closed: fixed] http://bugs.kde.org/23445
<bugbot> KDE bug 67776 in kopete (general) "status-icon never changes from away to available" [Wishlist,Resolved: worksforme] http://bugs.kde.org/67776

<you> apache bug 443
<bugbot> apache bug 443 in Tomcat 3 (Config) "incomplete classpath when running from BugRat Report#761" [Normal,Resolved: worksforme] https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/443

Alternatively, just paste in the bug URL. In openSUSE channels you can also do a quick bug search, using this syntax:

%query foo

...and bugbot will return the first three bugs it finds that match the search string.

Supported Bugtrackers

Below is a list of the supported bugtrackers:

apache, cups, debian, django, freedesktop, freedesktop2, gentoo, gnewsense, gnome, gnome2, kde, malone (ubuntu, etc), mandriva, mozilla, novell (openSUSE, etc), openoffice, redhat, sourceforge, supybot, trac, w3c, xfce, and ximian

To get an up-to-date list of the currently supported bugtrackers, simply:

%bugtracker list

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.