HubCommander vs Hubot: What are the differences?
Developers describe HubCommander as "A Slack bot for GitHub organization management". HubCommander provides a chat-ops means for managing GitHub organizations. It creates a simple way to perform privileged GitHub organization management tasks without granting administrative or owner privileges to your GitHub organization members. On the other hand, Hubot is detailed as "A customizable life embetterment robot". Hubot is a chat bot, modeled after GitHub's Campfire bot, hubot. He's pretty cool. He's extendable with old community scripts, or new community org and your own custom scripts, and can work on many different chat services.
HubCommander and Hubot can be categorized as "ChatOps" tools.
HubCommander and Hubot are both open source tools. Hubot with 15.1K GitHub stars and 3.51K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than HubCommander with 1.06K GitHub stars and 139 GitHub forks.
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We have our own special Hubot instance named kbot, that does everything from reminding us what to do, showing cat and corgi images, and notifying us of system errors.
Hubot does all our deploys, talking to capistrano. Also, it mustaches innocent bystanders occasionally.