The Commons-twitter-bot project is a [bot](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_bot) software which controls a Twitter account via the Twitter API.
If a user tweets an [emoji](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emoji) to the bot, the bot should reply to the tweet with an image from [Wikimedia Commons](https://commons.wikimedia.org/) that represents the same emotion as the emoji.
The [Git source code repository](https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/g/labs/tools/Commons-twitter-bot/+/refs/heads/master) is under `labs/tools/Commons-twitter-bot`.
The Commons-twitter-bot project has a file called `images.json`. In this file, all the images used by the bot are mapped to emoji. Some emojis have no images mapped to them yet and some have wrong images mapped to them. Mapping images from [Wikimedia Commons](https://commons.wikimedia.org/) that represent the emoji emotion will improve the bot's responses upon tweets to the bot.
Note to GCI participants:
* The selected image must have author and license information available on [[ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page | Wikimedia Commons ]].
* To be considered a completed task you must make a patch that maps at least 5 images to an emoji.