Python twitter bot

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1. gets tel aviv weather from openweathermap

2. gets tel aviv image from unsplash.com

3. uses tweepy to tweet weather + image

4. runs once a day in heroku

     

#friendly weather twitter bot
#gets region weather and image , then tweets it

import tweepy, requests, json, time
import keys #file with twitter (an other apps) login keys

place = "tel aviv"

while True:
	
	#get weather from openweathermap
	r = requests.get(url="http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?units=metric&q=" + 
		place + "&units=metric&appid="+keys.openweathermap_app_id)

	weather = round(r.json()['main']['temp'])


	#convert weather to icon
	icon = ''
	if  (weather <= 14):
		icon = '❄'
	elif  (weather <= 21):
		icon = '☁'
	elif  (weather <= 28):
		icon = '🏕'
	else:
		icon = '🏖'


	#get image according to weather
	r = requests.get(url="https://api.unsplash.com/photos/random?query=" + 
		place + "&client_id="+keys.unsplash_client_id).json()

	imageUrl  = r['urls']['regular']
	artist    = r['user']['portfolio_url']


	#convert to filename
	filename = '1.jpg'
	img_data = requests.get(imageUrl).content
	with open(filename, 'wb') as handler:
	    handler.write(img_data)


	#login to twitter
	auth = tweepy.OAuthHandler(keys.twitter_api_key, keys.twitter_api_secret_key)
	auth.set_access_token(keys.twitter_access_token, keys.twitter_access_token_secret)
	api = tweepy.API(auth)


	#create tweet
	res = api.media_upload(filename)
	api.update_status(status=
	"good day from "+place+" \n" 
	"weather is: "+ str(weather)+"c " + icon + "\n\n"+

	"my code: adamsgames.com/twitter\n"+
	"weather from: openweathermap.org\n"+
	place + " image: " + artist + ", unsplash.com",

	media_ids=[res.media_id])


	time.sleep(60 * 60 * 24) #once a day