As I newbie, I’ve been following Rasa Playground
I went through the steps on the tabs there (i.e. NLU Data, Responses, Stories, Forms, Rules). For each of those tabs, I read everything and did not edit anything. It’s clearly a newsletter subscription bot. Fantastic!
Next I went down to where it says…
You have built your assistant! What’s next?#
You can download this project and continue building to create a more advanced assistant.
I clicked the “download project” button. A .zip representing my project got downloaded. Hooray!
I unzipped the project.zip in a directory, let’s call it hello_world1
I cd’d into hello_world1
Next, I called “rasa init” and hit the defaults for everything (e.g. probably I hit “Y” several times in succession).
Next thing I know I am talking to a bot. Terrific! However, the bot is clearly not the one that was designed in the tabs I mentioned above. It was more of a mood bot, described elsewhere. What happened to the newsletter subscribe bot?!?!
Further, I note that calling rasa init causes it to change what had been downloaded. Specifically, the config, nlu, stories, rules, domain yml files have all been replaced by something the “rasa init”
So, my question boils down to this: How can I simply initialize, start up, fire up or run rasa so that it does not blow away what I have written? I just want to start up rasa and have it load the files I have right there in front of it and not download the mood bot!
My guess is that there is some argument that I can pass to rasa init that causes it to read the files I’ve already put there, rather then blowing away what is already there and replacing all the .yml files with the moodbot.
Or maybe there is some other command than rasa init that I should be calling?
I must be missing something obvious but I have searched far and wide and found no guidance.