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Everybody has to write at least one bot

What is an irc bot? Why would 'everybody' have to write one? How? Just how big a project is (or isn't) this? Come learn about networking and irc and help us get ready for an upcoming workshop on how to build your own irc bot.
Address to be announced, but will be a Tuesday from 7:00 - 9:00pm.

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  • Carrie J.

    It was great hanging out and coding together!

    May 6, 2014

  • Carrie J.

    Review of steps from tonight:
    1. install pip
    2. use pip to install twisted
    3. download to a place you can find
    4. create test.log in the same directory
    5. change nickname of bot
    6. add time delay
    7. do something to reduce the rate of the bot's responses
    8. run bot in our test channel

    Bots can be very useful but also spammy or malicious: use them with care.

    May 6, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm a tentative yes.

    2 · April 27, 2014

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