There’s a lot that goes into maintaining Botwiki, Botmakers, and all the related projects:
- updating Botwiki with new bots, tutorials, and other resources
- creating starter projects on Glitch
- managing the Botmakers community
- sharing news, updates, and occasional interviews with the community through the Bot! zine newsletter and the @botwikidotorg Twitter page
- organizing community events
- and overall just keeping all the sites running
If you find the content on Botwiki useful, please consider donating to these groups fighting for racial justice in the United States.
Still have money left? Here are some direct ways to support us:
- monthly donations through Patreon
- or GitHub sponsors
- one time donation through PayPal (this is Stefan‘s personal link, please include a note)
- or sign up for DigitalOcean using our referral link
If you like our work, but are not in position to provide financial support, we also appreciate giving us a shoutout on Twitter, or sending us a little note of encouragement.
We also love getting feedback!
And you are more than welcome to join Botmakers, regardless of your programming experience! The one thing we all have in common is that we just really like bots 😊
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Twitter shutting down free access to their API on February 9
I keep saying it's an end of an era quite often these days.
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