Behind @botwikidotorg’s profile image

How the @botwikidotorg profile image is made.

Posted 2 years ago in

The @botwikidotorg account is in part managed by the Botwiki editorial team, and in part automated: tweets containing specific keywords are pulled into the Botmakers Slack and then can be manually curated for retweets and a prompt for bot submission.

Another part of the account that’s automated is the profile image.

The image changes every thirty minutes and is created by randomly picking a recent tweet from one of these generative art bots and overlaying the Botwiki logo that’s made to look like a window inviting you to explore.

This is another way to showcase the variety of creative bots that you can browse on the site.

Stefan

Creator of Botwiki and Botmakers, Botwiki editor, and Botmakers community manager.

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