Botwiki Updates #12

Botwiki site updates, new bots, and events.

Posted 5 years ago in

Apologies to the folks who submitted their bots via botwiki.org/submit-your-bot recently: I received your submissions, and really appreciate them, but will need a bit more time to go through them.

With that being said, I would also like to take the opportunity and let everyone know that if you’d like to get involved with Botwiki, this newsletter, or any other related project, I’d love to hear from you!

As for some future plans, there are some interesting interviews coming soon, I should be releasing more badges — and a few other things that will be announced when ready 🙂

Bots, libraries and resources

 

Reading list

Events and other updates

Algorithmia will be announcing winners of their Shorties contest in just two days, the Bay Area Bot Arts meetup group is having a movie night on January 16Ben Brown is getting ready to host his messaging and chatbot developer meet up at the upcoming SXSW, and if you’re more interested in web APIs and online microservices, there is an event in San Francisco that has a session on chatbots.

Also, two new Slack bot meetup groups popped up, one in New York, and an official one in Slack’s San Francisco office.

Interested in learning more about designing UX for online bots? Get in touch with Austin!

And finally, BotWatch is now commissioning both short and long form essays on all things bots. To send pitches or for more information, send an email to botwatch.projects@gmail.com.

Thanks for reading, and have a great week!

Stefan

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

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