Botwiki just turned three years old! 🎉🎂🤖
While some of the Botwiki-related side projects had to be set aside over the past year or two, the site itself is still very much alive and on its original mission to preserve the creative examples of online bots.
And the recent switch to WordPress makes the goal much easier to achieve and helped Botwiki continue to grow:
- There are now over 800 bots on the site.
- Our starter projects have been remixed hundreds of times.
- Over 30 creative botmakers applied for Botmaker Badges.
But numbers aside, the best way to show the success of Botwiki is how much people enjoy browsing it and contributing to it.
— Kirsten O’Brien (@Kirsten0Brien) March 28, 2018
— thefyrewire (@MikeyHay) July 3, 2018
Have you made a twitter bot? Did you know there was a botwiki? You can add yours! https://t.co/lZgjLLhyGL
— Joni Seidenstein (@artcollisions) June 29, 2018
— Finnian Anderson (@developius) December 23, 2017
i just found this and have never felt more validated https://t.co/L7wgSbIaYj
— theo hamilton @ 🏳️🌈 (@linky0064) June 2, 2018
Thanks to everyone who’s been part of this journey, here’s to many more anniversaries to celebrate!
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