Botmaker Badges

Digital badges are a validated indicator of accomplishment, skill, quality or interest that can be earned in various learning environments.

-- Wikipedia

Using Mozilla's Open Badges and Badgr, we are issuing Botmaker Badges to people who create bots and resources for botmakers! See the list and conditions for applying below.

Once you get your badge, you can add it to your Mozilla Backpack and show it off like this!

Botmaker ΒΆ

Botmaker Badge

To apply, add your bot to Botwiki using our submit form, and in the description, mention that you're applying for this badge.

You can either include your email in the description, so we can send you your badge (the email will not, of course, be published), or you can send a separate email to [email protected] (or a DM on Twitter) with your email address and a link to your bot.

Bot Teacher ΒΆ

Bot Teacher Badge

To apply for this badge, send an email to [email protected] (or a DM on Twitter) with your email address and a link to at least one tutorial that teaches how to make a bot.

Please also provide a short description that includes information on the targeted audience (beginner, advanced) and language(s) and technologies used.

It is not necessary for the tutorial to be re-hosted on Botwiki, but if you'd like, this can be done :-)

Monthly Bot Challenge Winner ΒΆ

Monthly Bot Challenge Badge

This badge will be awarded to the winner of the Monthly Bot Challenge.

For details, see the Monthly Bot Challenge page, or browse the past winners.

More badges are coming soon!

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