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Twitter adds labeling for #GoodBots

Twitter is testing an opt-in labeling for Good Bots.

Poll: Sharing your bot’s source code

Sharing is caring, and many botmakers do care.

Poll: Do botmakers put their bots on their resume?

Can bots help you land a job?

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New Twitter list: bots that help you keep track of the day of the week

Featuring fan favorites @thursaconcept and @CraigWeekend.

Botwiki Submission Guidelines

Making the bot submission process more transparent.

New bots

Edent’s Solar Panels

Tracking how much energy Edent's solar panels generate.




A bot that satirizes antivaxxers’ unlikely stories about supposed vaccine side effects.

Meow Bot


Doomscrolling Reminder Bot

Drink water, sit up straight, and stop doomscrolling.

Trump Alert

Figuring out what is going on inside the White House.

New resources

Many bot accounts using 1 Twitter Developer account

Learn how to use a single Twitter developer account for all your bots.

Got Bots?

Series of tutorials using Microsoft tools.

A Brief History of Markov Chains

Notes on the early history of Markov chain text generation.

Twitter bots and accessibility

Make sure everyone can enjoy your bots.

Designing Little Bots With Big Character

Lessons from the best bots on Twitter.

Build and Deploy Twitter Bots with Python, Tweepy and PythonAnywhere

A beginner-friendly guide to making Twitter bots with Python.

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