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Botwiki blog ¶

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

Featuring fan favorites @thursaconcept and @CraigWeekend.

Posted 19 days ago by Stefan

Botwiki Submission Guidelines

Making the bot submission process more transparent.

Posted a month ago by Stefan

Poll: Technical background of creative botmakers

Making online bots: not a rocket science!

Posted 3 months ago by Stefan

Trump bots: Where are they now?

No, not that kind of bots.

Posted 3 months ago by Stefan

Poll: Bot survival rate

It's 2021. Where are your bots now?

Posted 3 months ago by Stefan

Poll: Do you follow the bots you make?

Do botmakers follow their bots?

Posted 5 months ago by Stefan

New bots ¶


A bot that generates Bézier curves.


Automated tweets for Wikidata milestones.


Every artwork becomes infinitely better with a stylish mustache.

US-Mexico Border

Satellite images of the US-Mexico border, by @on3ness

Random Restaurant

Looking up restaurants!


A bot that announces tweets in need of ALT text.

New resources ¶


A starter project for making Tracery-powered Discord bots, with a short "getting started" tutorial and simple set up

Exploring generative spaces

A quickstart to generative art.

Getting started with creative coding: 10-minute tutorials

Getting started with creative coding in just a few minutes.

Loops & Early Cinema: a Brief History

From early film history to computational art

Bot Auther

A lightweight Twitter Authenticator server for quickly obtaining API keys, particularly useful for orchestrating multiple bots from a core developer account.

Curating your robot

A guide on the pitfalls and questions about botmaking.