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Botwiki blogΒΆ

100 Botmaker Badges awarded

Awarding our 100th Botmaker Badge!

Posted a month ago by Stefan

Four years of Botwiki

Happy birthday, Botwiki!

Posted a month ago by Stefan

Botwiki milestone: 1,000 bots!

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Posted 11 months ago by Stefan

Introducing: Botwiki Site API

A web API for the Botwiki data.

Posted 12 months ago by Stefan

Three years of Botmakers

It's been three years since Botmakers, the first public Slack group for creative botmakers, opened up πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸ™Œ

Posted 12 months ago by Stefan

Catching up with the creator of botsin.space

Colin Mitchell is the creator of botsin.space, a Mastodon instance created specifically for online bots and their creators.

Posted 12 months ago by Stefan

New botsΒΆ

Predictive Art Bot

Turning the latest media headlines into artistic concepts.

@RandomDistance

Distances between two random places.

@WhatIsUpstateNY

The REAL Upstate New York.

@thefeastof

Saint Bot, patron saint of online bots.

r/TIFU TL;DR

Summaries from the r/TFIU subreddit.

@HolyIdiomBatman

Holy bot, Batman!

New resourcesΒΆ

Ephemerald

An editor for Tracery grammars.

Generative Machines with Matt DesLauriers

Matt DesLauriers, an artist and freelance creative coder, talks about his passion for generative art.

Color Theory and Procedural Generation

The fastest, easiest way to turn your programmer art into something people will actually want to look at is to get a handle on color.

Bracery

A collaborative site for making bots with a Tracery-like language with pre-loaded phrase lists.

Slack Block Kit Builder

Build quick prototypes with Block Kit

Perlin Noise, Procedural Content Generation, and Interesting Space

Exploring procedural generation and display of fantasy maps.