We use Mozilla’s Open Badges (openbadges.org) to issues our badges. As a creative bot maker, you can apply for the following badges when contributing to Botwiki.
We’ve awarded 225 badges! 🎉
To apply, add your bot to Botwiki using our submit form, and at the end click the option Apply for Botmaker Badge. The email will not, of course, be published or used for anything other than to send you your badge.
If your bot is already on Botwiki, you can send us an email (or a DM on Twitter) with your email address and a link to your bot.
From our blog: 100 Botmaker Badges awarded
To apply for this badge, send us an email (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
In the past we’ve also awarded badges to the winners of our Monthly Bot Challenge.
Monthly Bot Challenge Winner¶
This badge is awarded to the winner of the Monthly Bot Challenge.
For details, see the Monthly Bot Challenge page, or browse the past winners.
I shall wear it with pride. Thanks @botwikidotorg! pic.twitter.com/vxn14XkoZF— Thomas Weinandy (@TomWeinandy) August 30, 2019
Sehr stolz bin ich natürlich auf den offiziellen Badge “Friendly Botmaker”, den mir @botwikidotorg für den @randomlivetext verliehen hat. #Hate gibt es im Netz genug, also lasst uns freundlich sein. 💞 https://t.co/ke6vS6ENiS pic.twitter.com/RVWBXdXoiH— Andrea @ Real Scientists DE (@realsci_DE) May 23, 2019
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