Monthly Bot Challenge

This event has been put on hold. Check out past challenges and winners!
Botwiki is a site for showcasing friendly, useful, artistic online bots, and the Monthly Bot Challenge is a recurring community event dedicated to making these kinds of bots. You don't need to be an experienced programmer to join this challenge; making bots is a great way to learn how to program! People voting won't see your code, rather they will judge your work based on your creativity and overall execution of your idea. Also, be sure to join the Botmakers Slack group to share ideas and ask for help. I'm looking forward to seeing what you'll make :-)

Past sponsors

Rules and past challenges

Monthly Bot Challenge Rules

Get in touch if you’re interested in sponsoring this event! Back to MBC home The current theme will be announced on the first day of each month via @botwikidotorg on Twitter and in the group. Everyone will have until the end of the month (Eastern Time) to submit one bot that follows the announced...

Monthly Bot Challenge: January 2016

The very first Monthly Bot Challenge: space-themed, sponsored by DigitalOcean.

Monthly Bot Challenge: February 2016

The second Monthly Bot Challenge: emoji-themed, sponsored by Botwiki supporters.

Monthly Bot Challenge: March 2016

The third Monthly Bot Challenge: film and TV-themed, sponsored by AND.

Monthly Bot Challenge: April 2016

The fourth Monthly Bot Challenge, sponsored by Knight-Mozilla OpenNews, with the goal to create a bot that supports a good cause or raises awareness about an important issue.

Monthly Bot Challenge: May 2016

The theme for the fifth Monthly Bot Challenge, sponsored by NYPL Labs, was: public domain.


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