Fediverse is a portmanteau of “federation” and “universe”. It is a common, informal name for a somewhat broad federation of social network servers whose main purpose is microblogging, the sharing of short, public messages.— Wikipedia
- The Definitive Guide to Creative Botmaking
- Creative Bots starter project on Glitch (here is one remix of the project)
- Opensource Fediverse bots
- Browse all resources on Botwiki
Be sure to also join the Botmakers Slack group, and follow Botwiki-related fediverse accounts:
Mastodon is a distributed, federated social network that forms part of the Fediverse, an interconnected and decentralized network of independently operated servers with microblogging features similar to Twitter. (Wikipedia)
- The Coding Train Mastodon bot video tutorial series (by Daniel Shiffman)
- Easy guide to building Mastodon bots (by Terence Eden)
- Make a Mastodon Bot on AWS Free Tier (by Mathew Duggan)
- Tracery Mastodon Bot (by Byron Hulcher)
- see also: open-source Mastodon bots
- Mastodon.py: Python wrapper for the Mastodon API (github.com)
- polybot: a framework for making social media bots for multiple networks (github.com)
- botfriend: Manage a lot of creative bots that post to a lot of different services.
- mastodon-api: Ruby interface for the Mastodon API (github.com)
Pleroma is a federated social networking platform, compatible with GNU social, Mastodon and other ActivityPub and OStatus implementations.
- A reactive bot framework for Pleroma: a modification of Pleroma to support reactive server-side bots
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