An open-source collection of tutorials, articles, datasets and other resources for creating useful/interesting/artistic online bots.
Botwiki came about because Bohacek wanted to be able to run fast searches whenever he had an idea for a bot. As he explains, similar websites that already existed “were either a bit incomplete, hard to browse, or plainly just didn’t work most of the time.”
Stefan Bohacek decided he would catalog every bot on the web.
It’s no small task and he’s far from done. At his site, botwiki.org, you can search bots by category, by platform, or if you’re a dev and you want to learn how to make a bot, you can search by language or the text or data you want to use.
Find any bot ever with this awesome online encyclopedia — March 2, 2016 via technical.ly
Stefan is the creator of Botwiki, an open catalog of friendly, useful and artistic online bots, tools and tutorials.
Alongside fellow admin, Veronica Belmont, Stefan and co have worked tirelessly for the past year and a half on the site that’s dedicated to teaching folks how to make friendly, whimsical, and (by his own admission) “sometimes mildly annoying”, online bots.
Creator Spotlight: Building Twitter Bots with Stefan Bohacek (Glitch via medium.com, May 2017)