Completed my python Bot "Minnal-Murali". It will send e-mail based on typeform responses. Planing to use in our club for sending event confirmation e-mail to attendees.Made a webhook-based one-shot kill switch for my program. Pinging the program's bot with a keyword (from the admin account) acts as a kill switch for situations where the admin may observe unusual activities...only a few features left to apply on this assistant robot we are building with @edwardphirijr698 Thank you! once more @sampoder , @roshan and the Hackclub team for SOM Hardware :)What suitable colour can we paint this bot? any suggestions?? :)I have noting to post so I just thought to post ROBOT REHTSE!!!!! doing nothing but just blinking LEDsMaking a instagram bot with InstaPy :instagram:I finished making a slack bot today like Clippy to welcome new members to a slack channel. Now I need to figure out how to migrate it from Glitch to something like AWS.bot reached braille block :fastparrot:Creating a Discord bot with my friends for competitive programming!Deployed my twitter bot to Heroku :heroku:Making my first discord bot #osfI'm proud to announce the launch of Replier, a Slack app for setting up autoreplies! 🤖 🎉 Going on vacation or taking a break from Slack? 🌴 Cover all your bases by automatically letting people know. Try it out here!
Replier is open-source on GitHub, so feel free to open issues, contribute, or give it a 🌟!I'm working on an autoreply bot for Slack! :slack:
github.com/cjdenio/replierAir Cognizer: Predicting Air Quality with TensorFlow Lite. Really Cool TensorFlow Project. Learnt a Lot Today by studying their CNN Code. blog.tensorflow.org/2019/02/air-cognizer-predicting-air-quality.htmlDouble throwback!!! Yesterday was the 2-year anniversary of Anonbot, an instagram bot that wreaked havoc on my school until February 2019. This was my second Node.js project, after era-project. Any piece of text submitted on the website would be converted to an image and posted on the Instagram page. It was used mostly by me, @yuto, @physicalc123, and a few of our friends until it started spreading like wildfire across the school in late fall 2018. With the newfound fame in my school, posts became increasingly toxic, and people began using it to gossip and spread rumors. In February 2019, some people posted messages that others interpreted as warning of a school shooting. The police were called, and I spent the next day in the office + at the police station. I wasn’t punished in the end, and everything was fine, but I agreed to kill the bot and make the code private so that nobody could fork it and start it back up. The code remains private, but the Instagram page is still up: instagram.com/anonbot.wlWorking on an FRC-related Discord bot 🤖Made my first discord.js bot! Made the body for my robot vacuum cleaner..worked really hard..Any one got any good suggestions to improve this?I like the way the leds came out 🤖got the very first version of the robot working - current cost is at $9.89 ($5.40 motor/chassis, $1.14 digispark, $2.70 lipo, $0.40 breadboard + jumpers, and $0.25 motor controller)! hoping to get the motor/chassis cost to $2.25 (rn it uses aluminium chassis and there are lot cheaper alternatives) and lipo to under $2, but hoping to switch to a more performant custom arduino which will replace the digispark+breadboard/jumpers, but will probably be a bit more expensive.I'm gonna try to get @scrappy to react with as many emojis as possible, for no particular reason.
✨ Cool feature 1: Autoreplies in DMs now only get sent once every 15 minutes. That way you can still have a conversation, even if you're on vacation! 🌴
✨ Cool feature 2: Your autoreply will now get triggered if someone mentions you in a channel or multi-person DM. It even works in threads! 🎉
That's all, folks! Remember to check it out on GitHub :githubparrot:!When you don’t have a wire stripper:
This is for making a telepresence robot. People with the correct username and password can access my pi and control the LEDs with the GPIOsStill working on my bot. In the meantime, CTF HYPE!working on my personal website STILL lol, OSF is trying to build a bot for giving gp, and had fun at the beach eating yummy bbq lays! 🙂 heres a pic from hack night !busy trying to get my discord bot to work using python, organizing/talking w my teammates about logistics of OSF, and took an afternoon run on the beach!
Heres a pic of the sunset on my run!This is a comparison between Sophia(a robot from China) and Rehtse a Robot we are working on with @edwardphirijr698spent some time looking at discord api, wrote a greetbot for my discord server, then realized the package I was using was outdated and unmaintained, so I deleted the bot I wrote and decided to just go ahead with MEE6 plugin lolI just finished writing BirthdayBot, a wonderful Slack bot that posts a fancy image like this in #lounge when your birthday comes around! 🎉 Want to sign up? Just type
/birthday to get started!
BirthdayBot is open source, written in Go :gopher:!Finishing up making a list of all the parts I need for SoM
Working on my robot Vaccum cleaner...made a second model...Thanks hackclubShipped a bot to help me run automated deploys!cheap robot design #2 - bit more expensive at $11.1 ($2.60 arduino pro micro, $0.40 custom pcb, $5.20 for 2 x continous rotation micro servo + wheel, $0.40 3d printed chassis, $2.70 battery) . leaning away from continuous rotation micro servo - it makes things easy but just costs too muchMy friend wanted me to make a snapchat bot for something, but they don't have an api, so I'm trying to make a private api. Here's the snapchat logo because I didn't do muchA hack club workshop has been published for the discord bot I made! Check it out at: workshops.hackclub.com/pyramid_discord_botAwesome, a salt powered robot:ultrafastparrot:Bouncing around as usual yesterday:
• Published another VIP newsletter, from June 17: hackclub.com/vip-newsletters/008
• Added a page to our website to answer the common email we get, “Will you sponsor my hackathon?” hackclub.com/sponsorship
• Fixed the Slack form, which is now using the non-SOM flow, where we manually approve people. (Absolute fight to the death with CORS & API headers.) This flow is temporary; discussed with @matthew a new post-SOM Slack signup flow to implement soon
• Fixed Badger the Slack bot, as well as custom emojis on Scrapbook
• Set up automated API testing with checklyhq.com—public dashboard coming soon
• Updated the Code of Conduct to replace there being a specific Working Group with our team: github.com/hackclub/hackclub/pull/1286
• Did the first half of converting hack.af to serverless
I didn’t take any cool photos yesterday, so here’s two from a year ago, walking around Bellefonte, PA at night.made my personal assistant a bit more presentable :)Changed the LED configuration so that I can simply connect the wires to an MDD10A motor driver to drive the robot remotely with a Raspberry Pi. Sadly the camera didn’t work out so well tho. Couldn’t do anything with the latency especially if the person is joining from far away. I hope we can build the root soon and see a remote-controlled robot with zoom.Created a Telegram Bot to automate the process of me going to a website and checking my attendance! The Bot periodically sends me updates regarding my class schedule and attendance throughout the day! thecodelife.science.blog/2020/08/07/automating-my-attendance-with-pythonI won the #osf Hackathon live event today! Shoutout to @winston and the others for putting it all together! Here was my submission for the challenge to build a “spam bot”. It’s an Arduino Leonardo which is recognized as a keyboard and types the word “Spam” a few times a second until unplugged. Now comes the challenge of removing the program without it writing “Spam” in the IDE a million times while it waits to upload new code.This bot which I made a while ago to actually test out the range NRF24L01 can provide. Bad lighting and a different song choice😃Doing some c o d i n g (for the autoreply bot)I uploaded my bot coding to Github-- First repository!internship work!! our bot isn't working 100% but we've definitely annoyed 1000% the crap out of our mentor 🤣Our ongoing project with @obreymuchenajrYesterday #hack #MacBook2009 #Catalina from High Sierra #macOSAdded FRC match score notifications to FRCBot 2.0! 🤖Ultrasonic sensor+ Buzzer + LED :)