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bot idea (Bots)

bot idea // Bots

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facter

Mar 13, 1999, 4:56pm
hay, i ahve a bot idea - how about,y uo create a bot that reads from a
list of words, and when soemone says one of those words , you could have
it eject a person for 60 minutes !!! We could call it the CensorBot.

you know, words you could include could be all those offensive ones,
like. . .community, love, neighbour, help, friend, understanding,
tolerance, equality, adulthood and god forbid, the biggy, communication
!!

oh, what was that you say ? They already HAVE created a bot like that ?
And called it Customs Aide ??

damn . ..looks like someone stole my idea.

jim lewies

Mar 13, 1999, 11:37pm
Here's another.... How about a bot that reaches out of your computer
monitor and thwacks you put a bone-headed idea, that has been shown not to
work into effect...

it could have a text message come up on the screen to explain why; or
simply

*give your head a shake*

*give your head a shake*

*give your head a shake*


facter <facter at iinet.net.au> wrote in article
<36EAB4F1.E27C5748 at iinet.net.au>...
> hay, i ahve a bot idea - how about,y uo create a bot that reads from a
> list of words, and when soemone says one of those words , you could have
> it eject a person for 60 minutes !!! We could call it the CensorBot.
>
> you know, words you could include could be all those offensive ones,
> like. . .community, love, neighbour, help, friend, understanding,
> tolerance, equality, adulthood and god forbid, the biggy, communication
> !!
>
> oh, what was that you say ? They already HAVE created a bot like that ?
> And called it Customs Aide ??
>
> damn . ..looks like someone stole my idea.
>
>

warlord

Mar 14, 1999, 12:54am
Even Better, create a BOT killer bot. It goes around and automaticly ejects
other bots in range of it's hearing. Then when the hit bot returns, it is
ejected again, and again, and again.
Any takers on this idea?

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iceberg

Mar 14, 1999, 5:36am
Wow...i think that id i had ANY KNOWLEDGE of C++ or something i might
attempt this...but no
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the paradox

Mar 14, 1999, 2:18pm
So what's keeping you from learning? :)

coldegg

Mar 19, 1999, 2:40pm
Hey rolu, how did the deer bot turn out? I havent kept up to date on it, and
was just wondering.... thanks.
Ashen

edward sumerfield

Mar 19, 1999, 4:09pm
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Is Rolu doing a deer bot as well?

Mine, is coming together well. Working on the avatar at the moment.

[View Quote] > Hey rolu, how did the deer bot turn out? I havent kept up to date on it, and
> was just wondering.... thanks.
> Ashen

dthknight

Mar 19, 1999, 6:35pm
no he is not doing a deer bot. He is doing a AW frequently wished wishes
list, and that is all, I think.

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iceberg

Mar 19, 1999, 7:56pm
How about School, School, School, Homework, and School?


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fluxen

Mar 19, 1999, 9:30pm
Edward wrote a deer bot. Rolu hasn't -- AFAIK.

--
Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the =
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They =
can tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."

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fluxen

Mar 19, 1999, 9:32pm
Well, it's not really for you to decide whether he is doing a deer bot =
too :)
But he'd have told me if he were.

--
Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the =
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They =
can tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."


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coldegg

Mar 20, 1999, 5:17am
Oh yeah, I see, it was on the top of my list dated 2/5/99, and he had said
that he would have it out by the end of the month hopefully. Has anybody
given it a test? If so, does it work well?
Ashen

edward sumerfield

Mar 20, 1999, 2:59pm
[awcommunity snipped]

Life keeps getting in the way of deer development. The end of Feb sounds like
one of my, ever enthusiastic, but totally unrealistic, estimates.

I could release the code before the avatar if you guys would like. It would
involve the new AWCPP 0.4 version and the Deer code. I may be able to get this
out by end of March.

Then I could release the avatar later when it is ready which wouldn't be until
end of April.

What do you think? One release or two?

[View Quote] > Oh yeah, I see, it was on the top of my list dated 2/5/99, and he had said
> that he would have it out by the end of the month hopefully. Has anybody
> given it a test? If so, does it work well?
> Ashen

coldegg

Mar 20, 1999, 3:07pm
I am fine with whaever you do :) Thanks!
Ashen Shagara

rolu

Mar 20, 1999, 6:36pm
deer bot? sorry, but I wasn't doing the deer bot. I can remember someone
else was, but I don't remember who.

Rolu

Coldegg heeft geschreven in bericht <36f27dfb.0 at homer>...
>Hey rolu, how did the deer bot turn out? I havent kept up to date on it,
and
>was just wondering.... thanks.
>Ashen
>
>

rolu

Mar 20, 1999, 6:37pm
I am trying to do bots at the moment :-) but I'm not up to things like deer
bots... school etc... :-(

Fluxen heeft geschreven in bericht <36f2e073.0 at homer>...
Well, it's not really for you to decide whether he is doing a deer bot too
:)
But he'd have told me if he were.

--
Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They can
tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."


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coldegg

Mar 21, 1999, 5:12am
No problem Rolu, was talking to Edward Summerfield.
Ashen Shugara

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