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#dAmnIdlers API!So, for those of you who are aware of the IdleRPG I've been running for dAmn named :#dAmnIdlers:, you should know that there's a website (which I've recently updated) that can be found at this location which has a listing of all the registered users, as well as information on each user. For the developers among you who would like to integrate some stats into your works (bots, applications, websites, etc) I wrote a simple API to obtain information related to the users of #dAmnIdlers.#dAmnIdlers API! by ~DivinityArcane
The script can be found here and using it is quite simple. There are two important variables that you can pass to it. The first is fmt, which stands for format. Currently, the supported formats are PHP (which returns a PHP array) and JSON (which returns a JSON object. To get the full listing of users in JSON format, you would use the URL http://damnidlers.shadowkitsune.net/data
A guide to bot ownershipA guide to bot ownershipA guide to bot ownership by ~DivinityArcane
Welcome, fellow deviants, to A guide to bot ownership. I'm ~DivinityArcane (Formerly known as Kyogo), and I'll be your guide for today. First things first, let's take a look at a couple of the things that bots can do.
First off, take a look at things like :faq510: and decide if a bot is even the right choice for you.
A bot can do many things, but a popular misconception is that they're just there. For a bot to be in your chatroom, it has to be running on yours [or someone else's] computer. If you close it on the computer, it leaves the room. For some people, this may be inconvenient (I know, it's hard to minimize a program sometimes. It bugs me too!) but that's just how it goes. If you want a bot, but don't want it to be running on your computer all the time [and therefor have to leave your computer running so that the bot will stay online], you can either get a friend to