Searching for stuff about aiml (artificial intelligence markup language), I came across bsml (bullshit markup language). I know some of the following links are bullshit, maybe all of them. I have no idea about these technologies, not at the moment anyway. However, I do know that web "pages" make no sense and waste time, bots, agents, helpers, assistants, toilet papers, or whatever one might choose to name them, offer greater flexibility, interactivity, an "I have no idea - but I know it" infrastructure, and that is why offer a nearly next mutation. So, here we go:
- - http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmud/ - a return for muds??
- - http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=43190 - i have no idea what it is, but seems interesting.
: thanks for this – PhilJones
: pleasure.. here are a few more:
- - http://www.macurious.com/free/ircbot/agbot/ - a perl bot for IRC with a demo
- - http://lists.canonical.org/pipermail/kragen-hacks/2002-November/000358.html - a python bot for blogging IRC chats. Sounds potentialy powerful, but have no real idea if and how it works, yet.
- - http://www.skamphausen.de/software/AI/index.html - AI module/s for perl.
- - http://www.kuykendall.org/pobot/ - PHP bot for IRC
- - http://www.mcmoses.de/index.php?id=8 - PHP IRC stuff (incl bots.)
- - http://www.wholok.com/irc/ - how to write an irc bot
- - http://www.jibble.org/pircbot-changelog.php - IRC java bot
- - http://blacksun.box.sk/tutorials.php?id=102 - Bare Bones IRC Bot In Perl
- - http://www.metalshell.com/view/source/37/ - Perl IRC Bot
See also AgentBasedModelling