Joe detects performance bottlenecks and recommends optimizations from the comfort of your Slack team.
Until now, the best way to add a contributor to the list was via the CLI tool. That works great when you’re at your computer in “code mode”, but not when you’re mobile or just browsing the web.
Botwiki looks like a cool place to find inspiration for your next bot. They even have a Random Bot URL, kinda like StumbleUpon for bots!
This is a lot like Ruby on Rails (even with ActiveSupport & ActiveRecord built-in), but instead of
views you have
replies. It works for both voice-based and text-based bots and has NLP offerings baked in too. 🍰
The only bummer is that service integrations are currently limited to Facebook Messenger and Twilio SMS. That’s pretty normal for a new open source offering, though, and it’s a great place to hop in and contribute. ✊
GitHub also has something like this as a standard in their docs.
Hoodie has these super awesome first-timers-only issues that guide new contributors through the contribution process. The problem was that creating these step-by-step issues would usually take the maintainer longer than to do the fix themselves. So Gregor asked us to build a bot that would automate this process. And so First Timers was born!
Listen to The Changelog #264 to get the full back story on Probot