[a-team] conversations with face

face is an irc bot i run on the #ateam channel.
its responses are purely random, drawing from past conversations on channel.

14:27 * face developed it on a system with no monitor
14:27 <ted> face: you and jmaher both
14:27 * face is excited to point scrum at someone else for a change
14:28 <ted> face is like some kind of weird amalgamation of everyone in here now, isn’t he?
14:28 * face is losing it
14:28 <wlach> lol
14:28 <mdas> I think so, I said that exact thing last week
14:28 <ahal> face is getting out of control!
14:28 * face hides
14:28 <mdas> lol
14:28 <glob> haha
14:28 <wlach> face: don’t make me turn you off!
14:28 * face files a bug 😉
14:28 <ahal> lol
14:28 <ahal> it always seems to pick remotely appropriate comments
14:29 <mdas> I thought face as just some other irc alias of jhammel
14:29 <mdas> haha
14:29 <ahal> mdas: face is a little too coherent for that
14:29 <ted> haha
14:29 <mdas> hah

2 thoughts on “[a-team] conversations with face

  1. Markov bots can be pretty fun, as experience has showed me when I was lurking some technology-oriented IRC channels on Rizon. What script does face run, if you don’t mind my asking?

    • face is a very simple bot i wrote using POE::Component::IRC

      here’s the complete code which selects what response to use:

      my $count = $self->{_brain}->length;
      my $what = '';
      $self->{_brain}->get(int(rand($count)), $what);

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