A Zcode interpreter written in Python. Plays Inform games (up to v7). Give it an Infocom game and it'll run it. I suspect that it can be included in or called from other code.
Somebody ported the original ADVENT to Python 3. This implies that it can be built into or called from stuff.
Bot that can be joined to the Mastodon network. Listens for people to send DNS resolution requests to it, sends back the canonical replies.
A modular chatops bot written in Python 3 that includes multiple connectors for different services (Slack, Telegram, Github, et al). The databases it can interface with are pretty limited. Skills are plugged into the framework to make it do things (like get status reports).
Err is an extensible XMPP bot framework written in Python. Can connect to XMPP servers just like a client and communicate through them. Implements basic IRC client functionality, can connect to MUCs (Multi-User Chats) on XMPP servers, and supports plugins to extend the functionality of individual bots.
python -bot -framework -xmpp -extensible -plugins -irc
A service that wastes the time of spammers by engaging them in conversations with a bot. Forward spam to email@example.com and it'll go into action on your behalf. lifehacks
Github repository of a module for nodejs, ruby and python developed by somebody in the twitter bot community for filtering profanity, slurs, and other bad language out of text. It's meant to prevent another Tay incident. It can be used to filter both inbound and outbound text.
Headless utility built upon QtWebKit that renders HTML into a PDF or image file. Written in C. Has a library. Build a slightly more complex archive bot for exocortex? Run it on Leandra?
Github repo for a Python module that basically implements tail. It's smart enough to keep track of what it has and hasn't seen so far and act accordingly. exocortex bot