Discord is an all-in-one voice and text chat that is built to create large and small communities on top of a secure platform. Many people utilize Discord bots in order to do moderation tasks, make community economy, play games with others, create various things, and many other possibilities Discord can provide to bots.
Most of my experience came from creating and experimenting with bots on this platform. Here are some Discord bots that are active (since 4/15/20) and are available for everyone to use:
- BotBoy - A discord bot that can provide rich information from multiple sources.
- PhotoBox - A discord bot that uses image processing to make pictures from templates.
- DiscordVid2 - Port of twitter bot @this__vid3 which is a gimmick on bad video downloaders.
Here are some other projects that are not based on Discord:
- MediaSessionMaster - Utilize Chrome's MediaSession API within multiple sites.
- HotImage - Easy-to-use application that turns folders into image API.
- SnazzahAPI - API endpoints for various services.
If that doesn't interest you, I have some good experience with Python, Redis, RethinkDB, and Ruby. (Along with a basic level of PostgresSQL.)
I have also contributed to other projects listed here:
- Discord Dungeons - Developer team of DiscordRPG: A text-based RPG bot on discord
- DiscordInjections - A client modifier for Discord.
- botlist.terminal.ink - A webpage that displays list of Discord servers that are deemed are bot collecting and wasting resources.
- discordrb - Discord API wrapper in ruby.
- Modesta - A clean CSS framework made to be dark, responsive and easy to build with.
- TrelloTalk/TrelloBot - A discord bot that interacts with Trello.
If you like the stuff I do and want to keep projects alive, you can support via Patreon or Ko-fi. (and also SubscribeStar or Cash App)