Don’t Delete This Bot

If the new CEO of Twitter comes for the bots, @OpenSeesTweets, the OpenSees Twitter Bot, will go away.

So, let’s take a moment to reflect on the growth of followers since the bot’s inception in December 2019.

439 followers as of today.

I occasionally have to update the bot to remove spammy tweets, but it’s kinda cool that the bot was able to help “crazy ass moments in afl history” in their quest to get 15 retweets. Better luck next time!

One thought on “Don’t Delete This Bot

  1. I thought about this too. I don’t want my favorite bot account gone!

    I suspect that there will be a way to use bots on twitter. Maybe they’ll add a badge saying it’s an automated post, etc. Maybe if the account gets verified.


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