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People might indeed worry about having what they say in the CB logged. That, in my opinion, is a good thing. The fact is, what you say in the Chatterbox might be logged even now; you don't know. If the presence of a bot served to remind you of this, that'd be a good thing in my book.

Naturally, a bot should not be a means of poorly replicating existing services. I do think that there's considerable opportunity to make this a unique resource. Since the presence of a bot would not entail altering the Monastery itself in any way, we'd have plenty of latitude to discover good uses for it empirically, without screwing anything up.


In reply to Re: Re: Re: It's not human! by Petruchio
in thread It's not human! by Petruchio

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