AIML Messenger Bot

Abstract: The AIML MSN Messenger Bot enables you to run an MSN Contact, that is actually an chat bot. The Bot's personality is customizeable, through AIML.

License: The AIML MSN Messenger Bot is released under the GNU Lesser Public License (LGPL). The AIML library is copyright Xmonic and is GPL licensed. The DotMSN library is free, as long as the copyright notice is retained.

Platform: The entire client is commandline based, and runs under Mono and Linux, as well as under Windows and the .Net Framework.

Pricing: You may use this program for free, also commercially.

Features: Easy to use, may even run in screens (linux).
Ability to monitor activity.
Fully customizeable AI, through the use of AIML.

Instructions: An MSN Messenger Passport must be created before the program can be used.
Once the program has started, type "help" followed by enter, to see the avalible commands.
When running under Mono, some root certificates must be installed, before the .Net passport logon can be performed. (Mono has an option to install the same certificates that Firefox uses).
To be usefull, there must be AIML files avalible, in the AIML subfolder.
See the A.L.I.C.E. homepage for basic AIML files.

Libraries: The AIML MSN Messenger Bot is based on two libraries:

DotMSN - MSN Messenger Library for .Net
AIMLBot - C# Interpreter for AIML (a.k.a. Program#)
Kenneth Skovhede,
Feb 27, 2011, 8:19 AM
Kenneth Skovhede,
Feb 27, 2011, 8:19 AM