Guided sex chatbot

If your average Joe with 20 rep can ping newcomers, why can't a bot?The initial ping (which happens to be the cause of the question) has conclusively been proven to actually I have noticed that newcomers often do not have a good grasp on chat functionality.

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There is a controversy about a certain chat bot in some chat rooms.

The one major disagreement is about the bot greeting new users in chat.

Should a chat bot be able to initiate an interaction with a user, or should Call me naive, but... The rules for humans are pretty straightforward - in particular, the rules of etiquette boil down to, "don't annoy other people".

If a chat-bot is annoying people (by posting lots of noisy messages or - just as an example - graphic videos of a sex-change operation) then it's violating the rules.

Other rooms who use bots need to reason about it and decide on what they like and what they don't.

The room's community should be capable of handling that and deciding on usefulness pretty well."greetings" Chat is kind of a free for all in some ways.It is regulated by SE guidelines, but it can get terse at times because those guidelines are rather broad.Excessive pinging by newcomers has definitely been toned down, ever since we've had welcome messages.A welcome message actually shows them that putting in front of a name makes a sound.Quite a premise isn't it, that the bots need to be limited in the first place? It is used for utility, mostly as a thesaurus, and no one complains about it. Once the novelty of it wears off (and I am sure this post is contributing to that at a rapid pace) then the bot will more than likely calm down.

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