The Bot Libre Open Bot Directory and External Bot API
In addition to providing a free open bot platform, Bot Libre also provides an open bot directory of all the bots on the Internet. Chat bots, Twitter bots, Facebook bots, Telegram bots, Slack bots, IRC bots, email bots, bot apps, and every other type of bot on the Internet.
The Open Bot Directory
The Bot Libre open bot directory lets you link your favorite bots, or your own bots that you created on your own website, or through any other service. Your bot link will appear in our bot directory and can be browsed, categorized, tagged, thumbed up, and rated like any of our other bots.
Enter the bot's name and a link to its website. That's it, your bot can now be found by all of our users.
The External Bot Web API
If your bot supports a web API, such as an XML API, you can go beyond just linking your bot. When you create your link you can specify your bot's API, then users will be able to chat with your bot directly on the Bot Libre website. You will also be able to integrate with Bot Libre's services, including:
You can link your bot's API when you create it, or from its 'Edit Details' page. Enter the HTTP GET or POST URL and a template of the XML response. You can use tokens such as
You can even earn money from linking your bot. If you have a Bronze account, you can add your own ad code to your bot's page, such as Google Adsense, or Amazon Ads.
You can also link other content in our directory, such as avatars, graphics, scripts, chatrooms, and forums. You can browse all linked bots in our directory from Search. Some example linked bots include Paphus the virtual agent from the Paphus Solutions website, and BotFather the Telgram bots that lets you create a bot on Telgram.
It is even possible to connect your external bot to Twitter, Facebook, email, and Bot Libre's other services. This can be done by creating a bot "proxy". To create a proxy bot, create a new bot, not a new link. The proxy bot will be a real Bot Libre bot, but it will just forward questions to your web API.
For a proxy bot currently the AIML2 SRAIX XML API is supported. To make your bot a proxy bot, create a bot from the
Go to your bot's "Training & Chat Logs" page, and select "Add Default Response". Set the default response to a
This will make your bot forward all requests to the server using the AIML2 SRAIX XML web API, and return the result.
That's it, have fun linking your bots.