I'm looking at the supybot code in c4l's github and don't see @mf here
in any of the three folders. Can you say what it does?
On 1/18/13 11:46 AM, Kevin S. Clarke wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 2:26 PM, Karen Coyle <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Is it the plugins themselves or the content? I suspect that some plugins
>> lend themselves to more joking around and possible inappropriateness, but
>> I'm not sure that it's "plugin" problem, perhaps its a "user error."
> I seem to be in a talkative mood today.
> I'd like to make the distinction between @mf which will return the
> same result every time and @ana (an anagram plugin) which will
> sometimes return something offensive. When you use @mf you know
> you're doing something which some might find offensive. When you use
> @ana most of what you get isn't offensive (it is more of a case of bad
> luck when you get something that is... and people have dealt with
> this, in the past, in different ways; one of which is by decrementing
> the bot when something offensive is said (to express disagreement with
> the statement that their interaction produced)).
> On the first case, @mf... is it the plugin or is it the person? Yes,
> guns don't kill people... people kill people. That still doesn't stop
> me from wanting to pass gun laws though.
> In the case of @ana... that seems pretty clearly a "plugin problem" to
> me, and one that's fixable by changing the plugin.
> As always, just my two cents...
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