Petar Strinic

and all those sorts of things…

Yeah, I know. Wave is dead, but per request of a “Wave in a Box” user, I released the sources for Dicey, under the MIT license. I have no plans to maintain it myself, so here you go, feel free to point and laugh… https://github.com/pstrinic/diceyWavebot

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January 29th, 2013

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Dicey Wave Bot has been updated to utilize Google Wave API v2. No changes to the way it works.

Any suggestions for changes or new features?

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March 15th, 2010

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As any good geek would, when faced with something cool and new that also has a published API, I thought I’d see if I can write a quick dirty Google Wave Bot.

The purpose of this bot is to automate dice rolls for role playing games. It supports the typical 4d6+1 format, where 4 is the number of dice to roll, 6 is the number of sides each die has and 1 is the modifier to add to the total. It also supports multiple rolls, so you might do: 3d3+1 – 2d2, and it would return the individual rolls and the total of the 2 rolls.

You include it into your own wave by inviting diceywavebot@appspot.com

If you get some good use out of this bot, I’d love to hear about it. Also, let me know if you run into any bugs or have suggestions on making the bot better.

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November 1st, 2009

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