[Inpycon] Regarding ReTweet Bot

Sanchit Balchandani balchandani.sanchit at gmail.com
Sat Jun 2 14:54:10 EDT 2018

Hi Bibhas,

On Sun, Jun 3, 2018 at 12:12 AM Bibhas Ch Debnath <me at bibhas.in> wrote:

> Hi,
> On Sat 2 Jun, 2018, 11:58 PM Rohith Gilla, <gillarohith1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have created this ReTweet bot for PyConIndia for social media posts.It
>> Retweets for specific hashtags , mentions. It also retweets with reply,
>> follow the person who tweeted using the hashtag.
>> Please find this repo  @
>> https://github.com/Rohithgilla12/PyCon-Twitter-Bot .
>> This bot can be used every year by PyCon India social media by just
>> changing the hashtag names and credentials. This bot can also be used for
>> mass publicity like all the social media volunteers using this they can
>> retweet and increase the hype of PyConIndia.
> Appreciate the effort, but I'd suggest not to automate social media
> communications. There *will* be unexpected scenarios. Its better if its
> done manually and someone uses their own human sense to interact with
> followers.

​The purpose of this bot is not to communicate on behalf of PyCon India
twitter account, it is just do the retweets of some particular hashtags so
that it increases the popularity index of those hashtags, which will
eventually lead to more impressions (and probably ticket sales too?)

> Social media interactions will require someone with experience as there
> might be negative responses those have to be handled with care. Impulsive
> responses need be avoided.
> ​All interactions and replies to ​the followers are being done manually,
and this would not be automated w/ this bot.

>> Thanks,
>> Rohith Gilla
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