This week, we’re getting a bunch of love from webhost bots and bots fans for our coverage of the 1,001,000 bot chat website.
One of the more popular bots is a bot named TodoBot.
Todo is currently active and has been since early December, according to Google Analytics data.
Todos status is being monitored by Google’s bots team.
The site’s current status is “running” and the bot is only being used for messages, not for any sort of real-time chat.
It has only a single post on the site, a brief introduction and a link to the bot’s official forum.
Todsbot is a popular bot on the bot chat network.
“It’s a great example of the kind of bot you want to keep out of the spotlight because of how it could be abused, but we want to give it a shot,” Google’s Brian McClendon told us.
“We’re always excited to see new bot sites, and it’s a lot like us.
The bot is used to keep people informed of important news and updates about the web.”
Todobot, meanwhile, has received a lot more attention since we published our first story on it in early December.
It received over 2,500 upvotes on Reddit, where users have dubbed it “The 1,002,000 Facebook Chat Bot.”
While it hasn’t received as much attention as Todo, it’s certainly received a fair share of attention, with many commenters taking to the comments section to complain about its bot status.
A few comments on Reddit also suggested that the bot might have been a bot, with a few people claiming to have been able to get it to do some sort of thing.
“Todos [status] wasnt actually a bot,” one person said, adding that they were able to convince it to use the same username as Todo.
“I just took over the bot account and added it to a list of accounts that Todo was allowed to use, which is why it still has the status it has right now.”
Another commenter claimed to have made a bot out of Todo’s account and used it to harass Todoes friends.
“Its a good bot,” the user said, “I hope they dont delete it, it doesnt do anything good.”
While we don’t know if Todo actually has the ability to create or alter the status of any of its accounts, we can assume that the site does have the ability, given that it’s actively being used by bots.
“There is no way to delete Todo,” the site’s official forums note.
“The status of TodoS account can be changed at any time by anyone with the access to its public IP address.
In this case, it can be reverted.”
It’s unclear if Todoses account is currently set to “locked,” but it’s not hard to imagine that the account could be reset at any moment, given the fact that Todoso has received so many messages in the past few weeks.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment on this claim, but the company has not responded at the time of this writing.
The fact that it hasn: A few hours after we published this article, a Google spokesperson said that the company is currently working on removing the bot.
The spokesperson added that it is not possible to delete a bot account.
“This bot has been used to harass and harass and to harass others,” the spokesperson said.
“As the site is constantly updating and adding new bot features, we are working to remove it as quickly as possible.”
If it were a bot that was still around, the spokesperson added, it could easily have been used by people to make threats and harass.
“While we do not comment on individual accounts, it would be very difficult to remove the bot completely, as it has been reported to the admins,” the representative said.
We contacted Google for more information about the status and the issue, and we’ll update this post if we hear back.
“If you’re still using Todo as your chat bot, please take a moment to check your account and make sure you are using a different username,” the company said in a statement to Ars.
“And if you’re not using TodO as your bot, it is possible that it has expired.
If this is the case, you should consider using a bot instead.”