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SmartBots Blog August 21, 2011 by Glaznah Gassner

This blog entry consists of two parts: the notification about new functionality (related to group moderators and SSTI) and announcement of the bot scripting language.

Update: Group Moderators for SSTI

Group Moderators are now able to manage the SmartShare Tenant Inviter (SSTI) web interface. (Those who don’t know about SSTI please visit SL Marketplace page of this product).

Assigning SSTI group moderators is easy: login to SmartBots account and click “Group Moderators” at the left menu. You can add a new moderator to manage your SSTI web interface, or give this ability to the existing moderator.

Announcing Smart Bot Scripting Language (SBSL)

People who use SmartBots personal bots love gaining more and more control over their bot’s behavior. We’ve received three interesting requests during the last week (one came from the roleplay sim owner, and two related to the group chat and modelling bots). After discussing these requests we decided to start developing the bot scripting language – codename SBSL.

The bot’s script will instruct your bot how to react on various events (group and local chat messages, people coming by, inventory offers etc).

The language functionality will be announced later, however, it already contains the following commands:

  • local chat and group chat talking
  • group notices processing
  • inventory delivery
  • custom http queries to bot owner’s server

If you would like to request anything else to be added, please contact us. We are glad to hear all your wishes!


  1. Awesome idea this SBSL :)
    Would make the things you can do with your SmartBot almost limitless.

    If you have a big store or a rentals you could give visitors the option to ask your Bot where something is using your own database and http queries. And them make your SmartBot respond with an surl from your database.

    Or even create your own AIML in combination with the above.

    Comment by Bobsknief — August 22, 2011 @ 3:52 am

  2. Dear Bobskief, please take a look at this blog entry: SBSL Draft is available. We’ve just published a draft of SBSL.

    If you need any functionality beyond the documented, please contact me.

    Comment by Glaznah Gassner — October 25, 2011 @ 9:03 am

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