VeSPA Website Enhancements and VeSPAbot
Basic functions for regular users: getting the current streamer, a list of commands, and a help function (811bytes)
Allows users to join a queue (most likely to get into the next game). Owners can get people out of the queue, or kick them from the queue. (1.802Kb)
Allows owners to create messages that automatically repost to the chat after a given time. (1.182Kb)
Allows users to enter a raffle, owners to randomly select a winner, and saves winners to a text file for future reference. (1.808Kb)
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For our term project, for our Multimedia/Hypertext/Information Access capstone, our group took the task of revamping the Virginia eSports Association’s website, www.vespa.org.vt.edu. After looking at their website extensively, we decided the focus of our updates would be on providing better publicity for the organization and making a much more usable interface with a few key features. VeSPA wanted us to keep the website based on a Wordpress blog to promote simple upkeep and updates. In addition, they wanted us to create a “Bot” to help with the chat monitoring and manipulation during streaming sessions.