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Steam Roulette

 reddit.com  source  18 hours ago
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So I've created this small app which select a random game from your steam library for you to play, then I started to expand on the idea and wanted it to work offline.It's not completely done but thought I should share it to get feedback on how to make it better and what should be my approach to make it work 100% offline.here is the repo: https://github.com/linkinmedo/steam-roulette and the live version: http://steam.mohsh.com

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I'm working on a bot that, currently, is streaming every submission and comment into a database for sentiment analysis reasons. I'm wondering what questions the community at large might have about the subreddit so I can practice taking in and answering external questions with data.​​Thanks!

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