Would it be possible to make a Minecraft Education Edition Bot to keep Minecraft Worlds Open?
I have been asking myself this for a while now, and even I am questioning it. Because one, if you would put a bot into Minecraft Education Edition worlds to keep the world going, you would have to have a separate application open for the bot to be in the world, meaning someone would have to sacrifice a computer for that job. BUT, I do not know if it is possible to have the bot in the world on a server of some kind. It is very confusing for me and I haven't found a solution yet. Do you guys think you can clear this up for me?
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Thanks for the information. It seems to me absolutely possible and I am glad that such applications and technical capabilities allow me to improve my skills in the educational field. At the moment I am writing several studies that relate to the topic of sociology and on the site https://edubirdie.com/examples/sociology/ I find examples of pretty cool written texts on sociology. This allows me not only to find new sources and literature on the topic, but also to draw some ideas.
The thing about minecraft education edition worlds is that if the owner leaves, it logs out everybody. If you wanted a bot to keep it open, you would have to have a minecraft education edition application open on an unused computer with the bot logged on and have the bot make the world to keep it open, Uptime might work, but education edition is an app. So I'm a little confused on that
I’m not sure but I think there’s something called the uptime bot which does that maybe you should check it out? I think the websites uptimerobot.com and you can also just search that up and look around.