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Why Sandra 5?
In light of Discord's Developer Verification Program, I have decided to make the bot open source. This is not a requirement from Discord, but instead an attempt from me to be more transparent. With this, I will be rewriting Sandra yet again using Kotlin instead of Java. The advantages of Kotlin are numerous, but I won't list those here. By only making this new edition of Sandra open source, it allows me to effectively rewrite history and keep those early and embarrassing commits to myself. To compliment Sandra 5, this wiki will actually contain the documentation that has been missing for way too long. From this point forward any documentation written here will only reflect future versions of Sandra.
Thank you for joining us on this adventure, consider sticking around to see what is to come.
Sandra was created by avery as a project in April of 2017 to learn programming. Originally made with NodeJS, Sandra was quickly recreated in Java as it's strict typing appeared easier to understand. As the year progressed, Legolog3 became interested in the project and decided to join as well as help with hosting Sandra. Eventually we decided to build our own Linux box where Sandra now lives today. Around March of 2018 blair stumbled upon our project and decided to support us by becoming a patron on our Patreon. Over time we became good friends with blair and hired them as a designer to help with Sandra's overall appearance, design, and personality.
Today, Sandra has come a long ways from her humble beginnings. I currently work on Sandra whenever possible, as there is always something to improve.