that is cool though a) they really need to put syntax highlighting in the python code bit and b) it would be useful to put some links at the bottom for how you can increase the sophistication of your bot. just switching up the language would be a good start.

this is not my area of expertise but i've been told that tools lke glove can interpret and respond to large training sets of language, so could maybe be used to build more natural language responses. also not sure how reddit api works, have done a bit with twitter API and they will give you (or would 6 years ago....) a surprising amount of useful stuff for 0 money. if that's the case and you can get some basic ML tools working, it should be realistic to build something more intelligent to respond to posts with a given subject matter.