Stop being so black and white. Mix things up a bit and execute code sometimes. This is a Python port of the Ruby sometimes gem.
You can install via
$ pip install sometimes
Or by cloning from Github:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:aaronbassett/sometimes.git $ cd sometimes $ python setup.py install
Say something every other time:
from sometimes import sometimes @sometimes def hello(): print "Hey, you are awesome. You really are." # executes warm fuzzies 50% of the time
Have a 50% chance of saying something:
from sometimes import sometimesish @sometimesish def hello(): print "Hey, you are awesome. You really are."
Maybe you want to do something several times, but not always the exact same number of times:
from sometimes import times @times(4,10) def pick_nose(): pass
Maybe you want to remind someone of something, but not toooo often (It gets annoying!):
from sometimes import percent_of_the_time @percent_of_the_time(15) def naughty(): print "Howdy, Don't forget to register!" # be annoying, but only 15% of the time @percent_of_the_time(33) def be_very_polite(): pass
Share a rare moment with your user:
from sometimes import rarely @rarely() def spam(): print "How would you like some spammy spam spam!" # be really annoying about 5% of the time
Do something most of the time:
from sometimes import mostly @mostly() def be_awesome(): print "Want to see something really cool?" # Be awesome about 95% of the time
Hold on a minute
Why does it have
@sometimesish? I wanted
sometimes to behave as described
by the gem docs, not how it operates in the gem. I included
sometimesish if anyone wanted the
gem style functionality.