1. What library are you using?
2. How are the people gonna host their bot so it'd actually be worth the effort?
3. If you add bugs (and you most certainly will), are you gonna bother fixing the affected bots or not?
4. What if someone requests a bot with 100 commands (SquidBot has around 80+, and I plan to keep adding)?
5. What if someone requests something that needs a database (don't use files in its place >_>)?
6. What about APIs that require keys?
7. How can anyone be sure that the program you make will not give you access to their pc/laptop?
I might return with questions later on >_>
1. Im using js if thats what ur asking
2. I will either give them the code with instructions how to get it on, etc
3. I will fix them
4. I will do it too as this is for keeping up with my knowledge on js and learning more
5. I wont do databases, only files
6. you mean tokens? I will go to their server and change the role id and stuff if required and test the bot there and make sure its working fine
7. It will not.. you can get the code checked or check it with minimal knowledge of js