No, I don't want to see your #mod tripcode. I do want each project leader to be namefags to avoid uncertainty, and all leaders other than you did this. For example, >>18406
was probably made by you, because it's uncertain that which project the post stated about from the post itself, since other project from Python/Django guy was running already.(>>18345) Some projects are running concurrently in this thread, so all posters must try to be clear that which project you are talking about.
However, according to inspection of each poster, >>18406
was estimated to be made by you as I stated, because others than you, "Space_!!neJOuDddBU" and "Python/Django" know this manner and they were tripfags/namefags or said their name in their post. (I prefer name field to be used, but some people don't read name field, so introducing themselves in each post is a way.) And also the post stated about file hierarchy. I think URL hierarchy is easy to be changed with database, so technical inspection also said >>18406
was yours. But these inspections are needless pains when you are namefag or state target project directly in the post.
BTW, #mod tripcode is too strong here. Making imageboard software is apart from that you are one of moderators. Some anon really have hostility to mods, so you don't have to show your #mod tripcode in these non-relational matters even if you are requested. And why you don't know these manners, which are that when you should be a namefag or when you must show a #mod tripcode, is because you are always using mod console where all posts have their IPs. Scheme is really simple. "Be anon as possible. Be namefag only if it goes well." As I stated, "CommonLispMan" is enough here. You'll realize this after you become to use always the same screen which we use. We just want to remove ambiguity, we don't want to know who you are or you are moderators or not.
However, you are one of mods and you can access to admins, the easiest way to build your software is,
1. Add 1 line to call your external program in Common Lisp into vichan suite. (Your program is called when every new post is made. See, http://php.net/manual/en/function.exec.php
2. Test it.
3. Inspect how APIs you want.
(4. Request the APIs to Python/Django guy.)
As for cyberpunk though I don't know the exact meaning, you should create a test board which is moderated ONLY by robot. If your program is successful, other boards or sites will adopt your AI algorithm and we human's freech will be under control of robot. Is this cyberpunk?