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Maybe this? https://grimore.org/secondlife:scripted_agents:corrade As far as being open source,

The Corrade core is closed source.

However, all the starting templates provided and any scripts written for scripters are OpenSource. Furthermore, all scripts written by Wizardry and Steamworks intended for Corrade can be used under a relaxed license.
It is free to use.
 
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I have played around with Corrade and PORT (POR?). Though I don't know if either is open source.

I can't find the site for PORT at the moment. It's almost more of a text based viewer with bot like tools.

The website listed int he software is here http://153.126.215.29/apark/?page_id=702 But the page doesn't load. The creator of the relay object is someone named chakkichakki in world.

The main difference seemed to be that Corrade requires add ons and configuring, and Port is all done in the client. I believe both support RLV.

Also notable, there is a place on the SL site where you are supposed to mark your bots as bots, I beleive per the TOS. They call it "Scripted agent" I believe. It doesn't really change anything other than letting LL know that the account is primarily run by a program and not a person, that I know of.

Also there is a list of options here

On a related side note, this is kind of useful/fun to use with RLV Bots,

It lets you take over and control a bot in world, within a limited range. It's useful to reposition a bot or just wander around AS your bot.
 
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