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@jwflory jwflory released this Apr 21, 2019 · 10 commits to master since this release

The TeleIRC team is proud to present the v1.3.1 release. This release is a bugfix release with minor, non-breaking changes. The changes are described below in the changelog.

Thanks

Our thanks for the volunteered time and effort of these people who contributed to this release:

🎉 💯 🎉

Additionally, this release also brings new branding and a logo thanks to our friends at @uracreative. Shout-outs to @elioqoshi, @richardbmx, and @AnXh3L0 for their support and effort in our new brand makeover.

Changelog

  • Bold usernames in message prefixes
  • Include filetype in IRC string when a document is uploaded on Telegram
  • Include zero-width space in username for join/part messages to group

Other contributor-oriented changes in this release include…

  • New contributor guidelines introduced
  • Upgrades to docs toolchain dependencies to resolve CVEs
  • New brand assets added to git repository

Future development

As a note, this is the last planned release for the RIT Spring 2019 semester. Regular development sprints are expected to continue in August 2019. Some work may be done between May and August, but most likely will be done outside of a sprint.

Let us know your feedback and how we can improve TeleIRC for you. 👍

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@jwflory jwflory released this Mar 3, 2019 · 18 commits to master since this release

The Teleirc community is proud to present Teleirc v1.3. This release came from a development sprint during February 2019. Before the changelog, a special thanks to these people for making this release possible (ordered alphabetically):

The community makes this project possible. Thanks y'all! 👍

Changelog

Here is what new goodies v1.3 is bringing:

  • Add official support for Node v10.x LTS
  • Improved documentation
    • Docs overhauled this release; should be easier to read/follow
    • Other minor edge cases captured in new FAQ page
  • Minor improvements to Dockerfiles
  • Multi-line Telegram messages sent to IRC prefixed with username
  • Stop sending documents (i.e. non-images) sent from Telegram to IRC
    since it exposes Telegram API token to IRC users
  • Insert zero-width space in Telegram usernames sent to IRC
    • If you have the same username on Telegram and IRC, you no longer
      ping yourself when you write messages!

For full details of what changed this release, see the milestone.

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@jwflory jwflory released this Dec 2, 2018 · 42 commits to master since this release

Teleirc v1.2.2 is a major refactoring of the existing code base. Few user-facing features were changed or added. Most changes in this release are minor bug fixes that affected some users. This release should be a safe upgrade for most people running the bot.

See v1.2.2 milestone for more detailed information.

What changed

Bug fixes

  • Better handling if Telegram server is reachable on start (#83, props @thenaterhood)
  • Fix Fedora container, rebuild for Fedora 29 (#89)

Refactoring

Future plans

The next planned release is v1.3 It should bring a few new features requested by others from the last year or two.

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@jwflory jwflory released this Nov 23, 2018 · 57 commits to master since this release

In some cases, after running yarn install, the yarn.lock file updates and puts the git repo out of sync. This is a hotfix to avoid this scenario. This helps for a sys-automation use case (see jwflory/infrastructure#18).

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@jwflory jwflory released this Oct 14, 2018

v1.2 adds one new feature and resolves some bugs. It adds NickServ authentication support. Now, Teleirc can authenticate with NickServ to join or speak in IRC channels that require authentication.

More information on changes here.

Thanks

Thanks to @mbologna, @rskikuli, @Dhanesh95, @robbyoconnor, @Tjzabel, @thenaterhood, @michalrud, and @xforever1313 for contributing to this release.

Special thanks to @michalrud for adding NickServ support (#65) and @xforever1313 for significant refactor improvements to the code base (#72).

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@jwflory jwflory released this Nov 6, 2017 · 83 commits to master since this release

v1.1.2 of teleirc, our bridge service between Telegram groups and IRC channels, is now available. This release adds some bug fixes to v1.1.1.

Changelog

Reporting bugs

If you notice bugs, issues, or other problems with teleirc, please file an issue in our issue tracker. Any debugging info you can include is helpful, such as:

  • Link to Telegram group
    • Number of members in Telegram group
  • Name and network of bridged IRC channel
    • Number of members in IRC channel
  • Which side has more activity
  • Screenshot / demo of problem
  • Anything else that seems useful and relevant

How to contribute

Do you want to help with teleirc? We'd love to have some more help. You can view any open issues to see things we're trying to fix or add to the bot. If you're strong with NodeJS, check any open pull requests and leave comments and feedback there.

You can find the development channel and community for teleirc in the following places:

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@jwflory jwflory released this Oct 3, 2017 · 93 commits to master since this release

RITlug is proud to present the v1.1.1 release of teleirc, our bridge service between Telegram groups and IRC channels. Built with love from Rochester, NY and various other places around the world, v1.1.1 (or "Delam") adds minor improvements and new features.

Changelog

Reporting bugs

If you notice bugs, issues, or other problems with teleirc, please file an issue in our issue tracker. Any debugging info you can include is helpful, such as:

  • Link to Telegram group
    • Number of members in Telegram group
  • Name and network of bridged IRC channel
    • Number of members in IRC channel
  • Which side has more activity
  • Screenshot / demo of problem
  • Anything else that seems useful and relevant

How to contribute

Whoa, hey! Do you want to help with teleirc? We'd love to have some more help. You can view any open issues to see things we're trying to fix or add to the bot. If you're strong with NodeJS, check any open pull requests and leave comments and feedback there.

You can find the development channel and community for teleirc in the following places:

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@jwflory jwflory released this Oct 27, 2016 · 127 commits to master since this release

RITlug is proud to present the v1.1.0 release of teleirc, our bridge service between Telegram groups and IRC channels. Built with love from Rochester, New York, v1.1.0 (or "Grain of Salt") is here to help bring your communication worlds together. We're slowly making our impact on the world of open source and gradually building steam as we move forward with our own tiny grain of salt.

Changelog

Reporting bugs

If you notice any bugs, issues, or other problems with using teleirc, please be sure to file an issue for it in our issue tracker. Any kind of information you can include in your issue is helpful, including things like:

  • Telegram group
  • Number of members in Telegram group
  • Screenshot / demo of problem
  • IRC channel
  • Number of members in IRC channel
  • Which side has more activity
  • Anything else that seems useful and relevant

How to contribute

Whoa, hey! Do you want to help with teleirc? We would love to have you lend a hand. You can view any open issues to see things we're trying to fix or add to the bot. If you're strong with Node, you can check out any open pull requests and leave comments and feedback there.

You can find the development channel and community for teleirc in the following places:

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@repkam09 repkam09 released this Sep 8, 2016 · 141 commits to master since this release

v1.0.0 - Initial release

Teleirc now has cleaner code, simpler configuration, and all of the features that we have discussed so far. Seems like a good time to tag a v1.0.0 release. Glad people find this useful!

I've also never done a GitHub 'release' before, so hopefully this works correctly...

New

  • Isolated configuration values from program file into a configuration file
  • Additional configuration options
    • Option to relay (or not) join, leave, kick, action messages from IRC to Telegram
    • Configuration for prefix/suffix values to wrap Telegram usernames / names in IRC

Changed

  • Code clean-up following ES6
  • Improved documentation in the README

How to contribute

Want to help with teleirc? Feel free to file issues for features you'd like to see in the bot, bugs you may have found, or let us know you're using the bot so we can give you credit in the README file.

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