There is no ability to send sounds to Campfire directly from the response message object. However, using Campfire you simply "/play sound". Add this ability to the `Adapter` and the provided default adapter implementations. It is added to the `Shell` adapter to allow for an easier time at testing / debugging scripts using the local shell. Add to the `Campfire` adapter as this is the core place where it can be used.
Conflicts: README.md src/robot.coffee
Events might get triggered by scripts. For example: You have a script, which can trigger and event that some one committed to a repo. This script can be used by anyone, but the reaction should be different by every company. So it's possible to trigger a build, or just post a message in chat. As a plus with the same event triggered by different scripts, so it wouldn't make a difference if you commit into github or just another (maybe SVN) repo. But other scripts can rely on that 'commit-received' command and act the same way.
… to ^<name> and ^@<name> messages.