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Upgrade hubot to version 3.1.1 #1

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Here is everything you need to know about this upgrade. Please take a good look at what changed and the test results before merging this pull request.

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✳️ hubot (^2.17.0 → ^3.1.1) · Repo

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kakakakakku commented Nov 8, 2018

@​depfu rebase

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kakakakakku commented Nov 8, 2018

@​depfu merge

@depfu depfu bot merged commit 0e64920 into master Nov 8, 2018

@depfu depfu bot deleted the depfu/update/npm/hubot-3.1.1 branch Nov 8, 2018

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