Brooklyn 0.1 is out there: full Telegram and IRC support
I'm glad to announce that a first stable version of Brooklyn is released!
What's new? Well:
- Telegram and IRC APIs are fully supported;
- it manages attachments (even Telegram's video notes), also on text-only protocols through a web server;
- it has an anti-flood feature on IRC (e.g. it doesn't notify other channels if an user logs out without writing any message). For this I've to say "thank you" to Cristian Baldi, a W2L developer which has this fabulous idea;
- it provides support for edited messages;
- SASL login mechanism is implemented;
- map locations are supported through OpenStreetMap;
- you can see a list of other channels' members typing "
botName users" on IRC or using "
/users" command on Telegram;
- if someone writes a private message to the bot instead of in a public channel, it sends him the license message "This software is released under the GNU AGPL license. https://phabricator.kde.org/source/brooklyn/";
This helped me providing a more stable and useful software for the first evaluation.
We are also considering writing a custom wrapper for the REST APIs because current solutions don't fits our needs.
The last post reached over 600 people and that's awesome!
As always I will appreciate every single suggestion.
Have you tried the application? Do you have any plans to do so? Tell me everything in the comments section down below!