Release Notes: Top three plugins for fixes/features/cleanups: lastfm, rss, and markov. Bugfixes for: core, grouphug, imdb, lastfm, UNO! , rss, dict, del.icio.us, twitter, autorejoin, rot13, fortune, markov, bash, slashdot, youtube, and reaction.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes/improvements in the core (logging) and some plugins (figlet, UNO!, and RSS).
Release Notes: Another bugfix and tweak release, with a bonus plugin. geoip tries to detect the geographic location of a user from its host mask, and also works with generic IPs. It doesn't work for cloaked host masks, for obvious reasons.
Release Notes: This release has log rotation, nick recovery, and assorted fixes.
Release Notes: This is probably the last release candidate before 0.9.11.
Release Notes: Many new and updated plugins, including one to poll RSS feeds. A first step towards a better auth system (total revamp due in 0.9.11). Improvements to network and server code, which should provide greater stability. A new message queueing mechanism with bit rate throttling. A new logging framework for debugging and tracing the activities of the bot. A new split-db registry system for better performance and transactional usage of bdb for resilience. More integration with Nickserv where available, including optional automatic ghost-killing.
Release Notes: The program can now be installed using the included setup.rb or as a Ruby gem with "gem install rbot". A new configuration wizard was provided for first-time runs, which can be used to specify the server to connect to etc. Runtime configuration changes can now be made in IRC via the new config module. A new method for creating plugins and mapping them to strings without regexps was provided. Keyword (factoid) and URL searching were added, various user-supplied patches were applied, and numerous bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Ruby 1.8 compatibility, new plugins, and various improvements.