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Get Mozbot 2.6!
Download Mozbot 2.6 [download.html#cvs or get it using CVS.] The new version of Mozbot is here, featuring a long list of improvements, a new Google module, support for Secure IRC servers and more. Try it out for yourself.
The best place to start learning about mozbot is [faq.html the FAQ], followed by asking us on IRC (specifically, #mozbot on irc.mozilla.org).
After 7 long years, Mozbot 2.6 is finally out! New features since 2.4:
- New Google Module
- A much improved Bugzilla module, featuring the ability to report activity from Bugzilla.
- SSL Support for Secure IRC Servers
- Translate now supports Google and Yahoo in addition to Babelfish
- and a long list of improvements...
Mozbot 2.4 is out! Things to look for since the last release:
- The KookBot module ("Think about the tyranny, malignant and unjust, and how it compares with truthful rational approach.").
- An XML Logging Module (see the sample output).
- A Conversion module (for converting hex to decimal, Fahrenheit to Centigrade, and so on).
- A Magic Eight Ball module.
- Mozbot now checks to see if it really joined a channel instead of blindly assuming it has.
- Added friendliness in the Infobot and Greeting modules.
There are also several other minor fixes that should make module
development easier (you can now send
instance -- see the documentation).
Download the [http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/webtools/mozbot-2.4.tar.gz source
tarball] or read the [download.html#cvs instructions for updating mozbot using
CVS] and have fun!
Mozbot 2.2 is out! We recently added a Personal List Module, a Quiz Module, and some minor fixes to stop mozbot flooding the network when a tinderbox server goes down. Grab the source tarball and start chatting!
The Infobot module made it in at last! We also got an often-requested feature implemented in the God module, namely proper IRC hostmasks, thanks to Jake.
Lots of activity over the past few weeks, in preparation for the release of mozbot 2.2! Highlights: Stocks module, !seen, lots of bug fixes. There's lots more to come, but they need reviews.