UbuntuLiveChatSupport Testers Needed.
Joel Bryan T. Juliano
joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com
Tue May 2 16:37:34 BST 2006
I just release a new version 0.3.14-7 with alots of improvement
* Change the name "Auto-Join Default" to "Default"
* Overhaul the Local Channel names
* A new channel will be autojoined based on language.
* Added the language to "Local Languages" group
* Change the name of "Local Ubuntu Channels" to "Local Channels"
* UI improvements, in Nick registration, add a "Passwords do not match"
* Impliment a settings in login page to choose from 2 different layout,
the default top channels tab and alternative left channels tab. The
static xchat-gnome look is removed.
* Add a new checkbox for privacy, when registration.
* Impliment registration privacy when the checkbox is toggled.
Please send any comments regarding this release, and help me widespread
the testing to make it into dapper.
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On Sat, 2006-04-29 at 14:15 +0800, Joel Bryan T. Juliano wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> I would like to have a little favor from anyone of you guys here
> in ubuntu-desktop. Recently, I made a simple app that allows the user
> to get live chat from other users easily, via "Help > System > Live Chat
> Support". It's the http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuLiveChatSupport, and
> currently I can't tell how stable it is, but just a few of my friends "3
> friends" just test it, and they said it's cool. Now I'm writing to you
> guys and asking for help, because it really needs rigorous testing
> before it can be a good help.
> I got here the links of the debian packages, and the patched
> Anyone here would like to test them out, please send me comments at
> joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com, in the wiki page, or this mailing-list.
> Ubuntu Live Chat Support 0.3.14-6 debian package:
> Gnome Panel prepatched version:
> Changes in the new release.
> ubuntu-live-support (0.3.14-6) stable; urgency=high
> * Impliment fail-proof registration, that autoclean incomplete and
> failed registration attempts due to system crash or when the user press
> cancel while registering.
> * Automatically set the nickname entry, to the registered nick.
> -- Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com> Sat, 29 Apr 2006
> 11:23:45 +0800
> Changes in the last releases
> ubuntu-live-support (0.3.14-5) stable; urgency=high
> * Overhauled the Process ID handling, now it's killall free!
> * Change the desktop entry to Applications;GTK;Core;
> * Change the way parts of the software is called, now uses modular
> on all things.
> * Impliment xchat-style in gaim interface.
> -- Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com> Fri, 28 Apr 2006
> 07:29:27 +0800
> ubuntu-live-support (0.3.14-4) unstable; urgency=low
> * Due to security imposed delays for freenode registration, because of
> abusive bots, delays are now used in nick registration.
> * Delay time can change dynamically, this release fixes by capturing the
> exact delay time and add 20 more seconds if the machine is busy and
> doing multitasking jobs. The constant 200 seconds is removed.
> -- Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan at localhost> Wed, 26 Apr 2006 10:46:40
> ubuntu-live-support (0.3.14-3) unstable; urgency=low
> * Added a 200 seconds delay for nick registration
> -- Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan at localhost> Wed, 26 Apr 2006 06:39:25
> ubuntu-live-support (0.3.14-2) unstable; urgency=low
> * Fixed the NickServ NOTICE Handler!, now a fully functional
> registration system even if the user who owns the nick is offline! rock!
> -- Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan at localhost> Wed, 26 Apr 2006 06:00:14
> ubuntu-live-support (0.3.14-1) unstable; urgency=high
> * Initial .deb release
> * Made alot of changes over the last release, and now it support an easy
> to use automated registration system, which features nick availability
> checking that check if the nick is registered to someone else.
> * A non-registered login option is now included that prefixes the nick
> with "guest_" so they are identified as unregistered.
> * There's also alot of UI improvements and features over the past
> release, now it's more attractive, and professional looking - easy to
> use app.
> * The user's automated buddy list also improve, the localized channels
> are now added, and #ubuntu and #ubuntu-<locale> have a group called
> "Auto-join Default".
> * It still needs a fully functional regular expression to recognize
> NickServ's NOTICE Handler, other than /320/ and /433/ IRC server
> numerical values. A message telling the user that a particular nick is
> not available will only be possible if a user is online and/or a user
> has been identified to nickserv's services.
> -- Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com> Sat, 22 Apr 2006
> 14:44:43 +0800
> The software is under consideration, and I really don't have a large
> user-base to test it. Please I need everyone's cooperation to test it.
> To anyone who pioneer for testing, I'm really really grateful for all
> your efforts. All of these great wonders of Open Source is none without
> pioneers and volunteers!
Joel Bryan T. Juliano <joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com>
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