Release Notes: Improvements include fixes in P10 handling, numeric access levels for ChanServ, and a new slab allocator with optional redzone support. Many fixes and improvements have also been made.
Release Notes: This version features many architectural improvements and bugfixes, including a new modular command system which allows commands from any service to be bound to any bot, a new highly configurable logger, and support for ircu 2.10.11 account stamping. There have been many other changes to the individual services too numerous to list here.
Release Notes: A number of bugs were fixed, and some accounting messages were made less ambiguous. The most noticeable changes are making !topic work like /topic, not like !set topic, and adding a join_flood_moderate option to OpServ.
Release Notes: This version fixes all known stability bugs in srvx 1.1.0 and 1.1.1. Only minor feature changes have been made.
Release Notes: NickServ now has support for email verification of some account management; for example, verifying yourself if you are on a different hostmask or you have forgotten your password. There is a new service, HelpServ, that manages queues of questions and tracks them for more effective staff support. On the administrative end, many features have been added to make life easier for network staff; channel suspension and do-not-register reasons are examples. The proxy checking has also been simplified, making it more reliable and portable.
Release Notes: This release supports ircu's +D channel mode. For security, NickServ can require fully qualified addressing for commands involving passwords (for example, "/msg NickServ@YourNet auth password" instead of "/msg NickServ auth password"). OpServ will check alerts when a user changes their nick, in addition to when they log on to the network. OpServ will log users joining a channel during a join flood. ChanServ tracks the maximum visitors in a channel, and the last time a ban was triggered. Many small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release features experimental support for the Undernet dialect of the ircu P10 protocol and improved ban tracking.
Release Notes: Fixes for three crash bugs in ChanServ, and more robust ban handling and uplink management.
Release Notes: Many crashes and bugs, major and minor, have been eliminated; with the exception of proxy checking, srvx is considered stable enough for production use. It is currently used by GamesNET, a large, ten thousand user IRC network dedicated to gaming.
Release Notes: The final beta release of gnetservices before 1.0 is available. This code is linked to a large IRCU 2.10.08 network (http://www.GamesNET.net/) 24 hours a day, and is bearing up well under a moderate load.