Prosodical Thoughts

News, announcements and thoughts from the Prosody IM team

Prosody 0.11.4 released

by The Prosody Team. Tags: release .

We are pleased to announce a new minor release from our stable branch. This release contains a number of bug fixes and a couple of performance improvements. A summary of changes in this release: Fixes and improvements core.rostermanager: Improve performance by caching rosters of offline #1233 mod_pep: Handling subscriptions more efficiently #1372 Minor changes util.interpolation: Support unescaped variables with more modifiers #1452 MUC: Mark source of historic messages correctly #1416 mod_auth_internal_hashed: Pass on errors #1477 mod_mam, mod_muc_mam: Improve logging of failures #1478, #1480, #1481 mod_muc, mod_muc_mam: Reschedule message expiry in case of failure mod_mam: Add flag to session when it performs a MAM query prosodyctl check: Warn about conflict between mod_pep and mod_pep_simple prosodyctl check: Warn about conflict between mod_vcard and mod_vcard_legacy #1469 core.

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Prosody 0.11.3 released

by The Prosody Team. Tags: release .

We are pleased to announce a new minor release from our stable branch. This is a bugfix release for the stable 0.11 branch. It is recommended for all users of 0.11.x to upgrade. Important note for those upgrading: Previous releases did not automatically expire messages from group chat (MUC) archives, so if mod_muc_mam was loaded and enabled for a MUC, archives would grow indefinitely. This is not what most deployments want, therefore automatic expiry is now implemented and enabled with a default 7 day retention.

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Survey reminder and FOSDEM

by The Prosody Team.

This is a reminder that the 2019 community survey is still open, as announced earlier. We are always discovering new people and projects using Prosody that we were unaware of. We do not have any kind of tracking in Prosody, and it is impossible for us to know how many deployments there are worldwide. It is therefore easy for us to miss out on feedback from users who are not actively engaged in the project, but whose feedback is just as valuable to us.

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Prosody 0.11.2 released

by The Prosody Team. Tags: release .

We are pleased to announce a new minor release from our stable branch.

This is a minor bugfix release. It fixes a handful of small but important issues.

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Welcoming 2019

by The Prosody Team.

Happy New Year!

It is my firm belief that it is the community, and not the code, that makes an open-source project what it is. With that in mind, I’d like to thank you, the community around Prosody for making the project what it is. Whether you contribute code, help test nightly builds, develop packages, support others in our chatroom and mailing lists, or simply report bugs so that we can fix them - you have helped shape the project, and helped make the project better for everyone. For that - thank you!

As well as reflecting on what we have to be grateful for, there is no better time than the start of a new year to look at the past and what we have achieved, the present, and of course look forward to the future. First, let’s start with our achievements over the past 12 months.

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Prosody 0.10.3 released

by The Prosody Team. Tags: release , security .

Three releases in less than a week! I think it’s a record. This one is a minor security and bugfix release from our 0.10.x branch, for users and packagers who are not quite ready to make the jump to 0.11 just yet. We will continue to maintain the 0.10 branch in this way with security and major bugfixes until further notice.

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Prosody 0.11.1 released

by The Prosody Team. Tags: release .

We are pleased to announce a new minor release from our stable branch.

This is a small bugfix release for some issues that were identified since the release, mainly for the CSI and traffic optimisations.

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Lua 5.2-compatible package backports

by The Prosody Team. Tags: packages .

After the release of 0.11.0 last week, it became apparent that a lot of people have been affected by some of our optional dependencies not being packaged for Lua 5.2 in most current Debian and Ubuntu versions.

We just published backports of the two most requested libraries, lua-dbi and lua-event, to our package repository.

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Prosody 0.11.0 released

by The Prosody Team. Tags: release .

We are pleased to announce the eagerly anticipated release of Prosody 0.11.0!

This is the first release in the 0.11 series, which will now be considered the stable series. With over 2000 commits this release couldn’t have been achieved without the help from our many contributors, testers and other community members. Thanks!

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PEP improvements in trunk

by The Prosody Team. Tags: features .

Our next trunk nightly release uses a new implementation of PEP (XEP-0163) by default. PEP is used for a number of things, primarily sharing with your contacts: Extended statuses (e.g. sharing the user’s current playing music, their mood, activity, etc.) Avatars OMEMO keys Chatroom bookmarks While PEP started out as a simplified form of ‘pubsub’ and a way to share information with your contacts, it quickly became clear that it was also a neat mechanism for sharing public info with non-contacts (such as OMEMO keys) or sharing private data (such as saved chatrooms) with other clients on your account.

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