profanity

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Jun 5, 2021
Attention, attention! Hello folks, we have implemented an attention flag in profanity. The attention flag can be used to mark chats and gro...
Nov 27, 2020
OMEMO OMEMO with profanity. ### Hello OMEMO! OMEMO needs crytographic materials. You can generated this crytographic materi...
Jun 9, 2020
Profanity 0.9.0 Four months and 350 commits after 0.8.1 we are happy to release [0.9.0](https://github.com/profanity-im/profanity/relea...
Apr 19, 2020
New mailing list I would like to announce that thanks to [toogley](https://github.com/toogley) we have a new mailing list. You can regis...
Apr 15, 2020
Contributing a Patch via GitHub Several people mentioned in our MUC that they have problems contributing code to the Profanity repo on GitHub because "...
Apr 9, 2020
XML console in Profanity Profanity is an XMPP client that allows you to chat with friends. But one feature makes it more than just a client. The...
Mar 3, 2020
How to run profanity instances within tmux If you have more than one XMPP account, you may run one profanity process per account. For example `profanity -a Accoun...
Feb 14, 2020
Last Message Correction From 10th to 14th February 2020 we had [Hackweek 19](https://hackweek.suse.com/19/projects) at SUSE. Part of that time ...
Feb 3, 2020
Profanity 0.8.0 On 2012-02-02 the first commit to Profanity was done by [@boothj5](https://github.com/boothj5). So now Profanity is alr...
Jan 26, 2020
How to get a backtrace When you're running profanity master it may occur that profanity crashes with SIGSEGV or SIGABRT when new features...