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* [https://rivadavide.blogspot.it/2017/06/brooklyn-0.1-is-out.html  Brooklyn 0.1 is out there: full Telegram and IRC support]
 
* [https://rivadavide.blogspot.it/2017/06/brooklyn-0.1-is-out.html  Brooklyn 0.1 is out there: full Telegram and IRC support]
 
* [http://rivadavide.blogspot.it/2017/07/stop-writing-code-like-were-in-90s.html Stop writing code like we're in the '90s: a practical approach (PART I)]
 
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=== Citations ===
 
=== Citations ===

Revision as of 13:59, 8 August 2017

Brooklyn

Chat Bridge (now called Brooklyn) is intended to be a protocol-independent chat-bridge to allow messages forward to and from various chat systems.

It has to support Telegram, RocketChat and IRC but it has to be modular (for future expansions).

Current solutions do not offer an adequate integration because, besides generic text, not much is implemented. A big missing feature is the ability to exchange complex formats, such as images or file attachments.

Work report

Blog posts

Citations

Code

Contributions to external repos

Binaries


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