I recently merged recent updates to the hive condenser repository, so it is relatively in sync with current state of hive.blog. This has already been deployed for a few weeks, so you may have already noticed. Some of you also identified a few issues as well, so thanks for that! The changes were quite substantial so the merge required a significant amount of effort. This isn't a comprehensive list, but includes:
- Hive onboard beneficiary changes
- Hivesigner integration (although you'll see @ewd as the account, which I should probably change at some point. If you own a tribe and want to set up your own app account, reach out and I will change it to yours)
- HF24 support
- Communities, see below
- Twitter, video embeds
Nitrous instances has limited supported for communities. Where it makes sense, it will expose community information the same was hive.blog does, e.g. any instance of
hive-#### will be replaced by the name. I have also made a change to use the community titles for the badges next to a user's name.
Also, for the community corresponding to the tribe, badges for the Nitrous will use the given community titles. For the time being, pins/mutes/reports will not work, as it will need Scotbot changes to look for those community operations and record them. Tribe accounts can mute/unmute posts with a custom json operation, however.
Not much has changed in Scotbot, but we should be ready for HF24 as it will involve updating the beem library and a few small areas.
Otherwise I'm generally still maintaining Scotbot and Nitrous, but due to other obligations it is in a fairly limited capacity. We will be looking into integrations with chat though as mentioned in this post.
That's all for now, stay safe and sane!