Today I created the 0.15 release for bayes-irc. Note, that I switched some things so now the library ia mostly based on the boost libraries. I am currently planning for major restructuring within the next release. One thing to be changed will be the stored classifiers, but for the time being you may pick up the current version for testing.
As a Christmas present I created release version 0.12 with additional doxygen documentations. Additionally I noted an increasing amount of downloads during the last few days. Maybe there are others on the internet interested in advancing this project. Just write me a note if so.
Today I finished organizing the subversion tree. Hopefully the strcture will be stable now.
For the next few weeks I'm planning to build up a web page for further instructions about the usage and possible future additions to this project.
If you're interested in joining this work, feel free to leave a message in the forums.
Today I released version 0.11 with minor improvements and a first X-Chat Win32 binary.
Today I released version 0.1 of bayes-irc including a training and a statistic program and plugin sources for mIRC and x-chat.
... without spam!
I finally managed to get this project on sf.net. Development on the library is stuck for about one year now. I'll have to include GPL and prepare for autoconf/automake before releasing any files. Stay tuned. Initial beta versions should be up within a week or stuff.