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I just found Timezone.io today and am experimenting with it in the context of a Hubot script (GitHub repo). I definitely see the appeal of exposing this detail to our community. I just don't like the idea of forcing them to register for a new service, simply to provide the detail that already exists inside Ryver.
It would be great to have bot actions to set the current timezone (for when we're traveling). It also would be great to have the bot action contextually get the current timezones for members - in the Direct Message, the Private Team, the Open Forum or the Organization.
Hi team, again I must say I'm liking this app more and more as I use it. Anyway I was just wondering, is it possible to have the forum or team icon display next to its name on the navigation pane? It displays at the top of the chat room once I'm already in it, but it would be nice if I could select the chat room I want to get into, by identifying its icon. Its like when I see Jeff's picture in the idea thread I know the post is from him instantly. This will also brighten up the navigation pane a bit. Maybe this feature is already there but I doesn't work for me for some reason, I'm not sure. Btw, I think priority for this feature should be the desktop app. Thanks!
Would love to be able to generate Ryver usage statistics for all members. These stats would show information for a period specified. Example stats below:
- How many chat messages a user sent
- How many posts a user sent
- Last login
- Emoticon count
Basically stats to show a single users or all users combined activity on Ryver.
How about a customizable slash command to fire up a WebRTC service like https://appear.in/? That would allow us to immediately fire up a group video conversation within our Ryver platform ...
PS - It would be great to allow our own settings in case we're using something different in the future. Again, As previously mentioned, we would be happy have those settings in EddyBot (similar to the Enrollment URL interface), so as to simplify the coding effort. After all, it's really only something we use once or twice in an Admin role ...
I tried to post some code today
How ever it wouldn't work. I found you could do ''' but as soon as I pressed return it just added a blank code snippet so I have to create it in notepad so I could paste it into ryver.
Example try to send 3*5*6
When trying to login from an Android device using the input box (for organizations) the text is automatically changed by what seems to be a running script. On the Andriod platform this causes my Tablet (an Asus Android Tranformer with an external keyboard) to act oddly.
It seemingly confuses the keyboard app and causes very strange behavior. Such as having to type each character twice or having the wrong keystroke show up on the screen. Creating a very tricky effort to login.
This problem is also less evident but persists on the Desktop when doing a login from chrome. It seems you guys/gals placed a script to auto-magically turn all character into minor letters. But this seems to cause problems on Tablets and Desktops. As the input box seems to constantly rewrite what is present in the box as you type each character.
In our Ryver community (ibmioss) we have a lot of chats that get promoted to posts and that is very confusing if you started a chat and it was promoted to a post by somebody else (you wonder "where'd it go?"). I then need to go to the posts tab and start looking. Instead it would be good if an existing chat could be marked as a post and that would start a form of indentation within the chat pane. This means the post tab would go away. This would also necessitate a "Filter" feature on the chat pane (maybe refactored to not be named chat, because posts would also be there) that would allow just posts to be displayed.
I don't want to derail this feature that's already planned. But I did want to convey that the current approach is not immediately intuitive (and even after understanding the feature I still get lost).
This would be a great place to have a "Forums" button in the list, for admins at least. This way an admin can quickly see how many and to which forums the guest has been invited. Currently you must go to the each forum and see if the guests are in the roster.
Please consider adding the ability for Admins to be able to segregate or cluster forums by topics.
We use Ryver as a job management/ticket tool for different process stacks involved in a Tv Repair business.
We are trying it out (and it is a great help) and find that we have about 30+ Forums for all repair jobs (by name) but are unable to group together different forums into "stacks". We would like the ability to "group"/"stack" different people at different stages of a process pipeline together so we can know at a glance how many people are at which stage of the pipeline. From Diagnosis to Ordering parts to Repaired.
As there is a pipeline that gradually evolves for each separate Forum it becomes time consuming to keep tabs on which forum is at which stage of a process.
On Linux 32bits (Ubuntu and Lubuntu) it's impossible to start Ryver.
We got the following error :
./Ryver: 2: ./Ryver: Syntax error: "(" unexpected
I have try numerous commands like
sudo ./Ryver sudo sh Ryver sudo bash Ryver ... and without sudoBut same error
So as a software developer, i refer to versions ALOT. However i guess Ryver does not like speaking of versions...
5.1.*, 5.5.*, 6.0.*
When i put that in the chat to refer to 3 major builds with any of the revisions related, Ryver takes it upon its self to change that to
5.1., 5.5., 6.0.*
So it appears there is a problem with a period followed by the asterisk followed by a comma?????
Similar to the old Yahoo Messenger "Buzz" feature it would be nice to have the option to grab another user's attention via a full scree alert or overlay that would require a dismissal. Noisy environments sometimes cause alerts to be missed or working on multiple systems at once.
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