phergie-irc-parser 1.1.0 is now available on Github and Packagist. Many thanks to our first contributor Henri Watson for his participation in this release. Changes: Following our last post regarding the new phergie-irc-parser project, we're happy to announce that the second Phergie sub-project, phergie-irc-generator, is now available. This sub-project provides a fairly fast and easy-to-use PHP-based library for programmatically generating messages conforming to the IRC protocol. You can find the source code for it on GitHub and it is available on Packagist as well. This project has sadly not received as much attention over the last year as in past years. We were hoping to get into a more regular release cycle, but it's been more than a year since the last release. We are, however, hoping to get 2.2.0 out within the year. A few maintenance releases may follow 2.2.0, but not long after that the 2.x branch of Phergie will reach EOL. Following the 2.2.0 release, efforts will be focused on Phergie 3, which will entail a number of changes we're very excited about. We're happy to announce the first Phergie sub-project, phergie-irc-parser. This sub-project provides a fairly fast and easy-to-use PHP-based parser for streams of data conforming to the IRC protocol. You can find the source code for it on GitHub and it is on Packagist as well. We hope to have more announcements soon. Stay tuned!