Amnith's Invite Broadcaster (amnib by short) is a small addon that does three things:
Broadcasts to the guild chat that invites for the given instance have started.
Invites people whispering invite to you to your group/raid.
Mass-invites people to your group.
Broadcasting can be done by typing /ib start <instance>, for instance: /ib start Karazhan sends "Invites for Karazhan have started. For an invite, please whisper me 'invite' without the quotes." to the guild chat. To reannounce, use /ib announce.
Invites happen when people whisper you the exact word invite when the inviter has been activated. The inviter saves its state over sessions. To stop taking invites, type /ib stop.
Full command list /ib start <instance>: Starts the auto-invites and broadcasts to the guild if instance specified. /ib stop: Stops the auto-invites. /ib status: Shows the current status of the invite broadcaster. /ib announce: Announces the previously started instance invite. /ib massinv <player1> [player2] [player3] [...]: Performs a mass invite for all players passed. /ib text: Shows current text to broadcast. /ib text <text>: Allows to set the text for invites. <INSTANCE> specifies the instance, <KEYWORD> specifies the default invite keyword. /ib resettext: Resets invite text to default. /ib keyword [<add|del|default> keyword]: With no parameters, lists current auto-invite keywords. Otherwise adds or removes given keyword, or sets it to the standard for broadcasting. /ib version: Shows you what version you are using.
- Added more functionality. Let the version follow the game major version.
- Hopefully made the addon more generic with better code quality.
- Made it compatible with Cataclysm.
- Why wasn't this addon on github?
- Follow World of Warcraft's major version numbering instead of living a version life of it's own.
- Updated the TOC version.
- Bumped TOC and added working with Wrath of the Lich King.
- Now saving information about which instance the current invites are going to.
- Added a /ib announce command to reannounce.
- Made it possible to stop auto-inviting through /ib start and /ib stop
- More commands!