"Burke, Gary : GIG IS&T" wrote:
>> ]this was discussed before. Colm does not want to put an IRC on luatha
> ](did I spell that right?) & other people pointed out that most people
> ]can't have irc sessions (firewalls) or have time to have an irc session
> ]open when they are in work.
> ]anyways there is the #linux channel on irc.indigo.ie if u want.
>> The undernet irc channels would probably be better. Try
> stlouis.mo.us.undernet.org, I think. Something like that (I haven't used
> IRC in a long long time). They would be active a lot of the time, and I
> know a few people from here frequent them too.
Come along to Efnet #Linux if you want to drop in on a channel that
is always busy (normally around 180 clients). See http://www.linux-help.org
for details. We have a few small rules that are mostly common-sense for
such a large and active channel that mainly involve politeness :)
no shouting, repeating like crazy, colours or offering/asking for warez etc.
#Linux requires users to be identded so open up port 113 on your firewall.
We have a handy little bot called helper (perl with postgresSQL) that will
anything it can i.e /msg helper ex linux .
Come along, help the newbies, chat with the seasoned veterans and have fun :)
Colin Fowler aka Gnubie_ (Efnet #Linux Channel Operator)
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