On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, Daire Fagan wrote:
> Within the next few weeks I shall be setting up an Irish based IRC server. I
> was looking through some of the old messages on this mailing list when some
> related to IRC caught my attention. Was the channel #ilug every created?
> Does ILUG still have an interest in real time discussions? If so I would
> invite any and all members of ILUG to set up such a channel on my upcoming
> server. I am eager to here any comments and queries anyone might have on
> this matter.
I think this was "voted down" for the main reason that most people would
not be able to stay on IRC very long. Also many people might not have
access to port 6667 (IRC port, AFAIK), me for one...
I would be interested in it, only at the weekends tho'..
Which IRC net would you use? Please, please syat clear of Dal...maybe
It would be nice to have there, if there was enough people available.
Also, remember IRC doesn't always stick to the topic of the channel:)
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