IRC?

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bigato
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Post by bigato »

Liar! You're not there right now!


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TheWanderingScholar
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Post by TheWanderingScholar »

Eh. Internet connection.


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I'll be around today.


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TheWanderingScholar
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Post by TheWanderingScholar »

YAW on.


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TheWanderingScholar
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I'm on.


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I'll be on for awhile today if anyone's keen (YAW, Bigato?!)


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TheWanderingScholar
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Hey YAW is on.


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I'm on. And it is 1:34 pm my time!


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Post by bigato »

anomie, are you there? You never answer me


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Post by anomie »

Hi bigato! Thank you for ere_forum_bot!
awesome!
sorry, off and on myself


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Post by JamesR »

This thread is a little absurd.. "I'm on, are you there?" repeated 10x. :P
I've popped by a few times but nobody was active.
I propose the following times:
Every Saturday & Sunday at 12AM PST ( 3PM EST or 8PM UK time)


bigato
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Post by bigato »

I'm on, are you there?

:-)


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Post by JamesR »

Reminder to everyone.
It's IRC time in 40 minutes!
Every Saturday & Sunday at 12AM PST ( 3PM EST or 8PM UK time)


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Post by bigato »

Who is up for a chat?
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Surio logged in on the irc! He stayed only one minute and said nothing, but he logged there! Hi Surio!
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Post by bigato »

For the non-technical people out there, here a very simple way to chat. Just click the link below, type any nick you want, write the words you see in the figure (captcha), and there you go!
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=ere&uio=d4


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Post by vivacious »

Anyone using this? I popped in briefly. It seems there aren't enough people on at the same time usually.
Someone mentioned a Skype group chat also. I dunno if people want to maintain some privacy or somethine but I bet that would have more activity probably.


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Re: IRC?

Post by anomie »

Just to give a thank you! to BIGATO for implementing this feature ... CHAT on our menu above ...

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Thank you!
(from the better late than never department)

bigato
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Re: IRC?

Post by bigato »

Well, thank you for the thank you, but now this feature is not available anymore, for reasons discussed in this other thread:
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=5747

But chatting over the irc is still possible for those so inclined. Usually you'll find at least a couple of people there. If you know what irc is and how to use it, connect to irc.freenode.net and enter the #ere room. If you have no idea what this means, you still can chat through the link below:
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=ere&uio=d4

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Re: IRC?

Post by fiby41 »

I suggest virtual meetups once a weekly/fortnight/monthly/quarterly instead of empty IRCs like the above one.

That will be better and there will be actual interesting discussion if enough people attend than people showing up on IRC at random times.

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