[TriLUG] IRC lack-of-fun
bpitzer at gmail.com
Wed Aug 30 14:15:10 EDT 2006
Incidentally, we're not the only ones having a problem with freenode
lately. Some of you may be aware that the official #debian channels have
moved to oftc as well. Not sure if any other channels have or are
considering moving, though.
On 8/30/06, David McDowell <turnpike420 at gmail.com> wrote:
> All other linux related channels I stay connected to are on freenode
> (or other channels for linux stuff that I pop in and out of), I don't
> connect to any other irc networks and prefer the simplicity of staying
> on one network.
> Although I wouldn't want to have to connect to multiple networks
> *sigh*, I would support TriLUG running their own ircd but then would
> you have sysadmin time requirements and bandwidth considerations? I
> know some (like me) keep a screen on dargo with irssi to freenode
> anyway, but that isn't everyone, so I'd presume bandwidth usage would
> my $0.01
> On 8/29/06, Jason Faulkner <jason at oldos.org> wrote:
> > > Should we (the steering committee, the sys-ad subcommittee) run an
> > > ircd on the login server (or another server in the same colo) that is
> > > just for #trilug?
> > Whatever solution, not that.
> > Make it some network we might already be connected to. 4 IRC networks
> > + 22 channels is already pushing my limits :).
> > --
> > Jason Faulkner
> > http://oldos.org
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