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Re: [school-discuss] #schoolforge IRC channel
I'm in france right now and can't say much, but I used to be
a big fan of OpenProjects and was involved in administering
it (I cooridnated its conversion to dancer-ircd, though not
as well as I would have liked to due to some problems with a
certain person *cough*). I would strongly suggest we don't
get too comfortable on OpenProjects, there may be an
alternative which appears RSN which will be strongly
On Wed, 23 Jan 2002, Doug Loss wrote:
> Teemu wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Well, I have to admit it, I'm an IRC addict... ;)
> > So I had to setup a channel for SchoolForge at irc.openprojects.net.
> > Channel: #schoolforge
> > IRC network: Open Projects Net (irc.openprojects.net)
> > People who'd like to hang around, join in =)
> We also have a #schoolforge channel on moria.seul.org:7776. I don't
> know which (if either) will best serve for Schoolforge, so let's try
> them both at least for a while. I know that since moria only has
> channels for things SEUL is associated with, there aren't a lot of
> drop-in disruptors as you occasionally find on bigger IRC networks. Of
> course, the general run of SEUL people on the server can be annoying at
> times (can't we, Felipe, Manolo, Roger, etc.?).
> Doug Loss All I want is a warm bed
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