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Re: IRC on OpenBSD (and vice versa)
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: IRC on OpenBSD (and vice versa)
- From: Joey Freeland <joey_(_at_)_gngsta_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003 11:14:51 -0600
> > * Anyone care to recommend an IRC client for a beginner? I'm
> > inclined to try IRCII for simplicity but would appreciate
> > suggestions.
> I happen to like epic4 (based on ircII). It is text based and
> scriptable. I personally like the "jmz" script very much.
epic4 rocks. Maybe try anduril from anduril.org.
> > * Can anyone suggest some servers/channels where a person would be
> > welcome to lurk around and hear some interesting discussions about
> > OpenBSD?
> #openbsd on irc.freenode.net is pretty good place to go, although I've
> never seen that channel get really busy. You may also be able to find
> some OpenBSD afficionados in #linpeople on freenode; it is a very
> active channel. Granted, it is a linux channel, but I've found the
> regulars in there to be friendly and helpful, unlike many of the efnet
> channels that I used to frequent.
There's always #openbsd on EFnet (irc.efnet.net) as well.
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