irc (was: Re: [Fsfe-ie] Meeting on Thursday)
ciaran at member.fsf.org
Thu Mar 11 16:17:02 CET 2004
> > > Where's the meeting on Thursday?
> > being down, but where is the meeting today?
> I think we should meet in Mahaffey's (for those who made the last
yeh, I was about to say Mahaffeys too. (if anyone has a map, please
A mailing list isn't a great way to work out things like this though.
Trivial stuff that requires many small mails, another example was the
request to use the gnu+harp logo at the IPRE rally - that mail got no
IRC. I think that's the answer, I'm not an irc person, I think I've
used it twice ever (before this week), but I've recently been trying to
figure out how to set up a channel to compliment this list. So...
#fs-ie on freenode.net
* it'd be real handy for quick decisions
* it'll be handy for stuff that requires more interactive-style
discussion (like pubs & logos)
* and (actually this is probably the most important point) It will allow
us to have Dublin-less meetings (or IFSO+AFFS meetings, etc...)
my username is coriordan, I'll try to be logged in for a few hours each
day. (although I mightn't be logged in much in the next three days because
I'm dead busy today, and I'll be in Galway Fri+Say)
I haven't figure out all the details about irc yet. I don't know
exactly what OPs are, but I don't think this is important.
If anyone on the list knows how to OP on irc, please become the OP of
this channel, and give out OP privilages liberally.
I chose the name fs-ie so that it's not an IFSO-thing, or an FSFE-thing,
it's just another free software and Ireland thing.
I picked freenode because I know nothing about irc but FSF endorsed it a
(others have since told me that it's a good quality irc provider)
Irish Free Software Organisation: http://ifso.info/
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