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# it is widely supported, including popular F/OSS implementations
 
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FreeCulture.org maintains an IRC channel at '''#freeculture''' on server '''irc.freenode.net'''.
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FreeCulture.org maintains an IRC channel at '''#freeculture''' on server '''irc.freenode.net'''. [irc://irc.freenode.net/freeculture Click here] if you have an IRC client installed.
  
 
== How to use ==
 
== How to use ==

Revision as of 05:43, 20 March 2006

Internet Relay Chat, or IRC, is an online protocol used to chat in near-realtime. IRC predates instant messaging and is particularly popular among F/OSS developers.

FreeCulture.org uses IRC for meetings and community chats, because

  1. it is an open protocol, and
  2. it is widely supported, including popular F/OSS implementations

FreeCulture.org maintains an IRC channel at #freeculture on server irc.freenode.net. Click here if you have an IRC client installed.

How to use

IRC is widely supported by many programs. Below are a few:

If your ISP attempts to block IRC, there are ways around an IRC block.

Web portal

In addition to the above programs that support IRC, Our friends at Yossman have setup a web based irc portal from which you can access #freeculture. In the first field, erase yossnet08 and enter your name with no spaces. In the second field, erase #wikipedia and enter #freeculture. Then, press the login button.

This may be particularly useful if you have trouble connecting via other mechanisms.

See also

External links