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Posted by: Twenty-Seven
« on: July 22, 2010, 05:54:34 PM »

>IRC chat
>Internet Relay Chat chat
>Chat chat
4 million google results disagree

seriously, "IRC chat" is not redundant in the least. The phrase describes a "chat" (room) using the "IRC" protocol.
Aw nuts.
Posted by: ∀xaj
« on: July 22, 2010, 10:33:08 AM »

>IRC chat
>Internet Relay Chat chat
>Chat chat
4 million google results disagree

seriously, "IRC chat" is not redundant in the least. The phrase describes a "chat" (room) using the "IRC" protocol.

Yeah.  If anything, IRC should be IRCP (Internet Relay Chat Protocol).
Posted by: Abwayax
« on: July 22, 2010, 12:58:32 AM »

>IRC chat
>Internet Relay Chat chat
>Chat chat
4 million google results disagree

seriously, "IRC chat" is not redundant in the least. The phrase describes a "chat" (room) using the "IRC" protocol.
Posted by: Twenty-Seven
« on: July 21, 2010, 10:37:23 PM »

>IRC chat
>Internet Relay Chat chat
>Chat chat
Posted by: Sherkel
« on: June 28, 2010, 09:34:48 AM »

so how long until this version of #glitchcity is ruined by whatever.
Great Question :D
Seeing as it's actually called #glitchcity, there must have been a lack of activity of the users who were part of the previous problem. The only other problem there has been is inactivity.
Posted by: SCf3
« on: June 27, 2010, 05:34:28 PM »

so how long until this version of #glitchcity is ruined by whatever.
Great Question :D
Posted by: Yuzihax
« on: June 27, 2010, 01:43:39 PM »

so how long until this version of #glitchcity is ruined by whatever.
Posted by: Abwayax
« on: June 27, 2010, 01:39:33 PM »

Today I'm announcing the official opening of the Glitch City Laboratories IRC chatroom, #glitchcity.

Click here to go to the web chat interface or set up your chat client to connect to #glitchcity on irc.eightzees.net.

This chatroom is governed by the same set of rules that GCLF is. As the official channel of the site, it is exempt from the "what happens in IRC stays in IRC" rule usually enforced for third-party channels such as #zanzibar.

BASIC IRC COMMANDS
(text in <brackets> is a placeholder. The word "channel" means chatroom)

* /join <channel> joins a channel. If the channel does not exist, it is created
* /part leaves the current channel.
* /quit disconnects from the server.
* /me <text> creates "action text" that might look something like this: " * malacoda <text>".
* /msg <user> sends a private chat message to another user. It is used to start private conversations.

NICKNAME COMMANDS

* /nick <nickname> changes your nickname. If the nickname you want is registered by someone else, you will be informed.
* /msg nickserv register <password> registers your nickname with NickServ, the nickname service. Registration with NickServ is optional unless you are in a position of authority on the channel: registration is required to configure ChanServ (the channel service) to grant you any form of authority. Registration also allows you to reserve a nickname as your own and prevent others from taking it.
* /msg nickserv identify <password> identifies your current nick to NickServ. This is like "logging in". If you connect using a registered nickname, NickServ will prompt you to "identify".
* /msg nickserv ghost <username> <password> disconnects another user who is using your nickname. This is also useful if you disconnect but your nick remains connected to the server (as a "ghost" user).

USING THE WEB INTERFACE
When you load the web applet, some security related dialogs will appear.

* If you see a dialog saying Do you want to run this application? click RUN. You may also check the Always trust content from this publisher to prevent this dialog from appearing in the future.
* If you see a dialog saying Block potentially unsafe components from being run? click NO. If you click Yes, the applet will not run properly.