RE: [midatlanticretro] .....- let's do the chat!
- In, on 06/02/05 at 04:15 PM,
"Evan" <evan947@...> said:
>IRC does seem to be the preference, even though the message has only beenFor people using Firefox or Mozilla, Chatzilla is a good client. No
>out for a few hours... damn the voting process, I say we use IRC. Let it
>I recommend the mIRC client for Windows, downloadable from all over the
windows needed as it will run on any platform that supports FF/Moz
(including windows). Latest version can be found at
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- OK... I found a client for OS X and I'm ready to chat.
73 de Ray
On Jun 2, 2005, at 2:13 PM, ahm wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 09:59:41AM -0700, Jim Scheef wrote:
>> I've NEVER used IRC.
>> I have no idea how to set up an account or whatever is needed.
> No account needed.
> Just fire up a client,
> tell it the server name (kildall.ath.cx)
> and join the channel (#march)
> I've put a robot in there just so folks don't feel lonely.
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73 de Ray