Phoenix.pm: Meeting 04/4/2000
root at nebuchadnezzar.slowass.net
Thu Mar 30 15:21:22 CST 2000
I've always wondered what kind of people get ops on those.
Re: connecting to EFNet, yes, that is overkill. I would rather not deal
with the spam, splits, channel nazis, identd security, etc. If a quick
concensus of the people who voted for IRC says to use a private server, we
can do that. Someone who I work with has kindly made theirs available for
this purpose if we wish to take advantage of it. That offer is up.
On Thu, 30 Mar 2000, EdelSys Consulting wrote:
> At 12:31 PM 3/30/00 -0800, you wrote:
> >I suggest at some point during the evening, we all swing by and visit
> >#perl. The people there are extremely friendly, and welcome visits from
> >all sorts of Perlmongers. =|
> #cgi, and #poetry. So you might want to drop by those channels too.
> Friendly people there!
> >On Thu, 30 Mar 2000, Douglas E. Miles wrote:
> >> We'll be having a virtual Phoenix.pm meeting Tuesday, April 4th at
> >> 7:00PM.
> >> It will be held in #phoenix.pm on EFNet IRC. It will be open
> >> discussion. Tony already has it set up, so if you are new to IRC (like
> >> me) I would recommend that you download the approriate software for your
> >> platform and give it a try before meeting time. Post your
> >> questions/problems to the list, as someone else might have the same
> >> question/problem.
> >> --
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> >> to improve our quality of life, press 3.
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