On Thu, Jan 18, 2001 at 09:48:14AM -0700, email@example.com wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 18, 2001 at 06:14:50AM +0000, Thomas Flavel wrote:
> > Um, given that people are noticing the channel, and asking me questions I don't know the
> > answers to, does this mean it's time to annouce it on www.gentoo.org? :)
> Hrm, I dunno. I don't have the time to lurk on irc; doing so would eliminate
> any possibility of being productive. We need an IRC liaison who can act as our
Fair enough, I think it's clear what's more important :)
> representative and try to answer as many questions as possible, and forward
> the ones he can't answer to the list. Then, I'd feel comfortable mentioning the
> channel on the web site.
> For those who don't know, this irc channel is part of the open projects network.
> You can get a list of hostnames to connect to at http://www.openprojects.nu.
> A popular one is us.opirc.nu, and of course the channel name is #gentoo.
Well, I'll keep hold of the channel until something happens...
#debian have an irc front-end to apt which I thought was quite a nice idea; I was wondering
about a similar thing for portage - to check current versions etc? I'm writing an irc client at
the moment, once I fix up the socket code I'll have a go at interfacing it to portage once I
get time - there are a few things I need to sort out first before I can get back to any
opensource projects for the next few days,