Just to update you if you couldn't make it, the IRC party on Saturday
night was a success. In total, I counted at least 14 attendees, many of
whom stayed for some time and discussed various important topics such as:
- the weather
- ways to play with and break BitBot
- organization and lack thereof
- whether or not the party was occurring
- other nonsense that I can't recall
I propose that we make this a weekly event. Thoughts?
Assuming no vocal opposition, I encourage you to attend this coming
Saturday night EST, 04 January.
Happy New Year,
On Fri, 27 Dec 2019, Ben Harris wrote:
> On 12/27/19 9:57 AM, Bradley Gannon wrote:
>> Dear ~club:
>> You are cordially invited to a tilde.club IRC party. The party will take
>> place in #club and run tomorrow, Saturday 28 December 2019, through the
>> evening on America's east coast (approx. 1700--0100 EST, 2200--0600
>> UTC). All are encouraged to bring their typing fingers, some topics of
>> conversation, and a covered dish.
>> The purpose of this event is to increase synchronous, real-time traffic
>> between ~clubbers on IRC. Currently, not enough people are on at the
>> same time to make IRC much fun, but if we collect ourselves at appointed
>> times, then we can maybe fix that.
>> If this goes well, then maybe we can make it a weekly event. I'm open to
>> different dates and times for this sort of thing to accommodate
>> different schedules and time zones. Feel free to propose them in this
>> I hope to see you all there. No RSVP required, but comments on this idea
>> (positive or negative) are encouraged.
> I'll be on (I stay connected all the time anyways :P)!
> You should be able to run "chat" from your shell to open weechat and
> connect to our network. You can reach our network on localhost port 6667
> from tilde.club itself or by connecting to irc.tilde.chat on port 6697
> with ssl externally.
> There's also a webchat at https://web.tilde.chat/
> Join the #club channel!
> Info on our wiki: http://tilde.club/wiki/chat.html#irc