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RedGhost



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#flatassembler on irc.freenode.net

The channel has degraded so far it is now just scientica and me that idle, this is a poor representation of flat assembler.

Idle, idle, idle.

thanks Very Happy.

edit: Today there was a record 10 idlers, keep it going! There was even some conversation Wink.

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Post 21 Jul 2006, 05:41
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mattst88



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You'd think a forum of 2000 would be able to put more than 4 people in an IRC channel. Get on there and talk it up, guys Smile
Post 01 Aug 2006, 01:34
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Madis731



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Usually when I'm on IRC (mostly #MenuetOS) then I end up talking with people and not coding anything RazzRazzRazz
Post 01 Aug 2006, 10:41
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Madis731 wrote:
Usually when I'm on IRC (mostly #MenuetOS) then I end up talking with people and not coding anything RazzRazzRazz



weak minded coder Surprised

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Post 01 Aug 2006, 10:52
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Maybe we could try to arrange some fixed time (let's say, once a week) when we would enter the channel and give some life to it? Wink
Post 06 Aug 2006, 20:17
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0x4e71



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
Maybe we could try to arrange some fixed time (let's say, once a week) when we would enter the channel and give some life to it? Wink


That is a nice idea.
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Madis731



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Friday evening would be free for an average person that works 9-5 Mon-Fri and that other person who goes to school at the same time. People with shifts can have a free Friday evening at every other week Very Happy

If it helps I can idle on the IRC at every workday...that doesn't mean that I communicate Very Happy
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Tomasz Grysztar



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You mean "evening" as for GMT? Wink
Post 07 Aug 2006, 07:40
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0x4e71



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Hehe it's tricky Smile
If you make it friday evening late enough (22,23:00 CET), west-coast based ppl who work/study should also be able to join, but then it becomes REALLY late in eastern europe, not to mention asia Confused

/L
P.S. no wonder companies have "follow-the-sun" helpdesks Very Happy
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Madis731



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I think the only way out is to be there on "whenever you can" bases Wink

EDIT: Damn - my laptop crashed!
Post 07 Aug 2006, 12:47
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RedGhost



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Well a friday night in mid/eastern european time zones is around 3-4am PST for me Razz.

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DataHunter2009



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I've seen a ton of websites try to do IRC schedules. They never work. Most people forget, or they have other things to do. The best things to make members active is to make some incentives. Maybe a coding contest every week or something. Add some variety to the channel that makes people want to join. A little more advertising would help, too. Maybe a message at the top of the forum or on the FASM homepage.
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0x4e71



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An IRC bot could select a random #flatassembler visitor as the winner of a signed (by Tomasz) copy of the Fasm manual.

This could be sponsored by Intel&HP in exchange for Tomasz adding Itanium support to Fasm, in the hope of decreasing the world's total disintrest in this line of CPU's.

Just an idea.
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vid
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:DDD

no really, i use miranda for all chatting, and it only supports one IRC at the time, sorry
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RedGhost



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vid wrote:
:DDD

no really, i use miranda for all chatting, and it only supports one IRC at the time, sorry


If it only supports one IRC at a time then this is not a very good programme oO.

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If it only supports one IRC at a time then this is not a very good programme oO.

Miranda is a "global protocol client". It supports most major chat protocols. Just becuase it doesn't support IRC all that well, doesn't mean the program is worthless. There's still Yahoo, MSN, AOL, Jabber, etc.
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Madis731



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One Miranda-IM user here too Smile

BTW, its actively developed and what is not cuurently available, will be done in the future...just like FASM Very Happy
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I think Gaim is better than Miranda Very Happy
It handles as many clients as Miranda, and can log onto multiple IRC servers at once, in tabs.
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0x4e71



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vid wrote:
:DDD

no really, i use miranda for all chatting, and it only supports one IRC at the time, sorry


Even if you make a renamed copy of the DLL?
That's how I got my double MSN accounts working.

L
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UCM wrote:
I think Gaim is better than Miranda Very Happy
It handles as many clients as Miranda, and can log onto multiple IRC servers at once, in tabs.

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