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StapleButter
Posted on 10-04-17 04:24 PM Link | #89988
As the IRC network that hosted our IRC channel is unmaintained and crumbling, we are moving the channel to a network that is in a better state.


irc.badnik.net / irc.rustedlogic.net
#kuribo64


Thank you.

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Kak
Posted on 10-04-17 04:31 PM (rev. 2 of 10-04-17 04:32 PM) Link | #89989
KLayout 4.0
as the legendary (?) quote goes

"RIP SERVER (old) CHANNEL, PARTY TIME"

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XenonNSMB
Posted on 10-04-17 04:32 PM Link | #89990
Nice, a new server where we can actually register with Nickserv!


also more convenient for me because i'm already on badnik for #tcrf





• Nadia: makes her BQFX file an AJ7
• SuperHackio: questions what that is
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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-04-17 04:35 PM (rev. 3 of 10-05-17 03:49 AM) Link | #89992
This reminds me that I need to figure out how to set up an IRC daemon at some point on my Ubuntu 14.04 VPS. I've tried Inspircd and got it working but could not get the services to work no matter what. :(

Edit: I managed to get ircd-hybrid + anope working on my Ubuntu 14.04 VPS. Not advertising tho o_O

Not sure if I'd be accepted on BadnikZONE considering my bad past at Jul and Kafuka, otherwise I'd make a channel on their network. ^^

StapleButter
Posted on 10-05-17 12:36 PM Link | #90032
you can always talk to Xkeeper

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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-06-17 07:53 AM Link | #90090
Thanks, I did - hopefully he responds soon. Better not bring this off topic however :P

iyenal
Posted on 10-06-17 03:17 PM Link | #90099
The main Kuribo64.net page don't have yet the IRC server name update.

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TheSunCat
Posted on 10-06-17 07:16 PM Link | #90106
Yeah, noticed that too.

We should have a in-Kuribo64.net IRC thing. To make it clearer: Have an IRC window right in the IRC page. Something like Discord online.
Maybe this is too much, but it's just an idea. ^^

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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-06-17 09:14 PM (rev. 2 of 10-06-17 09:14 PM) Link | #90110
Web IRC clients are generally a gateway for banned idiots to dodge their IRC bans. I'd vote against using one.

Kak
Posted on 10-06-17 10:19 PM (rev. 2 of 10-07-17 11:36 AM) Link | #90114
KLayout 4.0
Posted by TheSunCat
*snip*

if you're using a decent browser, since the link points to an IRC channel, clicking it should ask you to either use whatever local IRC client you have installed (ie: mIRC) or to use mibbit

I mean, it's possible to pull of a Jul by including a mibbit KiwiIRC iframe directly but why bother
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Dilene
Posted on 10-07-17 01:25 AM Link | #90117
Posted by Kak
I mean, it's possible to pull of a Jul by including a mibbit iframe directly but why bother


Because Mibbit is crap. Most people use an Android phone, so they can use a client that works for them and call it a day.
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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-07-17 04:45 AM Link | #90119
KiwiIRC is probably the best one out there but it masks the hostname so...

StapleButter
Posted on 10-07-17 08:04 AM Link | #90131
Posted by TheSunCat
Yeah, noticed that too.

We should have a in-Kuribo64.net IRC thing. To make it clearer: Have an IRC window right in the IRC page. Something like Discord online.
Maybe this is too much, but it's just an idea. ^^

We had one, for a while.

It was a Java applet, something insecure and bombarding users with scary warnings, and it crashed your browser half the time when loading.

It no longer works because its certificate has expired. It needs a certificate to be able to connect to external servers.


Mibbit/KiwiIRC/etc are an okay option as long as a) they're not full of ads and b) they don't act as a proxy and hide the user's identity. Part b) is the IRC server's responsibility.


I'll add that for a while, NSMBHD had a qirc page and had its own IRC server for that reason. It was technically neat, but the only newcomers who ever appeared on IRC were random idiots.

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XenonNSMB
Posted on 10-07-17 09:01 AM Link | #90134
KiwiIRC isn't full of ads but it masks your hostname. It's already allowed on Badnik and Kiwi is actually linked to as a web IRC client on TCRF and Jul's IRC pages. Could potentially allow stupid people to bypass bans, however.

Anyway yeah the IRC page should probably be updated.





• Nadia: makes her BQFX file an AJ7
• SuperHackio: questions what that is
<~StapleButter> the AJ7 is an automatic rifle model based on the well-known AK47

ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-07-17 11:32 AM Link | #90156
It'd be best probably to install a qwebirc client on the server directly, I don't think that one masks hostnames at all if you choose not to do so (or at least it displays a hexadecimal variant of the user's own hostname).

Kak
Posted on 10-07-17 11:41 AM Link | #90159
KLayout 4.0
Posted by Dilene
Most people use an Android phone, so they can use a client that works for them and call it a day.
IRC on a phone?

that's a good one


spoilers: IRC does not translate well to touch screens and any good clients are inevitably going to be battery wasters anyway
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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-07-17 12:37 PM Link | #90163
Mutter isn't too bad for a mobile client, although it's iOS-only.

Dilene
Posted on 10-07-17 02:31 PM Link | #90176
Posted by Kak
spoilers: IRC does not translate well to touch screens and any good clients are inevitably going to be battery wasters anyway


I use quassel, and while it needs a server and tends to shit the bed real bad on channels with high traffic (10k+ users or so), it works real fine. Its mobile application is pretty good too for what it does.
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RicBent
Posted on 10-09-17 07:12 AM Link | #90218

Mutter on iOS plus ZNC is perfect. Even has push notifications and all that fancypants stuff.

Compared with the crashing Discord application the decades old IRC is still years ahead on my iPhone :P

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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-09-17 08:48 AM (rev. 2 of 10-09-17 08:48 AM) Link | #90220
Posted by RicBent
Compared with the crashing Discord application the decades old IRC is still years ahead on my iPhone :P

Discord is laggy on slow connections, hence why I prefer IRC :P

Plus the fact it translates to almost everything while Discord forces you to use their Electron-built application or mobile app...
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