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#ruby-gnome2 (IRC)

Like others free-software projects, Ruby-GNOME2 has an IRC channel, hosted on the GNOME IRC network.

What is IRC?

IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat. It is a very popular Internet service allowing people all over the world to participate in real-time conversations.

How can I join?

Just start the following commands in your favorite IRC client:

/server irc.gnome.org
/join #ruby-gnome2

Thus, type something to join the conversation.

IRC clients

If you don't have one already, you must install an IRC client to connect to #ruby-gnome2.

Here are some popular IRC clients:

X-Chat
A GTK2-based IRC Client, recommended for its simplicity.

Unfortunate Microsoft Windows users should use mIRC (be careful since it's a closed-source software, with some security issues). For those that don't require maintained software, try XiRCON instead.

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