Difference between revisions of "IRC channel"

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* [http://www.codeux.com/textual/ Textual] and [http://colloquy.info Colloquy] are user-friendly IRC fat clients for OS X as well as iOS apps.
 
* [http://www.codeux.com/textual/ Textual] and [http://colloquy.info Colloquy] are user-friendly IRC fat clients for OS X as well as iOS apps.
  
* [https://www.irccloud.com/ IRCCloud] is a cloud-based service that allows you to stay logged in continuously ($5/month) and to access IRC from any browser and from their iOS app.
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* [https://www.irccloud.com/ IRCCloud] is a free, cloud-based service that allows you to access IRC from any browser and from their iOS app.  For $5/month it will let you to stay logged in continuously, otherwise you're logged out automatically after three hours of inactivity.
  
 
* [http://www.irssi.org irssi] is a command-line IRC client that can be installed with [http://brew.sh Homebrew].
 
* [http://www.irssi.org irssi] is a command-line IRC client that can be installed with [http://brew.sh Homebrew].
  
 
* [https://panicbnc.net PanicBNC] is a free IRC bouncer that can be configured to work with Textual, Colloquy, or irssi.
 
* [https://panicbnc.net PanicBNC] is a free IRC bouncer that can be configured to work with Textual, Colloquy, or irssi.

Latest revision as of 05:53, 7 November 2015

Official IRC channel[edit]

You can find official O3X-related discussion on the following Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channel, located at the irc.freenode.net IRC network:

#openzfs-osx

ircs://irc.freenode.net:6697/%23openzfs-osx

IRC clients[edit]

  • Textual and Colloquy are user-friendly IRC fat clients for OS X as well as iOS apps.
  • IRCCloud is a free, cloud-based service that allows you to access IRC from any browser and from their iOS app. For $5/month it will let you to stay logged in continuously, otherwise you're logged out automatically after three hours of inactivity.
  • irssi is a command-line IRC client that can be installed with Homebrew.
  • PanicBNC is a free IRC bouncer that can be configured to work with Textual, Colloquy, or irssi.