Freenode #nginx (IRC channel): needs owner (halp please, Igor)
mike503 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 01:45:08 MSK 2010
Freenode is the defacto standard for open source projects. Moving
doesn't make sense. Fixing the problem is the proper solution.
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On Feb 1, 2010, at 2:17 PM, Payam Chychi <pchychi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Why dont you guys move on a better server like Undernet? I know a few
> admins that can always help out in an event that we hit some issues
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 2:07 PM, merlin corey <merlincorey at dc949.org>
>> Some IRC related issues and prospective ways to solve them for
>> community input and requiring the final sign off from Igor himself --
>> With the new release today, various people attempted to update the
>> topic (in which we keep the most recent version numbers) only to find
>> they COULD NOT update the topic.
>> 08:32 < jbergstroem> wtf +t nowadays? :(
>> 08:32 < jbergstroem> is there even someone with +o flag in here? :)
>> I wondered why, and it wasn't long before I found that apparently
>> freenode completely died at some point and our channel had no one in
>> it, as it was recreated:
>> 13:25 -!- Channel #nginx created Fri Jan 29 23:48:24 2010
>> So, I ventured into the freenode staff channel (shudder). What they
>> told me was that everyone needed to leave (hahaha), we could move to
>> ##nginx unofficial channel (hahaha), or we could fill out the group
>> request form and get the channel registered.
>> I know Igor doesn't use IRC (or at least I haven't noticed him :P) so
>> I would be totally understanding if Igor didn't run to go fill out
>> their stupid form. They DID say that someone else could fill out the
>> form and include an email address to contact for authorization of
>> person to represent the project...
>> So, personally, if he would be wanting to take it on, I think mdounin
>> (Maxim) should own #nginx on freenode as he has been around the
>> longest and is closest to Igor. If not, I would volunteer as well
>> (since I'm an IRC addict and am always around in one way or another).
>> Finally, if neither of us were willing or acceptable, I would be
>> suggest mshadle (Mike) because he has been around a while as well and
>> is almost as addicted to IRC as me.
>> Community thoughts?
>> Igor's thoughts?
>> Excerpts from staff channel:
>> 13:32 < lstarnes> it would be better to ask for permission before
>> doing it
>> 13:32 < merlincorey> agree
>> 13:32 < merlincorey> that's why I said I was starting chatter on the
>> mailing list ;)
>> 13:34 < merlincorey> ok so to sum up; to fix modes there either
>> everyone must leave and then I register it, or I must go through
>> official channels and then can become owner (whether its me or
>> or someone else doesn't matter just using pronoun)
>> 13:34 < lstarnes> correct
>> 13:34 < merlincorey> alright thanks a lot
>> 13:34 < lstarnes> or you can move to ##nginx if it isn't official
>> In the meantime...
>> 13:39 -!- mode/#nginx [-t] by OperServ
>> 13:40 < Tabmow> merlincorey: there you go. it should suffice until
>> get the GRF filed :)
>> -- Merlin
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