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This article is about '''#permanentfuture''', the [[wikipedia:Internet Relay Chat|IRC]] channel of Permenent Future, available on the [http://www.freenode.net/ Freenode] network.
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This article is about '''#permanentfuture''', the [[wikipedia:Internet Relay Chat|IRC]] channel of Permanent Future, available on the [http://www.freenode.net/ Freenode] network.
  
 
==Usage==
 
==Usage==
To join the channels, you need an irc client. Wikipedia has a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_IRC_clients list of irc clients].
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To join the channels, you need an irc client. Wikipedia has a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_IRC_clients list of irc clients]. For Linux I recommend [https://hexchat.github.io/ HexChat] or [http://xchat.org/download/ XChat], for Windows [http://xchat.org/download/ XChat] or [http://www.mirc.com/get.html mIRC] and for Mac OS I recommend [https://itunes.apple.com/app/id447521961 XChat Azure]. If you're already using Adium or Pidgin: IRC is integrated in it, so you can start using it immediately.
  
 
The following commands can be used inside your IRC client to quickly connect to a server and join the channel:
 
The following commands can be used inside your IRC client to quickly connect to a server and join the channel:
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==#permamentfuture - The main channel==
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==#permanentfuture - The main channel==
 
This is the main channel. We can talk here about Permanent Future, share new innovations, have q&a's, ask support for projects and in general: share inspiration and knowledge.
 
This is the main channel. We can talk here about Permanent Future, share new innovations, have q&a's, ask support for projects and in general: share inspiration and knowledge.
  
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===#permanentfuture guidelines===
 
===#permanentfuture guidelines===
  
emptiness
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{emptiness}
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==Questions about how to use IRC?==
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Add a topic on the [http://permanentfuturelab.wiki/w/index.php?title=Talk:IRC_Channel discussion page]. Or ask [http://permanentfuturelab.wiki/wiki/User:BartWR Bart] - he can explain it at the [http://permanentfuturelab.wiki/wiki/Seats2meet.com_Utrecht_CS Lab].

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This article is about #permanentfuture, the IRC channel of Permanent Future, available on the Freenode network.

Usage[edit | edit source]

To join the channels, you need an irc client. Wikipedia has a list of irc clients. For Linux I recommend HexChat or XChat, for Windows XChat or mIRC and for Mac OS I recommend XChat Azure. If you're already using Adium or Pidgin: IRC is integrated in it, so you can start using it immediately.

The following commands can be used inside your IRC client to quickly connect to a server and join the channel:

/connect chat.freenode.net
/join #permanentfuture

#permanentfuture - The main channel[edit | edit source]

This is the main channel. We can talk here about Permanent Future, share new innovations, have q&a's, ask support for projects and in general: share inspiration and knowledge.

#permanentfuture rules[edit | edit source]

  • Follow the guidelines
Freenode philosophy
Freenode network policy
#permanentfuture channel guidelines

#permanentfuture guidelines[edit | edit source]

{emptiness}

Questions about how to use IRC?[edit | edit source]

Add a topic on the discussion page. Or ask Bart - he can explain it at the Lab.