Subject: Re:Source of Interaction
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Stefan Edwards <email@example.com>
Date: 12/17/2002 11:52:07
The one that I have come in contact with is the COM unit on sdf.lonestar.org
(COM is a chat unit, with interesting features and a command syntax similar to
that of IRC). SDF is a NetBSD server, so many people ask about NetBSD and
because it's an Alpha (along with the rest of the nodes in it's cluster),
questions and discussions are also made about the alpha. Of course, other
Unices make it to the discussions also, mostly comparisons of various Beds,
other Unices versus *BSD, et cetera. Usually debates get heated pretty
quickly, like the Alpha vs. Itanium debate. The only real problem with the
Forums there is that there are a TON of people seeking hacker mercenaries to
do their bidding, interrupting conversations and such, but if you can ignore
them, or tell them to fsck off, then you may have a pretty interesting medium
>Just wondering if anyone knows a resource for NetBSD/alpha || NetBSD
>users to interact in a chat format such as IRC...?
>c v k @ z y b x . c o m
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