OT: Linux, online confrences, and IRC portals?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Mon Sep 12 21:32:31 UTC 2005
I did not at first rase this issue here, but on the speakup list. now
that i have additional information, I want to reach out to a broader source
I am a member of a professional media organization called AIR
the group provides information to producers and broadcasters serving the
public radio community, and the general public. One of their services is
a monthly online conference called the air spotlight.
This is accessed via a chat client which is a part of the hosting service
used by AIR. It is my understanding, although I am seeking more direct
information, that this is only a Java protocol system which has cost the
organization nothing thus far as it is thrown in with their hosting
options. I am getting more direct information for the company so I can
Interestingly enough the Java structure is presenting barriers for more
and macs have trouble.
I am suggesting that an IRC portal be created that can be accessed at the
same time as the regular conference, which are monthly. this will not only
alow me to join, I am joining the organization's board, but anyone else
who can access mirc, the windows client for IRC.
I want to learn how difficult it is to create such a portal, and what is
their Java setup?
anyone with serious knowledge, can you write me off list? i want to
present as factual an option as i can for this.
Thanks very much,
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