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Written by Sabrina Fuller   
Thursday, 15 September 2011

The LDSTech Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a group chat room for anyone involved in the LDSTech community. You can monitor exchanges, post to the group, or talk exclusively to specific users.

All conversations are archived, so people who missed the conversations can review the logs and catch up. Additionally, you can get real-time support from technical leads who are almost always on IRC.

Overall, IRC provides an excellent means of communication for your projects, so if you’re working on a project, get logged in and stay logged in to the LDSTech channel on IRC. For more information on connecting to the #ldstech channel on IRC, see the IRC page on the wiki.

 

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# Sharon 2011-09-15 10:26
Work on Stake Calendar and Directory
and looking at the new 2.0 Calendar
 
 
# Tom Johnson 2011-09-15 11:53
Thanks for commenting, Sharon. Can you expand a little bit? Was your comment related to IRC or just the calendar and directory? It's great to hear that you're beta testing the 2.0 calendar.
 
 
# Jeremy 2011-09-15 19:24
Great that you're doing this! Just as a word of caution about doing public logs of the channel on freenode though, see the last note under channel guidelines.

http://freenode.net/channel_guidelines.shtml
 
 
# Tom DeForest 2011-09-19 11:58
IRC has been a great tool for us to keep in touch as a team. We use it for our team meetings. This gives us automatic minutes of our meetings and gives everyone an equal footing in the meeting since everyone has the same opportunity to participate. I believe the only conversations that aren't archived are private messages.
 

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