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Boston IRC

On Wed, 2006-09-06 at 21:49 -0400, Tom Metro wrote:
> Christopher Schmidt wrote:
> > Jon Masters wrote:
> >> Is there a BLU IRC channel?
> > 
> > #gnhlug on has always had a few of us from GNHLUG in
> > it, but there hasn't been any real activity in the channel for months...
> Maybe people just aren't using IRC as much. I have an IRC account setup 
> in Gaim, but rarely ever use it.
> I tried out Qunu ( (from the "expert" side, rather 
> than using it to find help) a while ago. It's another take on this same 
> idea. It's similar to other ask-a-question/find-an-expert services, 
> except it works via IM (Jabber). Experts sign up, set tags to indicate 
> what their areas of expertise, and then wait for people needing help to 
> send a question. It seems to work fairly well.

Oh, I was only looking for chat, not technical assistance! :-)

But you're right, it's probably worth taking a look.


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