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A new release of the multi-platform IRC client dxirc has been released, the new release introduces a new startup option for windows users (mainly) and fixes within the tabs, trayicon and mainicon. While the cnanges are not huge it does show progression in this small IRC client which is starting to gather a little ground..     Main changes:   » small issues in tabs, trayicon, mainicon...
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KVIrc update recommended     Hi all folks!.  As many of you know, Freenode network has just migrated its servers to the new IRCd seven which is a better daemon to fight spam and floods..   Unfortunately, this migration causes a lot of users to quit the IRC connection due to "Excess flood". If you are in this case, we strongly encourage you to upgrade KVIrc at least at revision 3940 which...
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Well its a known fact that the Final Nightmare script for Buzzen Chat Network is available for download on the Scriptez-Domain website from Solar. The last one I did a review on it, and the review as I can remember was a good one pertaining to this script. As i know most of the people that have worked on it and solar and etc, this one should be the best one!! as this will be the final one. If...
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Das Team vom lightIRC Flash Webchat hat die Version 0.9.8 veröffentlicht. Die neue Version unterstützt nun u.a. SSL, man kann neue Voreinstellungen treffen und ein polnisches Sprachpaket wurde hinzugefügt.   •Support for TLS1.0 (SSL) connections (beta). Try it with ssl=yes and (e.g.) port=6697•lightIRC is compiled in UTF8 from now on •Added Polish translation (pl) •Translated channel...
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Konversation 1.2.3 is a hotfix release that improves upon an earlier fix, originally included in Konversation 1.2.2, that increases the reliability of Konversation's interaction with the D-Bus inter-process communication daemon.   Changes from 1.2.2 to 1.2.3:   Increased reliability of interactions with the D-Bus inter-process communication daemon.
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Hello and welcome to the SwiftBlog!  Today dawns a new day for SwiftBlog. It has been decided to take the blog in a new direction which allows the staff to freely post blogs in order to express their own feelings on recent updates on the network, future projects and to initiate free flowing conversations with the user base through the comments system. Do note that some posts may still be seen in...