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  I've been away for a bit ..work is overwriting all my hobbies :brg So I had a bit of time tonite and added a few (IRC) scripts & a few snippets. :ty Most of the scripts I have added are mainly for IRC and so are the snippets, I will be looking into a few more then will start with other chat server scripts. But in the meantime you can find alot on http://www.evolutionscriptz.com they...
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    Well Buzzen is back online, but not all is working. AS TG007 has Stated Heres err0r's post.   Currently http://www.buzzen.net is up. However the buzzen.com/.info sites are not. Buzzen.net is not fully operational at the time of this post buy you are able to chat. Scripters should use irc.buzzen.net or the IP 64.64.238.3 to connect. Please note the site is not fully operational. They are...
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As I write this, GeekShed is suffering a large scale Denial of Service attack. It is expected that the attack is the result of a user being banned in the channel owned by Chris Pirillo. Following this ban, much flooding ensued. After this was quashed by #chris ops, a botnet was set on GeekShed. This was a relatively admirable botnet however it was fairly easily quashed by network staff.   Most...
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InspIRCd 2.0 release candidate 2 is out; this fixes a few bugs found in 2.0rc1, in addition to forward-porting bugfixes from 1.2.7. Since people seem to not be finding many serious bugs, 2.0 final should be released sometime mid-May. Nothing is left on the bug or TODO lists; in the unlikely event that no issues are discovered, RC2 would be identical to 2.0.0.  The latest 2.0 release can be...
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  It's that time of the year again, when we proudly do a new feature release of Quassel IRC! You might wonder why we've skipped the announcement for 0.6.0, though. The reason for this is that shortly after tagging, we've discovered two serious bugs in that version. One could make the monolithic client try to select the PostgreSQL backend rather than SQlite; the other would lead to a crash on...
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Buzzen Chat Network will experience significant downtime starting Sunday April 25th. The downtime is reported to be anywhere between three days and one week in duration. During this time Buzzen will be upgraded. The exact details of the upgrade are not currently known. Anyone with any additional information is encouraged to post it.   Update: Buzzen will be moving servers to a new location...