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    #Rainbow est le canal officiel EpiKnet de la communauté Bi Gay et Lesbienne, il a été créée le 4 Juillet 2003 suite à une suggestion de Orphy sur la Boites A Idées. Ce canal est donc un canal axé autour de l'homosexualité et de la bisexualité. Pour ceux qui ne le savent pas, rainbow veut dire "arc-en-ciel" en anglais, et l'arc-en-ciel est le symbole de la fierté gay et...
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  As written on TG007 From the Admistration of ChatCore     IMPORTANT NOTICE:from ChatCore.org   ChatCore's Free Webchat Service (http://www.chatcore.org) will no longer be offered on or after April 2nd, 2010.   We appreciate your use of the service and apologize for any inconvenience.   We have chosen instead to focus on ChatCore.com - a free to use Social / Chat network. Existing users...
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  It's just one week ago since I released Yaaic 0.1. Now, after 6 days and 57 commits, it's time to release Yaaic 0.2. There have been a lot of bugfixes and enhancements. See the changelog for a complete list of what has changed.       The last version had an ugly bug causing some messages to appear in the wrong channels / queries. Therefore it's recommend to upgrade to Yaaic 0.2! As you...
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    Looking for information on Eggdrop & Tcl scripts will this site can give you all the information your looking for. This site has various patches and scripts for Linux and etc, gives detail descriptions on what Eggdrop & Tcl scripts are and how to manage them and also the addons for these type of clients.   http://www.egghelp.org/
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If your looking for great site pertaining to IRC news and updates I can suggest a great site http://ircreport.com/
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Nettalk is a powerful but easy to use free (open source) IRC-client for Windows. The smart user interface is based on Windows standards, so it is easy to get used to it. The following languages for the interface are available: English, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Hungarian and German.   For more of the changes and the changelogs go here   http://www.ntalk.de/Nettalk/en/