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The main IRC channel for MIT Kerberos development is <code>#krbdev</code> on irc.freenode.net. There is a separate channel, <code>#kerberos</code>, for general Kerberos discussion and support.
 
The main IRC channel for MIT Kerberos development is <code>#krbdev</code> on irc.freenode.net. There is a separate channel, <code>#kerberos</code>, for general Kerberos discussion and support.
   
For more information about freenode, see http://freenode.net/
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For more information about freenode, see http://freenode.net/.
   
The <code>#krbdev</code> channel is logged by lopbot. The logs are at http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~allbery/lambdabot/logs/krbdev/
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The <code>#krbdev</code> channel is logged by lopbot, courtesy of Brandon Allbery. The logs are at http://www.kf8nh.com/lambdabot/logs/krbdev/. Despite the existence of logging, please summarize important conversations to more permanent places, such as an appropriate mailing list or wiki page.
 
Despite the existence of logging, please summarize important conversations to more permanent places, such as an appropriate mailing list or wiki page.
 
   
 
== Jabber ==
 
== Jabber ==

Revision as of 18:35, 12 December 2011

MIT Kerberos developers use several venues for instant message chat.

IRC channels

The main IRC channel for MIT Kerberos development is #krbdev on irc.freenode.net. There is a separate channel, #kerberos, for general Kerberos discussion and support.

For more information about freenode, see http://freenode.net/.

The #krbdev channel is logged by lopbot, courtesy of Brandon Allbery. The logs are at http://www.kf8nh.com/lambdabot/logs/krbdev/. Despite the existence of logging, please summarize important conversations to more permanent places, such as an appropriate mailing list or wiki page.

Jabber

Some developers are also on a Jabber chatroom. If you are interested in participating, please ask a krbcore member for the address. We are moving away from using Jabber for developer chat because of our experiences with non-MIT Jabber accounts being unable to join.

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