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Re: Archives of Fedora IRC channels



On 2/20/07, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram fedoraproject org> wrote:
It's just a matter of running a bot (which already exists) on all the
channels. I guess it wouldnt take more than an hour to setup for someone
more familiar with it.


In general, I think most of the discussions on most of the channels
aren't worth the diskspace to log or the cpu cycles to grep. If you
log indescrimately, you're gonna catch a heck of a lot of noise. A
signal to noise ratio worthy of Google's best search agorithm gurus.

That being said, I've found the availability of the irclogs in the
wiki from pre-annouced/agenda'd meetings as a useful resource, In the
same way I find audio/video recording archives of real-life public
town meetings to be useful. And of course I mean ogg vorbis and ogg
theora archives of public town meetings.

-jef"Hmm what would the Fedora version of C-SPAN be called.... F-AN...
Fedora Affairs Network?"spaleta


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