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Re: KDE suggestions for Fedora 8 and beyond



On Saturday 23 June 2007 19:36:40 Karsten Wade wrote:
> I would hope that with the ability to remix Fedora, some enterprising
> KDE folks who solve some of your "pure KDE desktop" desires.  Maybe you
> are one of them?
>
> > 5.  A KDE irc channel
>
> The best way to start an IRC channel that you want people to join is
> like this:
>
> 1. Start IRC client and connect to irc.freenode.net
> 2. '/join #fedora-kde'
> 3. '/msg chanserv register #fedora-kde <choose-password>'
> 4. '/msg chanserv help' for other goodies, and this page is helpful:
>    http://freenode.net/channel_guidelines.shtml
> 5. '/msg chanserv set #fedora-kde guard on'
>    - ChanServ joins and guards the channel while you are absent
> 6. '/msg chanserv set #fedora-kda alternate <nickname>
>    - Pick another Fedora KDE user to be an alternative channel contact
> 7. '/topic #fedora-kde The Fedora KDE discussion channel, NOT FOR
> SUPPORT (join #fedora for that); topics include packaging, builds, KDE4,
> and other kfun'
> 8. Announce on 'fedora-devel-announce' the formation of a new channel;
> watch people come by; when they do, say, "Hi, welcome"
>
> Don't think it's presumptuous to do it that way, that's how most
> "official" channels get started.

I've taken it upon myself to start a fedora-kde channel at #fedora-kde.  If 
anyone is interested in being an alternative channel contact let me know.

cheers,
Chris


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