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The Freenode IRC network has a channel called [irc://freenode/whatwg #whatwg] where some of the more active WHATWG community members hang out. Feel free to join us!
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The Freenode IRC network has a channel called [irc://irc.freenode.net/whatwg #whatwg] where some of the more active WHATWG community members hang out. Feel free to join us!
  
If you want to run a bot, let us know. If they are useful, e.g. providing logging facilities or watching the Subversion repository, then they are more than welcome.
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Note that if you go to IRC to ask a question, it might take a while to get a reply. It can pay off to stick around for a couple of hours or more.
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If you want to run a bot, let us know. If they are useful, e.g. providing logging facilities, then they are more than welcome.
  
 
== Logs ==
 
== Logs ==
  
There is a [http://www.jibble.org/logbot/ LogBot] called WhatBot running on the channel. See http://whatbot.charlvn.za.net/ for a list of all the logs available. Please contact [[User:Charlvn|Charl van Niekerk]] if you have any questions or problems with this bot.
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Logs for the #whatwg channel can be found here:
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* http://logbot.glob.com.au/?c=freenode%23whatwg&s=today
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* http://krijnhoetmer.nl/irc-logs/whatwg/ (not updated since 2016-04)
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== Getting Started with IRC ==
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The simplest way to get started with IRC, if you are not familiar, is by signing up for a free [https://www.irccloud.com/ IRCCloud] account. Once you've done that, you should be logged in to the Freenode server by default. All you'll have to do is join the #whatwg channel. If you tell your browser to use IRCCloud for irc:// links, then just [irc://irc.freenode.net/whatwg clicking this link] should also take you there.
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== People ==
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A list of regulars, sorted by nick, and their normal timezones (winter/summer).
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* {{irc user|Adactio|adactio|+0000/+0100}}
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* {{irc user|Annevk|annevk|.../...}}
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* {{irc user|Dglazkov|dglazkov|.../...}}
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* {{irc user|Domenic|Domenic|-0500/-0400}}
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* {{irc user|GPHemsley|GPHemsley|-0500/-0400}}
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* {{irc user|Hixie|Hixie|-0800/-0700}}
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* {{irc user|EdwardOConnor|hober|-0800/-0700}}
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* {{irc user|Jgraham|jgraham|.../...}}
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* {{irc user|kennyluck|kennyluck|+0800/+0800}}
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* {{irc user|Mathias|matjas|.../...}}
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* {{irc user|Ms2ger|Ms2ger|.../...}}
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* {{irc user|Mjs|othermaciej|-0800/-0700}}
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* {{irc user|ShaneHudson|ShaneHudson|+0000/+0100}}
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* {{irc user|Xanthir|tabatkins|-0800/-0700}}
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* {{irc user|Tantek|tantek|-0800/-0700}}
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* {{irc user|Yuhong|yuhong|-0800/-0700}}
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* {{irc user|Wilto|Wilto|.../...}}
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* {{irc user|Zcorpan|zcorpan|.../...}}

Revision as of 08:45, 14 August 2017

The Freenode IRC network has a channel called #whatwg where some of the more active WHATWG community members hang out. Feel free to join us!

Note that if you go to IRC to ask a question, it might take a while to get a reply. It can pay off to stick around for a couple of hours or more.

If you want to run a bot, let us know. If they are useful, e.g. providing logging facilities, then they are more than welcome.

Logs

Logs for the #whatwg channel can be found here:

Getting Started with IRC

The simplest way to get started with IRC, if you are not familiar, is by signing up for a free IRCCloud account. Once you've done that, you should be logged in to the Freenode server by default. All you'll have to do is join the #whatwg channel. If you tell your browser to use IRCCloud for irc:// links, then just clicking this link should also take you there.

People

A list of regulars, sorted by nick, and their normal timezones (winter/summer).