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'''#leastsquares''' is an [[wikipedia:Internet Relay Chat|IRC channel]] located on the OFTC IRC network. You can connect to the network at <code>irc.oftc.net</code>. The name is a reference to [http://leastsquar.es|Extraordinary Least Squares] — a highly exclusive living, working, and recreation center in [[wikipedia:Fremont, Seattle|Seattle's Fremont neighborhood]].
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'''#leastsquares''' is an [[wikipedia:Internet Relay Chat|IRC channel]] located on the OFTC IRC network. You can connect to the network at <code>irc.oftc.net</code>. The name is a reference to [https://leastsquar.es/ Extraordinary Least Squares] — a highly exclusive living, working, and recreation center between Seattle's [[wikipedia:Montlake,_Seattle|Montlake]] and [[wikipedia:Capitol_Hill_(Seattle)|Capitol Hill]] neighborhoods.
  
 
== What is IRC? ==
 
== What is IRC? ==
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To connect to IRC, you'll need an IRC client. Some IM clients like [http://www.pidgin.im/ Pidgin] support many different protocol have support for IRC as well. If you already use one of these clients, you might trying setting IRC this way. That said, most people tend to choose to use dedicated IRC clients. The most popular free software client is probably [http://xchat.org/ Xchat] and it should be easily available in almost any major GNU/Linux distribution.
 
To connect to IRC, you'll need an IRC client. Some IM clients like [http://www.pidgin.im/ Pidgin] support many different protocol have support for IRC as well. If you already use one of these clients, you might trying setting IRC this way. That said, most people tend to choose to use dedicated IRC clients. The most popular free software client is probably [http://xchat.org/ Xchat] and it should be easily available in almost any major GNU/Linux distribution.
  
General advice on setting up IRC can be found [http://www.ixibo.com/2009/02/how-to-connect-irc-windows-linux-mac-osx/ in this article] which includes instructions on setting up IRC on GNU/Linux, Windows, and Mac.
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General advice on setting up IRC can be found [https://wiki.mozilla.org/IRC from this page] which includes instructions on setting up IRC on GNU/Linux, Windows, and Mac.
  
 
The key pieces of information you'll need to configure any client are:
 
The key pieces of information you'll need to configure any client are:
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Introduce yourself when you join so folks know who you are! If you explain you are new to IRC, others will more than happy to help answer any questions you have.
 
Introduce yourself when you join so folks know who you are! If you explain you are new to IRC, others will more than happy to help answer any questions you have.
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== Collection of strange conversations with temporary visitors =
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===root===
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11:30 -!- root [~root@85.101.88.127] has joined #acetarium
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11:30 < root> hi
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11:31 < root> hi
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11:31 < daf> hi
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11:31 < root> how are you?
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11:32 < daf> fine
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11:32 < cjb> root: sudo make me a sandwich
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11:33 < root> My first attempt
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11:34 < root> I am new
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11:35 < root> Do you hear me
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11:35 < cjb> yes.
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11:36 < root> I am connected with backtrack
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11:37 < root> Do you have a backtrace knows?
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11:38 < root> My English is not good
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11:38 < root> excuse me
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11:39 < root> Is your internal Turkish?
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11:41 < root> cjb
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11:41 < root> help me
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11:42 < root> where are you from
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11:42 < cjb> root: I don't want to talk right now; try a different channel
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11:45 -!- root [~root@85.101.88.127] has quit [Quit: Leaving]

Latest revision as of 23:21, 13 November 2021

#leastsquares is an IRC channel located on the OFTC IRC network. You can connect to the network at irc.oftc.net. The name is a reference to Extraordinary Least Squares — a highly exclusive living, working, and recreation center between Seattle's Montlake and Capitol Hill neighborhoods.

What is IRC?[edit]

IRC is like a chat system based around public channels but with the ability to do IM-like personal messages as well. It's nearly as old at the Internet and often feels like that!

To connect to IRC, you'll need an IRC client. Some IM clients like Pidgin support many different protocol have support for IRC as well. If you already use one of these clients, you might trying setting IRC this way. That said, most people tend to choose to use dedicated IRC clients. The most popular free software client is probably Xchat and it should be easily available in almost any major GNU/Linux distribution.

General advice on setting up IRC can be found from this page which includes instructions on setting up IRC on GNU/Linux, Windows, and Mac.

The key pieces of information you'll need to configure any client are:

  • Server/Host: irc.oftc.net
  • Channel: #leastsquares

Introduce yourself when you join so folks know who you are! If you explain you are new to IRC, others will more than happy to help answer any questions you have.

= Collection of strange conversations with temporary visitors[edit]

root[edit]

11:30 -!- root [~root@85.101.88.127] has joined #acetarium
11:30 < root> hi
11:31 < root> hi
11:31 < daf> hi
11:31 < root> how are you?
11:32 < daf> fine
11:32 < cjb> root: sudo make me a sandwich
11:33 < root> My first attempt
11:34 < root> I am new
11:35 < root> Do you hear me
11:35 < cjb> yes.
11:36 < root> I am connected with backtrack
11:37 < root> Do you have a backtrace knows?
11:38 < root> My English is not good
11:38 < root> excuse me
11:39 < root> Is your internal Turkish?
11:41 < root> cjb
11:41 < root> help me
11:42 < root> where are you from
11:42 < cjb> root: I don't want to talk right now; try a different channel
11:45 -!- root [~root@85.101.88.127] has quit [Quit: Leaving]