What's your #IRC set up?
I want something always on, and can be accessed decently on my #Android phone and from my #linux desktop It's OK if it's a web browser site for desktop. I have a server w/ root so I can run something 24/7.
I am sorta using #weechat, but it's pretty ganky. Is there anything better?
@deejoe Eh I readlly don't want to have to ssh on my phone and access a screen/tmux session....
I feel that.
also, sometimes I use the freenode-hosted qwebirc instance, and have dabbled with using irccloud (free-of-charge tier mostly)
kiwiIRC is also on the to-do list
if you try any of my to-do items, very interested to know how it goes
@deejoe I don't really blame the likes of slack or Telegram or discord for eating IRC's lunch. They have a technically superior system, since that aspect just works...
It's a shame. Us techies need to fix it.
yeah, I'm not sure 'blame' is what I'd use, either. It's different: Centralized, for starters.
Except for the very deliberate embrace, extend, extinguish on Slack's part: I blame them for that, but just as much early adopters buying into it, many (most?) of whom should know better.
similar story w/ Telegram being "open source" but for the client only.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko