Nobody has bothered to use this (except for one person and he idles as well waiting for something to happen) and I'm getting tired of keeping it alive. If no one is going to bother to put in the effort to idle in the channel to keep it alive by this weekend, I'm not going to keep it alive anymore and let the channel purge. I'm not going to bother wasting my resources on something that's never used.
You guys are so impatient, it boggles my mind. You're dealing with real-time, not a message board. You better expect the channel to be empty most of the time which is why you idle in it and check it occasionally to see when people start becoming active. You cannot expect it to fly off the handle with countless people instantly. You think the CHU boards were this talkative and bubbly when I first joined it?
If you don't like keeping your browser open for it, invest your time to locating and installing an IRC client program.
[Edited by Neo7, 7/14/2010 8:00:28 PM]
[Edited by moderator Neo7, 7/14/2010 8:01:53 PM]
[Edited by moderator Neo7, 7/14/2010 8:02:31 PM]
The bot doesn't automatically give me mod status though, like it does for Rise_Against.
I'd say "Let's do it now" but I'm exhausted and it's past 4.30am here.
I get connection problems sometimes though, so someone else should idle as well. Should be fine during the hours I've actually seen people use the IRC.
And yes people these days mostly the kids are impatient, they dont understand how to wait for good things to come their way.
Besides the quakenet webclient, something to consider using is Chatzilla: Link
It's a standalone client that's pretty user friendly and uses the firefox engine to boot! That way you don't have to keep the webclient open in your browser.
Plus if you have a real irc client, then links like irc://irc.quakenet.org/#cheat-happens will automatically open.
[Edited by bobulation, 7/15/2010 12:51:41 AM]
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