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== IRC ==
 
 
IRC is an excellent public forum -- both for helping users and for getting to know other committers.  We have official group status on [http://freenode.net Freenode].  You can connect to Freenode by pointing your IRC client at irc.freenode.net.  We maintain the following channels:
 
IRC is an excellent public forum -- both for helping users and for getting to know other committers.  We have official group status on [http://freenode.net Freenode].  You can connect to Freenode by pointing your IRC client at irc.freenode.net.  We maintain the following channels:
 
* #eclipse - questions from plug-in developers and users
 
* #eclipse - questions from plug-in developers and users
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* #eclipse-commits - lists all commits as they come in (See [http://cia.navi.cx CIA])
 
* #eclipse-commits - lists all commits as they come in (See [http://cia.navi.cx CIA])
  
A [http://echelog.matzon.dk/?eclipse log] of the the traffic on #eclipse is available on the web.
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A [http://echelog.matzon.dk/?eclipse log] of the the traffic on #eclipse is available on the web. There is also a [http://eclipsewiki.editme.com/IrcFaq second Eclipse IRC FAQ] available on-line.
 
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There is a [http://eclipsewiki.editme.com/IrcFaq second Eclipse IRC FAQ] available on-line.
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If you are a committer, then you can get yourself a developer cloak.  A developer cloak identifies you as a committer on the Eclipse project, gives you some privileges on the channel and masks your hostname.  If you would like a developer cloak, please contact desudation or Kurrelgyre on IRC.
 
If you are a committer, then you can get yourself a developer cloak.  A developer cloak identifies you as a committer on the Eclipse project, gives you some privileges on the channel and masks your hostname.  If you would like a developer cloak, please contact desudation or Kurrelgyre on IRC.

Revision as of 17:50, 6 March 2006

IRC is an excellent public forum -- both for helping users and for getting to know other committers. We have official group status on Freenode. You can connect to Freenode by pointing your IRC client at irc.freenode.net. We maintain the following channels:

  • #eclipse - questions from plug-in developers and users
  • #eclipse-dev - Eclipse committer discussion and socializing
  • #eclipse-commits - lists all commits as they come in (See CIA)

A log of the the traffic on #eclipse is available on the web. There is also a second Eclipse IRC FAQ available on-line.

If you are a committer, then you can get yourself a developer cloak. A developer cloak identifies you as a committer on the Eclipse project, gives you some privileges on the channel and masks your hostname. If you would like a developer cloak, please contact desudation or Kurrelgyre on IRC.

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