[Fwd: IRC #emerald / #radiusnt]

Greg Boehnlein ( damin@acclink.com )
Thu, 11 Dec 1997 13:06:11 -0500

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Your following message has been delivered to the 501 members of
the list RadiusNT@emerald.iea.com at 07:36:08 on 19 Nov 1997.

The Linux development model works so well because it is open. Users
of the operating system can all interact, bounce suggestions off of each
other and talk to the developers on a one to one basis. The IRC Network
"LinuxNet" has been extremely helpful to thousands of Linux users in
both providing real time support and problem solutions.
I'd like to donate our IRC server to the Emerald and RadiusNT
communities to provide a forum to begin this sort of activity with the
IEA products. While we certainly don't have as large a user base as
Linux, it will undoubtedly facilitate the oepn deiscussion of bugs,
fixes and features. It will (hopefully) help to offload Dale and the
other IEA developers so that they can concentrate on the task at hand;
Fixing, Improving and Testing Emerald 2.5 and the latest version of
Our IRC server is -NOT- connected to any of the IRC networks. It has
typically been used for our customer base as a public discussion forum.
Therefore, the amount of "Idiots" that frequent the server is miniscule.

The IRC Server is "irc.nacs.net" and the channels are #emerald and

I'd like to invite Dale, Kurt and the other IEA staff members to
participate in the channel. Hopefully, this will allow a more direct
contact with the developers and help speed up the development process.

Greg Boehnlein

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