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'''IRC''' (''Internet Relay Chat'') is a chat service used in Fedora community and there are following channels at the moment:
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* {{fpchat|#fedora}} - for end-users, channels topics include general discussion.
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* {{fpchat|#fedora-commops}} - irc channel for the commops team.
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-devel}} - for Fedora developers.
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-admin}} - Fedora development infrastructure administrators.
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-websites}} - Fedora Websites team maintaining official Fedora Project websites.
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-ask}} - channel for AskFedora enthusiasts.
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-noc}} - Fedora outage/crisis/alert channel.
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-fedmsg}} - Live IRC feed of Fedora Message bus FedMsg (http://www.fedmsg.com) (''a bit crazy'' and ''a lot of noise'').
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-buildsys}} - Copr Fedora Build system
 
* {{fpchat|#fedora-releng}} - for release engineering and Koji Fedora Build system
 
  
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IRC, or Internet Relay Chat, is a real-time, text-based form of communication. You can have conversations with multiple people in an open channel or chat with someone privately one-on-one.
  
=== Bots ===
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To talk to other Fedora Project participants, log onto the [http://freenode.net freenode IRC network].
  
* '''zodbot''' uses dot prefix (.), more information on [[Zodbot|Zodbot page]]
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To learn how to use IRC, refer to the IRC Tutorial at [http://irchelp.org/ irchelp.org] and [[Communicate/IRCHowTo| IRC HowTo]].
* '''fedbot''' uses at prefix (@), more information on [[Fedbot|Fedbot page]]
 
  
== See also ==
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{{Admon/note | NOTE | You may be required to register your user nickname (nick) and identify with that nick. Otherwise, you may not be able to join or be heard on the IRC channel. There is a page describing how to register your nick at [http://freenode.net/ freenode.net].}}
* [[How_to_communicate_using_IRC]]
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* [[How_to_use_IRC]]
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{{Admon/warning | WARNING | Some of the Fedora channels ban users that are logged into their system as <code>root</code>. Make sure that you are logged into your system as a normal user and that any ident server you may have running is accurately reporting your username.}}
* [[Communicating_and_getting_help#IRC_for_interactive_community_support]]
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For more information on channels and IRC please see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicating_and_getting_help

Latest revision as of 15:54, 21 February 2020

IRC, or Internet Relay Chat, is a real-time, text-based form of communication. You can have conversations with multiple people in an open channel or chat with someone privately one-on-one.

To talk to other Fedora Project participants, log onto the freenode IRC network.

To learn how to use IRC, refer to the IRC Tutorial at irchelp.org and IRC HowTo.

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NOTE
You may be required to register your user nickname (nick) and identify with that nick. Otherwise, you may not be able to join or be heard on the IRC channel. There is a page describing how to register your nick at freenode.net.
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WARNING
Some of the Fedora channels ban users that are logged into their system as root. Make sure that you are logged into your system as a normal user and that any ident server you may have running is accurately reporting your username.

For more information on channels and IRC please see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicating_and_getting_help