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Good for:

  • Kokua/Imprudence development discussion
  • Chatting with the team
  • Getting help with developing the viewers

Not good for:

  • Reporting bugs
  • Proposing features
  • Getting help with using the viewers

Many Kokua/Imprudence team members, contributors, and users hang out in IRC on the freenode network. You can connect with your favorite IRC client, or via the web.

Discussion on IRC tends to be related to programming and viewer development. IRC is a good way to chat with the team about development, but it is not a good way to report bugs or make formal feature requests. Several IRC channels are available, each with its own purpose:

  • #imprudence: This channel is for realtime discussion about development of the Imprudence Viewer, and some general chatter related to Imprudence.
  • #imprudencechat: This channel is a two-way relay with our inworld group chat. Anything said in this channel will be relayed via a bot to certain inworld groups, and anything said in those groups will be relayed to this channel.
  • #kokua: This channel is for realtime discussion about development of the Kokua Viewer, and some general chatter related to Kokua. This channel is currently less active than the #imprudence channel.