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Re: [at-l] Re: IRC
> <<Then you just type along to converse with your fellow AT-L'ers. :)
> Once you get that far, to get on an EFnet server, you type /server
> irc.ionet.net or whatever server you want to use.
> Then to join the AT channel, you type /join #AT. >>
> I get to the screen where I have to pick an efnet - the AOL server is already
> highlighted, and there are about 10-15 others. I picked AOL and did the
> "join AT" thing. I was all alone on the chat. Does it matter which efnet
> server you pick, i.e., will all those asking to join #AT get to the same
No, it doesn't matter which EFnet server you use, all of them will let
you talk to other EFnet servers. If you were the only one on #AT, then
it is very likely that no one else was there. If anyone else was using
EFnet and did /join #AT, you should have seen him/her.
Diana ^(raven)^ * firstname.lastname@example.org
glitter-hiking-perky-mopey-sewinggoff * GA-> ME 98?? The AT Adventure
Michael Jackson isn't goth, he's just a monster who's nose caved in.
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