Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib http irc channel

2008-01-07 Thread Ross Singer
Karen,

The server should be changed to:
irc.freenode.net

and the channel is:
#code4lib

I guess we'll see in a minute if that works for you,
-Ross.

On Jan 7, 2008 3:55 PM, K.G. Schneider [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Yeah, I even saw my nick, but when I tried to type the error page showed
 up.

 From trying the ircatwork.com site I got:

 *** Welcome to CGI:IRC 0.5.9 (2006/06/06)
 *** Looking up linuxinlibraries.com
 *** Connecting to linuxinlibraries.com [72.29.69.156] port 6667
 *** An error occurred: Connecting to IRC: Connection refused connecting
 to 72.29.69.156:6667

 Ideas?

 Karen S.


 On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 12:39:43 -0800, Wick, Ryan
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
  Your nick showed up in the room earlier today, and a few others have
  been using the linuxinlibraries.com site, but it does seem to be a
  little flaky.
 
  This site worked just now when I tried it: http://ircatwork.com/
 
  Ryan Wick
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of
  K.G. Schneider
  Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 11:59 AM
  To: CODE4LIB@listserv.nd.edu
  Subject: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib http irc channel
 
  Hi folks -- for some time now I've been unable to use the http irc
  channel, which is the only one I can use at work. (If you can't install
  a client, or if IRC traffic is blocked on your network, connect through
  the web at linuxinlibraries.com (choose #code4lib))
 
  The error I get:
 
  Not Acceptable
  An appropriate representation of the requested resource
  /cgi-bin/client-perl.cgi could not be found on this server.
 
  Apache/1.3.39 Server at www.linuxinlibraries.com Port 80
 
  Sometimes I get the irc screen but if I type anything in I get the error
  page again.
 
  Just wondering... (oh, and gave the conference scholarships a plug last
  night on my blog)
 
  K.G. Schneider



Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib http irc channel

2008-01-07 Thread K.G. Schneider
I'm sort of on, though after the first line I typed I can't seem to
enter anything. Then again I can't remember what I wanted to say. ;-)

Karen S.

On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 16:01:27 -0500, Ross Singer [EMAIL PROTECTED]
said:
 Karen,

 The server should be changed to:
 irc.freenode.net

 and the channel is:
 #code4lib

 I guess we'll see in a minute if that works for you,
 -Ross.

 On Jan 7, 2008 3:55 PM, K.G. Schneider [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Yeah, I even saw my nick, but when I tried to type the error page showed
  up.
 
  From trying the ircatwork.com site I got:
 
  *** Welcome to CGI:IRC 0.5.9 (2006/06/06)
  *** Looking up linuxinlibraries.com
  *** Connecting to linuxinlibraries.com [72.29.69.156] port 6667
  *** An error occurred: Connecting to IRC: Connection refused connecting
  to 72.29.69.156:6667
 
  Ideas?
 
  Karen S.
 
 
  On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 12:39:43 -0800, Wick, Ryan
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
   Your nick showed up in the room earlier today, and a few others have
   been using the linuxinlibraries.com site, but it does seem to be a
   little flaky.
  
   This site worked just now when I tried it: http://ircatwork.com/
  
   Ryan Wick
  
   -Original Message-
   From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of
   K.G. Schneider
   Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 11:59 AM
   To: CODE4LIB@listserv.nd.edu
   Subject: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib http irc channel
  
   Hi folks -- for some time now I've been unable to use the http irc
   channel, which is the only one I can use at work. (If you can't install
   a client, or if IRC traffic is blocked on your network, connect through
   the web at linuxinlibraries.com (choose #code4lib))
  
   The error I get:
  
   Not Acceptable
   An appropriate representation of the requested resource
   /cgi-bin/client-perl.cgi could not be found on this server.
  
   Apache/1.3.39 Server at www.linuxinlibraries.com Port 80
  
   Sometimes I get the irc screen but if I type anything in I get the error
   page again.
  
   Just wondering... (oh, and gave the conference scholarships a plug last
   night on my blog)
  
   K.G. Schneider