As you probably noticed, the IRC4Fun website got a makeover as well as a new host! We hope you will enjoy the NEW IRC4Fun website, but please be patient while we work on bugs that will pop up due to the move. All broken links are scanned and we are
Our sincere apologies to users using the IRC4Fun WebChat (and even some that weren’t) and were Z-lined due to a “DroneBL match” which was false. We have found the problem and fixed it so it should no longer affect innocent users that are actually not listed. siniStar was briefly affected
We’re pleased to announce that muse.IRC4Fun.net is now test-linked to IRC4Fun, admin’d by siniStar. This will give us additional redundancy and backup should one of the existing longtime servers are ever lost.
As of today, all users using the IRC4Fun WebChat (iris) will be connected to IRC4Fun via SSL (secure) connections. This will better ensure new guests’ privacy as well as IRC4Fun users that prefer or have to use the WebChat at work or in public or non-secured networks. We’ve also fixed the Login to Services
We’ve enabled a new feature today in N that will allow users to maintain AJOIN (an “Auto Join” list) that they will automatically be joined to upon successful identification. This will help users that do not have auto-join scripts such as WebChat, Mibbit and Kiwi IRC clients to maintain their auto-join list via N. To add a channel to
IRC4Fun Services were updated today to increase X‘s expiration of non-used channels to 45 days (previously 21)
Welcome to the IRC4Fun Newsletter, volume 2! We hope you had a very Merry Holiday and have a fantastic New Year! IRC4Fun News: We’ve been making more upgrades to our Network and Services to better serve our users. We recently applied some patches and updates to IRC4Fun Services and updated some