IRC is Not Dead
February 27th, 2020
38 mins 13 secs
About this Episode
Self-Hosted IRC solutions are better than ever. Alan Pope joins us to make a case for the classic way to communicate online and tells us about a modern client for the web, mobile, and desktop you run on your server.
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