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Newsgroups: comp.sources.d, comp.protocols.tcp-ip
From: mel...@jacobs.CS.ORST.EDU (Todd Ferguson)
Date: 10 Feb 89 05:40:57 GMT
Local: Fri, Feb 10 1989 12:40 am
Subject: Re: multiparty, real-time, lightweight sequenced communications
In article <8...@mailgw.cc.umich.edu> e...@mailgw.cc.umich.edu (Ed Vielmetti) writes:I have recently got ahold of a program called irc (Internet Relay Chat)
>What's the state of the art in real-time chat programs connected
>across an internet? The goal is something like 'party' only over
>multiple systems. I've heard of 'phone' but don't have any more
>pointers than that, & there must be others.
Each machine runs its own server and the servers are link in a tree fashion
to a master server. I've only messed with it a little, but it appears
to be a good program. I got it through anonymous ftp to 188.8.131.52
(tolsun.oulu.fi) and have asked the author about release to the USENET.
We currently have a small network of 5 machines, 2 at OSU and 3 at DU,
with orion.cair.du.edu as the master server. If you get this program,
you should try connecting to this network.
Hope this helps.
Disclaimer: Uh?? What???
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