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So long before I joined the site, I was into Halo. I stumbled upon one site that was a wikipedia style site. Something to note about it is the ability to join the IRC without a client:

 

http://www.halopedian.com/Special:WebChat

 

Thats the link. I don't know what it connects to or what it uses, but it could be a way to help new users by directing them to it instead of clogging up the forums. Granted, #tulpa is circlejerk heaven.

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So long before I joined the site, I was into Halo. I stumbled upon one site that was a wikipedia style site. Something to note about it is the ability to join the IRC without a client:

 

http://www.halopedian.com/Special:WebChat

 

Thats the link. I don't know what it connects to or what it uses, but it could be a way to help new users by directing them to it instead of clogging up the forums. Granted, #tulpa is circlejerk heaven.

 

I am not sure what client is that, but it looks like the qwebirc web client.It connects to a normal IRC server, like #tulpa (#tulpa is not the server, its the room/channel)

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Right now I'm leaching off LTT's webchat (Resources page); he's using some sort of Java client.

 

The client they're using indeed is qwebirc, and I think we'd be able to make the #tulpa thread default. I'd probably add it in if LTT's webchat ever goes offline.

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But LTT uses Java, and Java makes my browser crash. Embedding the thing in the OP works for me.


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Doesn't that webchat use python or something, though? I'm not sure how to set it up on my host. Anyone have a link to a javascript one?

 

Unless you guys mean to just hotlink off that wiki's, but theirs is set up for freenode.

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I don't know about any of that, but what I do know is that whatever method they used to embed qchat works for me. I'm sure a similar situation can be rigged up with Rizon and #tulpa.

 

http://qchat.rizon.net/?channels=%23tulpa

 

Did this on the rizon thing.


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I don't know about any of that, but what I do know is that whatever method they used to embed qchat works for me. I'm sure a similar situation can be rigged up with Rizon and #tulpa.

 

http://qchat.rizon.net/?channels=%23tulpa

 

Did this on the rizon thing.

 

OH, that makes things easier! I'll just link to that page.

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Why not embed it?

I just don't think it's worth making another page just for chatting (unless I embed directly on the resources page, which is something else I'd not really like to do).

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Thanks, pleeb!

 

Also, was about to post a link to THIS.

 

Oh I know. I saw you in this very thread... In the future.


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