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Sorry this gets out a bit late, but the current Java-based client
could do this without problems.
Currently it's restricted to #wikipedia-en-help (default), #wikipedia
and #wikipedia-en to avoid scaring away all the new users unfamiliar
with IRC, but I could expand the list of channels if anyone would like
me to. The only major problem that it throws out a security warning
the first time you use it, which cannot be avoided.
I could register and get a popup listing me as the owner of the
certificate, but the best thing would probably be if someone from
Wikimedia could do it, as we'd be able to have a Wikimedia certificate
that could be used on other projects if needed.
Sean Whitton wrote:
Okay, not a problem. I shall wait for any further
On 26/05/07, River Tarnell <river(a)attenuate.org> wrote:
Similar - the only proper difference (aside from
making it look
nicer ;)) will be that it will only have Wikimedia channels
where his has places like ##philosophy. It'd be good if a ts
admin could weigh in on this :-)
please don't do this for the moment. i'm
inclined not to allow
it, but i'll give it a bit more thought.
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