SCRN BETA APPS

We are pleased to announce the launch of the beta version of SCRN. SCRN stands for SpiderChat Radio Network. SCRN is owned by SpiderChat Network Enterprise (https://www.spiderchat.org). SCRN is hosted by IRC Radio’s most popular DJ, DJ ScottK.

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UnrealIRCd 5.0.4 released

After more than 6 months of hard work, UnrealIRCd 5 is now our new “stable” branch. In particular I would like to thank Gottem and ‘i’ for their source code contributions and PeGaSuS and westor for testing releases. When we transitioned from 3.2.x to 4.0.0 there were 175,000 lines of source code added/removed during 3 years of development. This time it was 120,000 lines in only 6 months, a major effort.

This new 5.0.4 version fixes quite a number of bugs. It contains only two small feature improvements.

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VPSRUS Closing Business

VPSRUS is our Dedicated Server Provider. We received email from them at 4th Dec 2019 :

The purpose of this letter is to notify you that VPSRUS will be closing business on 01/02/2020. You will need to make arrangements to have your services (Dedicated or Shared Hosting transferred to a new company,  before that date.

After that time, we will no longer be available to provide assistance. Also, customers that have paid per year contact us for a refund of the time left

Thank you for your past business and support. We wish you all the best for your continued success.

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UnrealIRCd 5.0.0 released

UnrealIRCd 5 is here!

Today, Friday the 13th of December 2019, we are releasing UnrealIRCd 5.0.0. After more than 6 months of hard work, UnrealIRCd 5 is now our new “stable” branch. In particular I would like to thank Gottem and ‘i’ for their source code contributions and PeGaSuS and westor for testing releases.

When we transitioned from 3.2.x to 4.0.0 there were 175,000 lines of source code added/removed during 3 years of development. This time it was 120,000 lines in only 6 months, a major effort!

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UnrealIRCd 20 years: a look at the past and the future (U5) by Syzop

This month (May 2019) UnrealIRCd celebrates its 20th birthday. I’m involved with the project for 18 years now. I feel dedicated to the project and feel a responsibility to IRC as a whole. Still, I think the people who really deserve a thanks are the people who support the project by running IRC servers, providing feedback, helping others and of course everyone who uses IRC today. Without you, there would be no UnrealIRCd!

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