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** Limechat: http://limechat.net/mac/
 
** Colloquy: http://colloquy.info/
 
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** Snak: http://www.snak.com/
 
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** Hydra IRC: http://www.hydrairc.com/
 
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** AndChat: http://www.andchat.net/
 
** AndChat: http://www.andchat.net/

Revision as of 19:09, 17 July 2011

Help
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The fastest way to get support for DAViCal is usually to connect to the DAViCal IRC channel, which is #davical on irc.oftc.net.

Note that the primary developer of DAViCal is usually at home in New Zealand, which is at UTC+12 or UTC+13, and so if you are in Europe, at work, he could well be fast asleep in bed.

There are a bunch of other helpful people in the channel though, and one of them may be closer to your timezone and may also be able to help you out, but make sure you provide enough information for people to do so. A simple 'DAViCal worketh abnormatically' doesn't really help people understand what your problem is: you need to state facts, and be prepared to look in your PHP (web server) error logs to find them!

Finding us on IRC

Server:   irc.oftc.net
Channel: #davical

If you're not familiar with IRC, visit http://www.oftc.net/ or Wikipedia to find out more.

Recommended IRC Applications

To join us on IRC, you can use the browser based IRC client below, or you can download an IRC application.

An excellent list of available IRC clients can be found on WyldRyde's FAQ page. For more help also look at: IRC Help

Web Based IRC

Click here to use Mibbit for chatting with us. You can accept the default nickname (mib_something_or_other), but it'll be more personal if you choose your own nickname.