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=== Eris Free Network ===
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=== About ===
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Efnet is short for '''Eris Free Network''' and one of the biggest and oldest [[Irc]] networks.
  
One of the biggest and oldest [[Irc]] networks.
 
 
Named after the Goddess [[Eris]]. Which is knee-slapping hillarious.
 
Named after the Goddess [[Eris]]. Which is knee-slapping hillarious.
 
Indeed it is hillarious because it actually meant "free of eris".
 
Indeed it is hillarious because it actually meant "free of eris".
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I love the coincidences and take Efnet as the 'Free Network of Eris' instead of 'A Network free of Eris' now.;) [[User:mutante|mutante]] 21:18, 6 Mar 2005 (CET)
 
I love the coincidences and take Efnet as the 'Free Network of Eris' instead of 'A Network free of Eris' now.;) [[User:mutante|mutante]] 21:18, 6 Mar 2005 (CET)
  
=== Efnet History ===
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=== History ===
  
 
In August 1990 the first major disagreement took place in the [[IRC world]]. The "A-net" ([[Anarchy]] net) included as server named eris.berkeley.edu. It was all open, required no passwords and had no limit on the number of connects. As Greg "wumpus" Lindahl explains: "it had a wildcard server line, so people were hooking up servers and nick-colliding everyone".
 
In August 1990 the first major disagreement took place in the [[IRC world]]. The "A-net" ([[Anarchy]] net) included as server named eris.berkeley.edu. It was all open, required no passwords and had no limit on the number of connects. As Greg "wumpus" Lindahl explains: "it had a wildcard server line, so people were hooking up servers and nick-colliding everyone".
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* [http://efnet.org/?module=servers efnet server list]
 
* [http://efnet.org/?module=servers efnet server list]
  
=== Channels on Efnet ===
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=== Server lists ===
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* http://www.efnet.org/?module=servers
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* http://www.erienet.net/~circle/links.html
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=== Channels ===
 
   
 
   
 
The most oldest discordian chann on [[Efnet]] is #[[Illuminati]]
 
The most oldest discordian chann on [[Efnet]] is #[[Illuminati]]
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=== #wiki on Efnet ===
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==== #wiki on Efnet ====
  
 
In the channel #wiki on [[Efnet]] you can find the [[Special:Recentchanges|recent changes]] of this wiki and use some [[bot]] commands like:
 
In the channel #wiki on [[Efnet]] you can find the [[Special:Recentchanges|recent changes]] of this wiki and use some [[bot]] commands like:
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(more to come if you deliver ideas)
 
(more to come if you deliver ideas)
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=== Connection problems ===
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* [http://www.irchelp.org/irchelp/networks/connectprob.html Connection Troubleshooting Guide]
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=== IRC newbie guides ===
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* [http://www.rahul.net/dholmes/irc/irc-info.html Ensor's IRC Newbie Information Guide Thing]
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* [http://www.irchelp.org/irchelp/irctutorial.html An IRC Tutorial]
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Also see [[IRC]]
  
 
[[Category:IRC]]
 
[[Category:IRC]]
 
[[Category:Networking]]
 
[[Category:Networking]]

Revision as of 19:29, 19 June 2005

About

Efnet is short for Eris Free Network and one of the biggest and oldest Irc networks.

Named after the Goddess Eris. Which is knee-slapping hillarious. Indeed it is hillarious because it actually meant "free of eris".

But we put the eris back in efnet like discordian.com put the disco back in discordian'.

Notice the double (or triple) twist in this; being related to Eris, Seti, being hosted in Berkeley which refused to be Q-lined by Anarchy-Net.

As a bonus the Karl Koch connection who supposedly hacked into LBL at Berkeley, where Clifford Stoll was monitoring their activity.:)

I love the coincidences and take Efnet as the 'Free Network of Eris' instead of 'A Network free of Eris' now.;) mutante 21:18, 6 Mar 2005 (CET)

History

In August 1990 the first major disagreement took place in the IRC world. The "A-net" (Anarchy net) included as server named eris.berkeley.edu. It was all open, required no passwords and had no limit on the number of connects. As Greg "wumpus" Lindahl explains: "it had a wildcard server line, so people were hooking up servers and nick-colliding everyone".

The "Eris Free network", EFnet, made the eris machine the first to be Q-lined (Q for quarantine) from IRC

(wumpus' words again: "Eris refused to remove that line, so I formed EFnet. It wasn't much of a fight; I got all the hubs to join, and almost everyone else got carried along."). A-net was formed with the eris servers, EFnet was formed with the non-eris servers. History showed most servers and users went with EFnet. The name EFnet lived only shortly, as soon as ANet had died, the name EFnet became void too. There was one and only IRC left again.


Server lists


Channels

The most oldest discordian chann on Efnet is #Illuminati There is also the S23 SETI channel appropriately named #Seti23

You might want to try these channels: #seti23 #s23 #23 #fnord #discord #illuminati #bots #egghelp #idlerpg #eggtcl #shrooms #debian #debian.de #hackerz #perl #2600

Add more below:

#AlienPr0n #S23MembersAllNakedAndSmokingDrugs #GoodCleanFun #MyGodCanKickYourGodsAss

#wiki on Efnet

In the channel #wiki on Efnet you can find the recent changes of this wiki and use some bot commands like:

.rc     - display last 5 recent changes

.stats  - display s23 wiki access statistics
.find <word> (or .title <word>) - Search Wiki page-titles include <word>.
.content <word> (or .full <word>) - Search the content of Wiki pages for <word>.
.sysops - show sysop mail adresses for emergencies

(more to come if you deliver ideas)

Connection problems


IRC newbie guides

Also see IRC