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Old 02-03-03, 08:21 PM   #1
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2/3/03 7:25 pm MST, Chat?

2/3/03 7:25 pm MST, Chat anyone? I wil be there a few minutes.
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Dnvr, I only just picked up this message now (20h47 GMT-8) and I checked the chat room and I didn't see anything happening. I like what you are trying to do to get people into the chat room, but maybe most notice is in order?
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What type of notice are you looking for Spire? This has been brought up in the past, I am looking for a new IRC server i can host a whos online bot. Another thing we have talked about is schedual a set time for chat, 3 or 4 times a day...
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If you check Dnvr's message, it is time stamped one hour and four minutes before the scheduled chat session. I think the response might be better.

A schedule would also be a novel idea. Perhaps one time each day that is tailed to a seperate time zone. One for the West, East, Europe, and Australia. I'm not sure whether during work hours or evening is better though.
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If you check Dnvr's message, it is time stamped one hour and four minutes before the scheduled chat session. I think the response might be better.

A schedule would also be a novel idea. Perhaps one time each day that is tailed to a seperate time zone. One for the West, East, Europe, and Australia. I'm not sure whether during work hours or evening is better though.
I don't know about the time stamp???, but the time I put in the notice was the time we were there. There were five of us who got together to chat - Sailguy, Samdebikinman, me, Phoun, and one other I forget.

When I put the notice out, it means I will be in the chat room right then, and I indicated 7:25 MST, which was when I went into the chat room. We were there about 40 minutes.

Joe, perhaps you could have some sort of a box we could check that would flash a message on the main screen or wherever that "Chatters are in chat room now" and would flash for about 15-30 minutes and then cancel.

Also, can't we have both?? Scheduled and non-scheduled? I generally have a limited time available, and if I see a lot of folks on the net and have time, I just post a notice right then.

Spire, if you wanted to chat, why didn't you just post an update or another notice?

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