Connecting users to LoCo's via IRC

Santiago Zarate santiago-ve at
Mon Aug 3 18:48:56 BST 2009

It would be the same as having them to autojoin #ubuntu what about #ubuntu-<countrycode> 
and a localized popup message with quassel and/or Xchat giving the user a warm welcome... 
its a way more interesting idea i gues... 

On Lun 03 Ago 2009 11:30:30 Chuck Frain escribió:
> How about defaulting to an #ubuntu-welcome channel that would have a
> welcome text saying go to #ubuntu for help, #ubuntu-COUNTRYCODE for
> local info, and other basics?
> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 5:51 AM, Jorge O. Castro <jorge at> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> >
> > Right now in our IRC clients when you launch them we autojoin them to
> > #ubuntu. This makes the channel unwieldy, see
> >
> >
> > I was wondering how people felt about having the users join
> > #ubuntu-COUNTRYCODE instead, so depending on your locale it would join
> > you to that channel instead of #ubuntu. How do you feel about this,
> > would it be useful for LoCo's or do you feel like you would get
> > "spammed" by random users?

Santiago Zarate
santiago-ve at
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(+58) 4241073905
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