Today i found on the FAQ: Great! I wanted to get some advice and feedback for my late-night modding excersizes, so this would seem a good place. Instead of a few modders, the channel was used by a random selection of apple/micro$oft discussion junkies, much like 90% of the IRC channels in the world i guess. The people talking kindly informed me that the channel was no longer used by bit-tech. (well, not kindly actually, but i'm no critic) The point of this thread is not a rant. If you came here looking for rant or quickchat, [thread=142352]this is your thread[/thread] Is there any way of setting up a proper channel, one that is (among others) about hardware and casemodding, like say um... this website? I think that by simply locating the channel on a server that is not used by so many generic IRC-elitists, we'd have a very good chance of the channel actually being good or even helpful. For example, chatspike is a great irc network. Well-supported, good services and nice people, mainly because it's not so big. I'm sure there's many more great servers, i just happen to know this one. I'd be really happy if any of the mods could comment on this issue, and ofcourse i invite all bit-tech people to help take this in a positive direction.