IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channels used by the FreeSWITCH Open Source Community Project.
|#freeswitch||Main channel (primarily English)|
|#freeswitch-web||Web and Application Development|
- Please do not use a generic username such as fsuser, change your /nick after logging in.
- Please do not flood our channel. If you are copy and pasting more than 1-2 lines please use our pastebin!
- Do not ask to ask a question. Just ask.
- Do not be rude, crude or otherwise socially unacceptable.
- Do not spam or flood the channel.
- Please feel free to ~take-a-number, which lets users joining the channel later see your pending question.
- If no one answers your question immediately then it may be that no one in the channel knows the answer, or they're busy or away. Please wait before repeating your question, ~take-a-number, or try later in the day (hint the main developers are in the U.S. so probably won't be online if it's nighttime there).
- If you don't get an answer for a long time, try "escalating" it to the mailing list, which has more eyes, but DO NOT ask the same question on both IRC and the mailing list; choose one or the other.
- FreeSWITCH is a free product and the users in the channel are volunteers contributing their time to the project. Please take this into account when asking questions and do not expect a speedy response. If this is not sufficient for you then commercial support is available by sending email to email@example.com.
- See also: http://workaround.org/getting-help-on-irc
If you would like to contribute, please feel free to hang around in the channel. Especially as a beginner you will learn much about FreeSWITCH and soon you will be able to answer other people's questions to keep the cycle going.
We have a robot, c888 who helps run the channel. When (s)he's not AWOL, which happens a lot.
Commands can be used either in the main channel or in a PM with c888.
Stores your question in the waiting list. This means people can come online later and check what questions are currently waiting for an answer.
Please remember to pop your question if you have discovered an answer. If a member of the developer team helps you, he will pop the question off the stack.
You can only have a single question in the list at a time. If you want to ask another question, pop your question then take a new number.
Your question will be automatically removed if you leave the channel. If you rejoin the channel you will need to take another number. Questions aren't answered in number order, but in the order people wish to answer them in based on their knowledge and experience.
Removes your question from the waiting list.
Posts a link to search the FreeSWITCH wiki.
Displays information about a Jira ticket filed on our bug tracker.
Displays an RFC document.
<newfsuser> ~rfc 3261 <@c888> RFC3261 - SIP: Session Initiation Protocol <@c888> http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc3261.html <@c888> http://rfc.net/rfc3261.html
The bot corrects what you typed to what you meant to type:
The optional /g flag replaces all occurences of $old_text.
Displays a definition from the bot's database.
This database can be used to lookup the meaning of any SIP response code:
Gets the bot to post a link to the pastebin.
Posts a link to lmgtfy.com.
Typing Clue or Cluecon gets the bot to post a link to the Cluecon website.
Some commands are restricted to prevent abuse, making the bot flood the channel.
Displays the currently waiting tickets.
Non-operator users can view the list in their browser.
Displays the latest Git HEAD. Admin users only.
Displays the current participants on the 888 conference.
See the log archives.
Also available as a single file (warning: very large).
You can use many IRC chat clients to connect such as Pidgin, mIRC and Icechat for Windows, Limechat for Mac OS X, Irssi, WeeChat or XChat for Unix-like systems, ChatZilla for Mozilla browsers or any other standard IRC program.