Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2011 18:49:47 +0300 From: Shinnok <admin@...nnok.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: irc channel for Openwall -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi, I have been looking for an official irc channel for Openwall where people can ask questions or just idle around on issues pertaining to JtR, Owl, oss-security and everything Openwall in general. Is there an #openwall channel somewhere or for individual projects like #owl? I have been scouring openwall.com and freenode but I couldn't find something official. There is #oss-security on freenode but I'm not sure about it's official status? I find having an interactive communication channel pretty important on projects of these size and complexity(thinking Owl and JtR somewhat). Most of the other security open source projects have some kind of presence on irc, #bactrack-linux for Backtrack, #nmap for Nmap or #metasploit for Metasploit, all on freenode, just to name a few. A good place for such a channel would be freenode of course and I'm the first offering to idle on it and answer questions that I can or ask questions of my own. Apologies for sending this e-mail to john-users, but there's no other more appropriate list other then owl-users. If Solar Designer thinks this question is appropriate for owl-users too, please forward this to that list too. I am also hoping that the people reading this list will reply to this e-mail if they welcome this idea and think such a support channel would be useful or the opposite. Thanks, Shinnok -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (GNU/Linux) iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJNodGYAAoJEAzuYPBIYMpXzb0IAJzSzfgJWMF3OP/uhf706Egc gKwSxs3vzzNw8JVW65ApW9ptTwkGKKYbQuefijgKpQWBy5Z28gNAjMby8fVL6NVr Ta+nawPFhvikIeJrxCrw6oxVLNx1rX+ulRz1+HFjw5+ty/eJgrUkXfzOX4Kclem+ iZD7OAc0j5pHyTu8EI3yUJgI2qw7biHZaq3Rcso56O3PgTlcYykz7VJDGnmLDwaa lu3Hx0PDl9kvfl++elLOWdx1cdWDwukccoJxZMt0TZ5N6oIRn4EGn8BsJeu/f+Vc 0ig1UyIwDgsfWqWARArRDqlILwo4sS/voCZcR0qrl63VK0WfbrO9M5QNA4eV9HQ= =0QMz -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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