Re: Is freshmeat the right place for irc scripts?
I might *almost* agree with you, except for 2 things:
1. There are 2 subscriptions to this in 2 days.
2. The freshmeat crew, having already added it, made that decision
The fact is, freshmeats' audience is not limited to one particular core group, Not everyone uses php, not everyone uses irc, not everyone uses tcl (specifically tcl scripts for eggdrop) and yet, they are all here. You mention xchats' website..is there NOT a 100 places to make php scripts available? Or eggdrop tcls? Or shell scripts? Why yes, there are, however freshmeat probably gets the biggest audience.
I promise I will not be offended if you decided to skip over my listing if you happen to see it again :)
Have a great day,
PS: This is, btw, a perl script, used within xchat, which is an irc client.
> Hmmm, I dont think freshmeat.net is the
> right place to announce all the 1000s of
> irc scripts for 1000s of irc clients.
> XChat has an own script listing on its
> webpage www.xchat.org and I think xchat
> scripts should be announced there. Only
Is freshmeat the right place for irc scripts?
Hmmm, I dont think freshmeat.net is the right place to announce all the 1000s of irc scripts for 1000s of irc clients.
XChat has an own script listing on its webpage www.xchat.org (www.xchat.org) and I think xchat scripts should be announced there. Only there.
Re: Name taken
Thank you for letting me know, I wasnt aware. Have submitted a change just now..
"xsysinfo" is a different program already included
with many Linux distributions.
You may want to come up with another name for your
script to avoid confusion.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.