Editors Meeting 2 is...

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Sunday, September 17 at 9:30 pm eastern time. I've backed it up 30 minutes so we can get some more business in. This meeting is at EFNet's #marpeditors - and you need to use the same password to get in the room as the editors board.

Skito - please join us if you can! I've chatted on IRC for over 4 years and nothing's happened(especially if you don't use a real name when they ask for a real name - I use Gameboy9 as a real name. I use an incorrect email address too.)

Agenda is as follows:

a. Regulation Report

b. Tourney Report

1. The 8 games to play will be selected here.

2. What settings we'll use will be selected here as well.

3. A new voting scheme will be determined.

c. Programming MARP(old business)

d. Editor's benefit of a DQed recording(old business)

e. Confirmation Levels

f. Staff Page issues

g. MAME TE update

h. Leaderboard changes

i. Meetings involving all people

j. New Business

Any additions - please let me know. GB9

-- Anonymous, September 14, 2000


so how do you use irc i got a client and i tried channel "#marp" but i couldn't connect, do i need to input a ip or domain name for the name service?

-- Anonymous, September 15, 2000

what you'll need to do is connect to an IRC server. The way you do this is by typing:

/server irc.prison.net <--- this is an EFNet server - and is a good example.

When you see some form of the Message of the day(MOTD) - then you know you're on the server. THEN you can type /join #marp - or in the meeting's instance, /join #marpeditors marpeditors64 (the last word is a key or password you'll need to get in the room)

I hope this answers your question. :) GB9

-- Anonymous, September 16, 2000

irc.prison.net is banning me :) I was able to connect with linux irc but i'm on windows mirc now, i guess if all else fails i'll do the linux irc.

-- Anonymous, September 17, 2000

You've met a net-split Skito - hang on and you'll be back in a few minutes.

-- Anonymous, September 17, 2000

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