From Brett Cornwall to ~emersion/soju-dev
--- doc/getting-started.md | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/doc/getting-started.md b/doc/getting-started.md index 809a215..250bb92 100644 --- a/doc/getting-started.md +++ b/doc/getting-started.md @@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ channels from a ZNC config file: ### Client supporting `soju.im/bouncer-networks` If your are using a client supporting the `soju.im/bouncer-networks` IRC If you are using a client supporting the `soju.im/bouncer-networks` IRC[message trimmed]
From Brett Cornwall to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox
Shirking the expectation of being always-online for instant messaging has been incredibly helpful for me: My chat experience became more meaningful when I stopped using bouncers. To me, IRC is valuable for mostly-synchronous communication (why not just use email otherwise?) This makes it more "real" to me, too. When I'm joining a room it's as if I'm entering via meatspace: I might be joining mid-conversation without context, and that's fine! Like you mentioned, I don't need or want to review logs from when I was absent.