With Christmas being a time for the coming together of friends and family it's an apt time for Smuxi, the popular cross-platform desktop IRC client, to push out a new release.
Work has recently begun on a new GNOME 3 IRC app called 'Polari'.
Smuxi, the multi-platform IRC client, has been updated and refreshed with a new look. Read on to see what's new and improved.
I need to confess: it's been a while since I last wrote about the (frankly awesome) IRC client Smuxi. But today sees Smuxi push out a new bug-fix update to its 0.8.10 release thus giving me an ideal opportunity to make up for my faux pas. So below I present a quick recap of the features of the new stuff, and the important details how to get it all...
Smuxi, my personal favourite IRC client, has a new release available. It adds a number of new features that make it capable of pleasing the most ardent of IRC users.
Half the battle of wanting to contribute to open source is knowing where to start. I remember when I first started contributing to Ubuntu I found it difficult to discover a project to contribute to, especially since I'm not a developer. The Ubuntu community are aware of this, and as such, they've brainstormed a new event that's happening right now.
You need to share some lengthy terminal output, a bizarre conversation or other block of text or others to see. E-Mail is too much effort, creating, saving and sending a file attachment is over-kill but pasting it the chat room or IM window is just going flood it. What to do? PasteBinIt from Tomboy Notes!
Smuxi IRC client - which impressed us considerably in our previous review - has released a new version packed with updates and fixes.
IRC Clients are one category of application that hasn't evolved much over the last few years. Smuxi doesn't deviate from this mould and is an Irssi-inspired IRC client targeted at ‘sophisticated' GNOME users, although available on other platforms, too. Smuxi has more than a handful of ace features up it's sleeve that would make it an ideal consideration if you're looking to switch IRC clients.
Did you know OMG! Ubuntu! has an IRC channel? Oh yeah. We like to geek out, too. If you’ve never visited, but would like to, then this post is a quick guide on how to […]