MindForge is an IRC network, providing facilities to open source and free software project communities. Our desire is to create a nice place for users to chat and to create a big community for sharing and exchanging ideas. This network is open to everyone: register your nickname, create a channel, make friends and enjoy! :)

Summer update and what's coming up

It’s been awhile since we've posted anything and we want to make you know what’s been going on.

Early in 2015, just after MindForge's 11th anniversary, eMule released the first beta version of the upcoming 0.50b. One of the reasons that MindForge was created, developed and exists is to support the most popular open source P2P ever made: eMule is and always will be the very core of MindForge.

The new version has corrected some minor problems on Kad network, made some adjustments on the band usage efficiency, libraries updates and much more. You can download your eMule 0.50b BETA1 here and read more information about the stable version development on the official forum.

In the last past few months, we have kept in touch with the administrators of the main network directories, IRC Web clients and many mobile apps developers, aiming to maintain and improve our presence more effectivity on Internet. We were not expecting such an overwhelming response and as a result we have many new users from around the world from places like U.S., India, Japan, China and Pakistan. All them united in MindForge network.

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MindForge, you are getting old!

Fear not, we are back! Hurrah! That's right, we are live, on air, again. And we have quite some fascinating and interesting news. Yes, we haven't posted anything for a while, which is sad, but today we celebrate a very important milestone in the life of MindForge: it's been 10 years! 120 months. 3652.42 days. 87658 hours and 6 minutes.

During these 87658 hours and 6 minutes, the Internet has seen MindForge come to life and grow. We've had servers come and servers go, we've had good and bad users, staff members joining and quitting, new features, not-so-new features, games, arguments between users and/or IRCOps, and -to put it delicately- a "fair" share of the infamous DDoS attacks that haunt the internet these days.

And yet, here we are. Petabytes, or perhaps even exabytes of traffic have flowed from every corner in the world, hopping from router to router, sometimes going back and forth to space, with the ultimate goal of providing you with the greatest chatting experience in a friendly and kind community.

We all have our own lifes outside of IRC, and even though most of us wouldn't know if we bumped into each other in the street, at the end of the day, we all have a common place to come together and have a nice, relaxing chat.  It's definitely been a long ride, but just like real life, people managed to make good friends. Friendships that last over the years. Friendships across the world, be it with the neighbor next door, or a million miles away. Friendships that know no race, religion, country borders. Ultimately, friendships based on the principle of freedom. We, at MindForge, are proud to be part of this global movement and provide our users with the best chatting experience. We might not have tens of thousands of users, but those who stay are truly part of this network's blood.

To celebrate this important landmark in our history, we have prepared something. We are upgrading our services to Anope 2.0.1, along with some in-house custom tweaks. Below, you will find a list of the new commands in our services' pseudoclients.

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We are back!

We want to announce to you that the MindForge website is back! We hope that you like the new design.

As everyone knows the 15th of March is the 9th MindForge network birthday and this is our birthday present for the network and users. We would like also to thank all of you for being with us during so many years, good years and sometimes very difficult years that made our network stronger and better.

Remember that since some time you can also find us on the social networks Facebook and Twitter. In addition, don't forget you can connect to MindForge through the new webchat.

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