So, how did we get from hacky browser IRC to the Slack we all know and love?" "Like a well-built home, great software focuses on giving its users hundreds of small, satisfying interactions.
Irony: when the person who keeps dropping non-sequitur criticisms, changing their username, and being unresponsive accuses YOU of trolling
viewing a candidate's behavior and displayed competence on IRC networks is more useful in ways that that Github and StackExchange possibly can't provide.
A little server that enables public access to a Slack server. Like Freenode, but on Slack.
aaronpk: I just had a crazy idea to create an IRC server emulator that is actually a micropub client and indieweb reader
Hector is a private group chat server for people you trust. It speaks a small subset of the IRC protocol and is written in Ruby with the EventMachine library.