Yes ok, but I’ve never used IRC this way and I think a lot of people do the same(?). Discord is fine, it looks like a little club lobby, and is user friendly.
I really appreciate ted2go’s chat but, finally, I’ve never really used it except to say hello.
Im sure there is a bot for discord that act’s as a relay and links both chats. discord groups do this a lot actually normally linking in game chats from servers with their out of game people on discord.
I just tried to access via Ted2go but get booted from the server for not identifying via SASL? It’s been a long time since I’ve even used IRC, and searching for a simple answer is bringing up answers that will take days to read and understand. Any tips on how to get connected?
I haven’t updated the Ted2Go IRC client in some time, so it might be a bit busted heh.
This is likely due to the server you’ve been assigned, you should be able to connect later via Ted2Go and be assigned a different one.
But I recommend using something like Hexchat on Linux to connect to Freenode and join #monkey2.
You can grab it for free over at: https://hexchat.github.io/
That way you can stay connected outside of Ted2Go as well. 🙂
But if you desperately want to use Ted2Go’s IRC, you can jump into settings and change the server to a specific Freenode server, instead of connecting to the network and being assigned one based on location.
Here’s a list (not sure how updated it is though): http://freenode-redesign.herokuapp.com/irc_servers.php
There’s also a web based solution, look at my first post in this thread.