Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2001 14:09:38 -0700
Reply-To: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>
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From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>
Subject: Re: IRC SAS Channel; also thanks to David Ward on object basedSAS
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SAS Programmers Worldwide are already united using SAS-L, and we don't have to be logged on to see what's happening. What's the advantage to IRC?
Development Manager, Technical Group
METRICS Department, First Health
West Sacramento, California USA
>>> "Barry Schwartz" <barry@RUSTYBRICK.COM> 11/01/2001 7:19 am >>>
IRC is similar to AOL chat rooms but they are much more text based.
IRC works with any internet connection. You connect to a server and then
join a channel (chat room) and there is your live online resource of 100
people who specialize in your area.
For more information on irc please go to http://www.irc.org/
By setting up a channel devoted to SAS programmers we can unite SAS
programmers worldwide. Could you imagine the benefits???
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> Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2001 09:09:14 -0600
> To: Barry Schwartz <barry@RUSTYBRICK.COM>
> Cc: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> Subject: Re: IRC SAS Channel; also thanks to David Ward on object based SAS
> Forgive a really stupid question, but what is the IRC?
> Barry Schwartz To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> <barry@RUSTYBRICK cc:
> .COM> Subject: IRC SAS Channel
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> 11/01/2001 08:53
> Please respond to
> Barry Schwartz
> Is anyone interested in making a SAS chat room on IRC?
> Many of the other programming languages have chat channels devoted to them
> in order to help other programmers with their problems.
> If your interested, please email me and we can get this set up.
> Barry Schwartz