I think the "Everything you need" page can have some summary directions with a link to the more detailed instructions here (for people like me who really don't get it). OwenIsCool 10:18, 23 April 2007 (CDT)
- Yeah, Facility J isn't the only group that uses MIRC either. It's fine to have the information in both places. --JayHenry 21:02, 1 May 2007 (CDT)
mIRC is not IRC
This article should be called IRC. mIRC is just one program for accessing IRC networks, THERE IS NO SUCH THING as a mIRC network, and you can't acess mIRC through a web browser. you CAN however access IRC through a web Browser, or by using mIRC, ircle, XCHAT, or ANY of the Dozens of IRC applications. -misty 00:55, 6 May 2007 (CDT)
- I agree whole-heartedly. In fact, this shouldn't even require discussion beforehand - the page is just plain factually wrong, misleading, and needs to be changed asap.
- mIRC vs. IRC. And this one for those who think mIRC is the non-plus-ultra.