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Well WOPN Continues, this project is growing not in work done but work that truly needs to be done to be done right.

ogg/vorbis while solid to listen to is HORRIBLE to stream right now, and we havn't the slightest how the brits got it working.

on the music front a few bands have been tentatively contacted, and further hopefully will actually respond. again if you know someone who wants their music played we're going to put up an info page on sourceforge. the wopn sourceforge project has been registered. don't expect much more for a main page than a plaintext white sheet, it's going to be exceptionally dry on that site as its more a technical reference than a public page and may be a collection of the project workers whims more than anything. if you have anything to add or suggest to it please let us know.

To prove I am not always working I am attempting to in the shortest time I can manage achieve a 50 karma on /. (what can I say I'm bored)

28 Feb 2002 (updated 4 Mar 2002 at 09:14 UTC) »

well I finally got around to createing one of these now that I'm actually involved in a project. As ogg/vorbis become more stable it looks like WOPN is close to getting off the ground. This project aims not so much to free code as to free music, and due to the strong musical background in my family, I'm honored to be a part of this. An e-mail has been drafted to one band already but not sent and we're looking for others to help out. if you read this and have a band and would like your music put out on the WOPN radio when it finally reaches maturity, please let me know, along obviously with the necessary music samples.

in other news it was an exciting day as the localizations project kicked off on dungeonfyre, when unbeknownst to me one of my .eu opers rewrote most of the ircd output in swedish. it struck me that although services had been highly localized, the ircd hadn't. I with the help of my bilingual staff have started work on localizations for the various servers, that will be posted under the GPL (to co-incide with hybrid). I may try to write the french version if I get time, but my french is rusty.

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