Channel Listing

Version 1.1.7


Last translated by Fredfred () on 2013-08-10

Last revised by h () on 2017-04-16

Originally written by Help WebTeam () on 2000-06-01

Please direct any comments or feedback about this document (only! no help requests!) to docs@dal.net. If you need help on issues not covered in this document, please see the information at http://help.dal.net.

Finding a Channel

Now that you can sign onto IRC, where do you go next? The easiest way to find a channel on IRC is via the /list command. It enables you to search through the thousands of channels on DALnet and find one that interests you. The syntax is

/list *subject*

Let's say you wanted to find a channel that dealt with horses; you'd type:

/list *horse*

You would then be provided with a list of channels that all have the word "horse" in their name (for example, #horselovers, #ILoveHorses, and so on). If you wish to register a channel of your own, check our ChanServ page at http://docs.dal.net/docs/chanserv.html. For an advance help of using the /list command, you can read http://docs.dal.net/docs/misc.html#2.

Contents

1 · Help Channels

The following is a listing of the various Help Channels and the topics which they cover.

#amIRC

Amiga Client

#DALnetAide

Help in French

#DALnetAyuda

Help in Spanish

#DALnetHelp

Services and General IRC Help in English

#DALnetHilfe

Help in German

#DALnetYardim

Help in Turkish

#ArabHelp

Help in Arab

#HelpDesk

Bot/Script Help

#IRCHelp

General IRC Assistance

#ItaliaHelp

Help in Italian

#Hjelp

Scandinavian help channel

#Help

New-to-IRC Help

#Macintosh

Mac Help

#mIRC

mIRC Client

#NoHack

Virus/Trojan Cleaning Assistance

#OperHelp

IRC Operator Assistance

#NixHelp

Help For Unix And Linux Operating System

#RomaniaHelp

Channel For Helping Users From Romania

#MsiaHelp

Help in Indonesia and Malay

#JmIRChelp

Help in jmIrc client

2 · National Channels

Channels which use languages other than English. Please note that this is only a basic list, and thousands more "alternative language" channels exist on DALnet. The following is a listing with the language spoken in that channel.

#brasil

Portuguese

#finland

Finnish

#iceland

Icelandic

#india

Indian

#israel

Hebrew

#italia

Italian

#malaysia

Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay

#Indonesia

Indonesian

#manila

Tagalog, English

#france and #quebec

French

#norway

Norwegian

#mexico and #spain

Spanish

#pakistan

Pakistani

#poland

Polish

#russia

Russian

#sweden

Swedish

#ksa

Arabic

3 · Gaming Channels

The following is a listing of the various gaming channels.

#Uno

Play UNO! cards online

#Trivialand

Trivia with multi features

#Blackjack

Blackjack 21!

#IdleRPG

Join and idle forever

4 · Connecting DALnet through Webchat

You can connect to DALnet by *kiwi webclient* and/or DALnet webclient.

By Kiwi: http://m.dal.net/#channel-name

You can replace *channel-name* with any channel from the above list

For example: http://m.dal.net/#help

You can also connect through our DALnet Webchat

https://www.dal.net/webchat/

For other mobile clients please visit http://docs.dal.net/docs/newbie.html#1 for more information.

5 · References

The following URLs are useful documents that may be of interest to you.

1) http://help.dal.net/HelpCommittee - Information and application for recommended help channel status.

2) http://docs.dal.net/docs/chandev.html - Channel Development and Security Guide