This is a public announcement about the return of the BSDNet IRC network. Last week we were busy with making the comeback of BSDNet. It has been offline for 2 years because of a few reasons I can't tell you right now. Maybe in the future I will. At the moment the network is stable and secure with updated IRCd and services software and with many new features: web chat, cloud chat, etc. If you are a newbie you may be wondering: what the hell is BSDNet ?! It is not only a simple IRC Network but we have a growing "BSDNet members" community. It unites security/software developers, hackers and other alike. Our community is like freenode's but it's only smaller. ;-)
BSDNet IRC Network was born as independent and nonprofit IRC Network. It was a good alternative to other Lithuanian IRC Networks such as “Aitvaras” or “Vakarų tinklai” at the time. The network provided more softed rules compared to other networks. Together we started to find more congenials who are using UNIX based operating systems and Open Source Software. The network was growing up with more users and the BSDNet community was born. The best thing that describes BSDNet at that time was our support for users by providing them with information about systems administration, using and deployments. Our community always did very huge step by providing support and help to the users (including very professional ones). BSDNet is always secure and stable IRC Network, every server is linked securely using strong encryption SSL, clients are also protected by the same way if they are connecting to the network using SSL connection. Nor logs nor any other information about BSDNet, BSDNet services, web, users or other materials are being logged. We guarantee you that any information transmitted by or in BSDNet IRC network will never be published or logged.So you are welcome to our IRC community, just point your client to irc.bsdnet.lt (SSL Port 6668) The main channel is #BSDNet. Also you can use our web chat or cloud chat instead.
BSDNet name came quite unexpectedly. Just then used the BSD operating system plus the NET (Network) extension. We got a great title name, and decided to leave it.
ALSO! We are always looking for a new support by supporting us with slave backup IRCd servers (links). So if you wanna link, just contact NetAdmin at firstname.lastname@example.org.