#TowerUnite, An Unofficial IRC Chat!
Who will consistently populate this chat: @Drachen, @Caboose700, @PoliteWhale PoliteWhale, Serjunpe, Skiziwager, the esteemed bot Samaritan (courtesy of Caboose700), and more! In essence, we will have at the very least five people active (counting Samaritan makes it six!)
Will I see developers on this chat? I cannot speak on behalf of the developers, but my guess would be no. It is entirely their choice if they wish to enter our channel or not.
Where can you find us? Connect to irc.rizon.net on the IRC client of your choice, and then join the #TowerUnite channel!
For some more information about Rizon:
Run by nearly 100 staff members over 20 worldwide servers, Rizon
provides a strong base for any project, be it for fun or serious. In
addition, Rizon takes free speech very seriously and avoids any
What rules can you expect? Just don’t be a dick. We don’t care what you talk about, what you discuss, or what language you use, but please keep it friendly between your fellow chatmates. We do not tolerate censorship of any kind here.
Furthermore, Samaritan, our friendly neighborhood bot-man, logs everything stated in the chat. You can find the logs publicly at http://gamechaser.net/pixeltail/
Why do you guys log chats? Simply as a method to combat censorship and ensure that everyone is accounted for and protected underneath our rules and promise of no censorship.
Why did you guys splinter from the “official” IRC chat? Our Declaration of Creation can be found here.
Can I expect rights/permissions? Sure… over time. I current have a team of creators that I have entrusted with power at the moment but, in time, as you prove to be a chat regular, you can expect to be treated well! The issue here is that in the community that we are apart of I see no logic reasoning for a moderation team, so rights in the end will be nothing more than simply administrative ones.
You keep talking about Samaritan, what’s so great about him? It? Samaritan is Caboose700’s amazing IRC bot that performs a variety of functions, not limited to but including: logging the chat, providing weather information, sharing Trello notifications, displaying the total of the IGG campaign, and displaying whether or not the PixelTail team is streaming on Twitch. You can learn more on Samaritan’s development by visiting its Trello board.
Any further questions may be answered below! I am looking forward to seeing you all as a part of the #TowerUnite team!