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The #dataone IRC channel available on the irc.ecoinformatics.org IRC server is what the DataONE development team uses for chatting and is a good resource for asking quick questions.

If you don't have an IRC client available, then you can use the web interface available at http://webchat.nceas.ucsb.edu/?channels=dataone

Additional information about the IRC service is available at http://help.nceas.ucsb.edu/chatroomsetup

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The #dataone IRC channel available on the irc.ecoinformatics.org IRC server is what the DataONE development team uses for chatting and is a good resource for asking quick questions.

If you don't have an IRC client available, available or if you can't use IRC because of firewall restrictions at your location, then you can use the web interface available at http://webchat.nceas.ucsb.edu/?channels=dataone. If you're looking for an IRC client, the Wikipedia article comparing IRC clients is one starting point.

Additional information about the Ecoinformatics IRC service is available at http://help.nceas.ucsb.edu/chatroomsetup

If you have longer questions or need to include screen shots or attachments, you can email those to 'developers@dataone.org'. For more pressing needs, it's OK to send the email to the developers list and then get into the IRC channel and ask if someone can look at your question.

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The #dataone IRC channel available on the irc.ecoinformatics.org IRC server is what the DataONE development team uses for chatting and is a good resource for asking quick questions.

If you don't have an IRC client available or if you can't use IRC because of firewall restrictions at your location, then you can use the web interface available at http://webchat.nceas.ucsb.edu/?channels=dataone. If you're looking for an IRC client, the Wikipedia article comparing IRC clients is one starting point.

Additional information about the Ecoinformatics IRC service is available at in the http://help.nceas.ucsb.edu/chatroomchat room setup section of the NCEAS help site.

If you have longer questions or need to include screen shots or attachments, you can email those to 'developers@dataone.org'. For more pressing needs, it's OK to send the email to the developers list and then get into the IRC channel and ask if someone can look at your question.

The #dataone IRC channel available on the irc.ecoinformatics.org IRC server is what the DataONE development team uses for chatting and is a good resource for asking quick questions.

If you don't have an IRC client available or if you can't use IRC because of firewall restrictions at your location, then you can use the web interface available at http://webchat.nceas.ucsb.edu/?channels=dataone. If you're looking for an IRC client, the Wikipedia article comparing IRC clients is one starting point.

Additional information about the Ecoinformatics IRC service is available at in the chat room setup section of the NCEAS help site.

If you have longer questions or questions, need to include screen shots or attachments, or if nobody is on-line in IRC, you can email those to 'developers@dataone.org'. For more pressing needs, it's OK to send the email to the developers list and then get into the IRC channel and ask if someone can look at your question.

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If you don't have an IRC client available or if you can't use IRC because of firewall restrictions at your location, then you can use Please visit slack.dataone.org to be added to the web interface available at http://webchat.nceas.ucsb.edu/?channels=dataone. If you're looking for an IRC client, DataONEorg Team and join the Wikipedia article comparing IRC clients is one starting point. #dataone group.

Additional information about Developer topics are generally discussed on the Ecoinformatics IRC service is available at in the chat room setup section of the NCEAS help site.#ci (specifics) or #dataone (more general) channels.

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