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smokey4life
Does anyone here still use IRC (internet relay Chat)? Back in my day growing up IRC was the thing to do we didnt have all these p2p networks and programs that we have now a days. Most of all file sharing was done over IRC as well as a multitude of other things. I have been checking out some of the old servers i used to be on, on a regular basis and i have noticed that most of them are dead these days there are no where near as many users on any of them! Seems that most IRC channels (popular ones) i should say are all about PORN! Porn this, Porn that i guess with the growing numbers of social networking sites and instant messaging and chat programs anymore its just not as popular. Sad Kinda sad really!
Vrythramax
ABSOLUTY NOT!

Frihost has a number of channels on DalNet and I spend a good part of my time online there...kinda have to, I'm the IRC-Admin for Frihost Wink

Just check out my sig and why not join us there sometime...it's a good way to gain instant support (all of the Ops in channel are also admins, mods, and account creators here in the forums.
smokey4life
Alright, cool! You will most definitely see me there very shortly. I just reformatted my computer and don't have my mIRC installed and setup right yet but i plan on doing that VERY soon and you'll see me in the channel very often Wink You wouldn't happen to know if idling is allowed there would you? Cause when im on irc i usually leave my computer on 24/7 for the most part and irc stays running. I cant believe that i have been here at Frihost this long and never knew that there was an irc channel about.
rvec
idling is allowed. max and I idle a lot in there, and samithereber is the best idler atm, he has been in there for ages without saying a word Razz.

there is a sticky about the frihost IRC channel: http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-12060.html
Please keep everything about the Frihost channel in there, everything about IRC in general in here.

Edit: seems like I misunderstood the topic sorry for closing it.
adeydas
ofcourse not... we have our college tech team meetings on IRC. also i have heard that LUG's mostly conduct their meetings on IRC!!!
Vrythramax
Looking forward to seeing you there smokey4life...and as Rvec said, idling is allowed...war-type scripts are not however. Well they are allowed, it's your choice as to what script you use, you simply can't use the war functions in the channel.

If anyone would like to see the current channel stats, list of official channels or download free mIRC-type scripts written by Frihosters check this site out http://www.bierkip.nl/frih/...Rvec made this site and handles the stats.

For anyone that isn't familiar with IRC, these channels are 100% free and open to everyone, if you have difficulty connecting simply PM Rvec or myself and we should be able to you up and chatting in no time. We also have a web based Java chat client you can use if you don't have a chat program of your own at: http://www.bierkip.nl/frih/applet/index.html Smile
KronikSindrome
totaly the way of things....

Pages like myspace have ruined the internet Mad

no one visits chatrooms like they used to (and yes,
IRC was one of the big formats back in the day) and
people BLOG instead of using message boards...they
use social networking pages (like myspace) instead
of email accounts and making their own damn web pages.....
having a web page back in the day meant you actually
knew a little bit about using your computer...now any
moron can do it with downloadable lay-outs.

anyway...I'd totaly check out the IRC for this place.....
but I don't have the time or space for it.....

the only place I chat is my dungeon.....
http://www.dungeonofthedamned.net/index.php

that started out as a java chat....then agelfire...then beseen....
then some other weird one....then pjj chat.....

but it still has the 'old feel'....
color font, and side bar for avs....yes yes.....

but it's pretty much super slow these days.....
no one chats anymore....

'grummbles sumore and goes back to my rocking chair to drink my forty"
smokey4life
Yes i know its a damn shame, and i vow to bring back IRC!! lol Twisted Evil At least for my website users im trying to make it more convenient for my users then all these others as possible. Hopefully breathe some life back into the dalnet world!
rvec
yeah we're also trying to do that on frihost. Breathe the live back in. I set up a java applet and a bot for the channel the bot makes stats, logs and "who is online pages" but still we never got 15+ users in. Sad
peak was 11 users (59 days ago).
smokey4life
rvec wrote:
yeah we're also trying to do that on frihost. Breathe the live back in. I set up a java applet and a bot for the channel the bot makes stats, logs and "who is online pages" but still we never got 15+ users in. Sad
peak was 11 users (59 days ago).


Well i will be joining you guys very shortly so add another to your list. Wink I as well am a mIRC scripter and have created my own channel bot, im very interested to as how you created the whos online page generator if you would be so kind to share that with me that is Smile Im guessing you just simply pull the channel list and use the write html command to output it to a file same way mIRCstats work?
rvec
All with eggdrop. I know only a little mircscripting, all I ever did in mirc was a statsupdate script (run mircstats), some bugfixes in a script by Vrythramax (noting big) and some small scripts with help from Tobias.

In eggdrop you have to use TCL and I like that a lot more. I modify most scripts to suit my needs and sometimes write a bit myself (now working on a lastlines script).

If you want to see the scripts I could send you some but I'd have to screen them first because some contain mysql passwords or nickserv/chanserv passwords.
coolclay
For the common folk yes, IRC is dead. Nowadays if you want to chat you just use one of the many chatting programs out there. You want to download something use any number of the downloading programs out there. But for some diehard techies IRC is still very much in use.
Vrythramax
coolclay wrote:
For the common folk yes, IRC is dead. Nowadays if you want to chat you just use one of the many chatting programs out there. You want to download something use any number of the downloading programs out there. But for some diehard techies IRC is still very much in use.


It's certainly not just for "diehard techies", IRC is simply one of the older protocals out there. Saying it is dead is akin to saying telnet or even ftp is dead. All are still very much in use, but not everyone knows how.
missdixy
Awww I've missed IRC.
divinitywolf
I have used IRC although the novelty wore off rather quickly and i don't use it much anymore.
nilsmo
I've used IRC; last time was maybe a week ago. But I use google chat much more: it's just so much more convenient. You can have group chats also, so there's not much advantage to using IRC.
{name here}
smokey4life wrote:
Does anyone here still use IRC (internet relay Chat)? Back in my day growing up IRC was the thing to do we didnt have all these p2p networks and programs that we have now a days. Most of all file sharing was done over IRC as well as a multitude of other things. I have been checking out some of the old servers i used to be on, on a regular basis and i have noticed that most of them are dead these days there are no where near as many users on any of them! Seems that most IRC channels (popular ones) i should say are all about PORN! Porn this, Porn that i guess with the growing numbers of social networking sites and instant messaging and chat programs anymore its just not as popular. Sad Kinda sad really!

Certainly not. Just like the BBS, it's extremely active despite being crippled by newer technologies...except IRC got the better of it and it works slickly. You can say all the junk you want about how unmodern it is compared to other protocols, but it gets the job done and it gets it done well. Wikimedia, Uncyclopedia, Wikia, and many, many open source projects use IRC for communication and technical support.
smokey4life
{name here} wrote:
smokey4life wrote:
Does anyone here still use IRC (internet relay Chat)? Back in my day growing up IRC was the thing to do we didnt have all these p2p networks and programs that we have now a days. Most of all file sharing was done over IRC as well as a multitude of other things. I have been checking out some of the old servers i used to be on, on a regular basis and i have noticed that most of them are dead these days there are no where near as many users on any of them! Seems that most IRC channels (popular ones) i should say are all about PORN! Porn this, Porn that i guess with the growing numbers of social networking sites and instant messaging and chat programs anymore its just not as popular. Sad Kinda sad really!

Certainly not. Just like the BBS, it's extremely active despite being crippled by newer technologies...except IRC got the better of it and it works slickly. You can say all the junk you want about how unmodern it is compared to other protocols, but it gets the job done and it gets it done well. Wikimedia, Uncyclopedia, Wikia, and many, many open source projects use IRC for communication and technical support.


Yes i know many projects and companies use it for support and whatnot, but how many people actually still use it for their own personal reasons? I know quite a few do but not as many as there should be IRC is a GREAT technology but some people don't see it that way anymore they want that flashy chat room with all the fancy garbage ass smilies sets and whatnot people seem to not look at functionality anymore its kinda sad really... If everyone knew the possibilities and the things they could do with IRC compared to these very limited chat rooms and whatnot IRC would be booming again im sure!
Vrythramax
I agree with smokey4life's last post...just try posting a textart picture in any of the instant messaging program...it would puke. Another thing many don't realize is that virtually all of the instant messaging programs currently available are based on the principles of the irc protocal...which means if there was no IRC, there would be no programs like MSN, AIM, ICQ, or any of the others.

IRC STILL RULES!
kenprescott21
IRC is till strong with the old school people. But what I want to know is what happened to news groups, those were all I ever used outlook express for in the early mid 90's.

And the first online chat program POWWOW any of you remember that?
Vrythramax
kenprescott21 wrote:
IRC is till strong with the old school people. But what I want to know is what happened to news groups, those were all I ever used outlook express for in the early mid 90's.

And the first online chat program POWWOW any of you remember that?


I still read some news groups, but there very worth reading anymore...it's mostly all binaries now...and yes I remember POWWOW...do you remember Lynx?
Sphaerenkern
IRC and dead? Come on, even the Usenet lives on. Very Happy
About these IRC vs. Web 2.0 - I wonder: was IRC "trendy"? I mean, nowadays, it's geekstuff, but wasn't it always this way? Do you really think people who used IRC now have a blog and communicate via myspace? Can't imagine that.

I don't use IRC because I don't like chatrooms in general - talking to many people in a text-based way. I prefer IM. Or Videochat. Or telephone. Or Real-Life conversation... Very Happy
erlendhg
I must say I am not a very active IRC user, but I have visited my local IRC channel a few times, and it has always looked very alive to me. The topics that are chatted about might not be as "serious", but they have never really been. At least it is not porn!

Personally, I would have thought that IRC would die out quickly, but it hasn't (completely) yet. It is kind of interesting. Maybe it is nostalgia Razz
Da Rossa
Whoever thinks IRC is dead is on drugs. Everyday they find new uses for it - be them good or bad.
ConquerSockets
Hello all!

IRC haha! Long time haven't heard about that chat system... When i was younger, it was one of the most popular chat system that existed on internet, but now, because of yahoo messenger or msn messenger, it kinda died.
I personally use msn messenger, because I find it more useful and attractif. Its much easier to contact peoples u want to talk to. I don't really like anymore the old way of creating chat forums or stuffs like that and having somebody mederating it. I prefear have a private chat with peoples I want to only and invite peoples in it if I wish also...
Well finally, IRC is still good. Like for peoples that are gamers and have clans or guilds and wants to chat in groups or stuffs like that or simply join a random group of any sort, but personally, msn is the best for me.

Thx cya!
Vrythramax
ConquerSockets wrote:
Hello all!

IRC haha! Long time haven't heard about that chat system... When i was younger, it was one of the most popular chat system that existed on internet, but now, because of yahoo messenger or msn messenger, it kinda died.
I personally use msn messenger, because I find it more useful and attractif. Its much easier to contact peoples u want to talk to. I don't really like anymore the old way of creating chat forums or stuffs like that and having somebody mederating it. I prefear have a private chat with peoples I want to only and invite peoples in it if I wish also...
Well finally, IRC is still good. Like for peoples that are gamers and have clans or guilds and wants to chat in groups or stuffs like that or simply join a random group of any sort, but personally, msn is the best for me.

Thx cya!


I also use MSN...I have a script that adds it to my IRC chat program so I can use both at once in one program...and I don't have to install Messenger Razz
Arnie
rvec wrote:
idling is allowed.
Shocked Is this something new?

Time to bring my idling bot. But you'll never be able to prove it's a bot because it doesn't talk or do anything at all. Mr. Green

Vrythramax wrote:
I agree with smokey4life's last post...just try posting a textart picture in any of the instant messaging program...
Does this mean textart is finally allowed now in #frihost ?
jabapyth
I definitely use IRC -- mostly for programming/computer support, though. Its great to have an interactive conversation to get your point across and understand their answer. I rarely ever use it for just general chatting, however.
rvec
Arnie wrote:
rvec wrote:
idling is allowed.
Shocked Is this something new?

Time to bring my idling bot. But you'll never be able to prove it's a bot because it doesn't talk or do anything at all. Mr. Green

Vrythramax wrote:
I agree with smokey4life's last post...just try posting a textart picture in any of the instant messaging program...
Does this mean textart is finally allowed now in #frihost ?

Idling is allowed, the bot and the textart aren't. The idling game might be a good idea for the bot. I'll put that in my to-do Smile
Arnie
If you name textart as an advantage over IM, why forbid it? Neutral
rvec
because it's not that nice anymore if people use it while you are chatting with someone. And please keep all other conversations about #frihost and all related channels/subjects in this thread. Everything else related to IRC can be in here.
Vrythramax
Arnie wrote:
If you name textart as an advantage over IM, why forbid it? Neutral


It is only banned in our support channels...we also have a games channel (#frihost-games) where textart and irc type games are allowed. We currently have a gamebot running there 24/7 that has many games installed. One thing you should remember about textart...not all chat programs support color-codes and the result is an ugly mess.

You should check it #frihost-games...also on Dalnet. Smile
Arnie
That doesn't sound too bad. I wonder how active IRC is during Christmas Very Happy
JBotAlan
I really personally have no use for IRC. It's just not something I use. I do chat with people, but they aren't logged into IRC, so neither am I. AIM and Yahoo are the two protocols I commonly use.

I know there is a FIRST Robotics IRC channel; I've spent some time in it, but never really got hooked. If I need to send a file, I'll do it through AIM. Pidgin makes a pretty good IM client. I don't use textart; there's no point for me. I just talk with friends. That's it.

If I find a use for IRC, you'll find me there, but I am not using a technology out of nostalgia...

JBot
smokey4life
JBotAlan wrote:
I really personally have no use for IRC. It's just not something I use. I do chat with people, but they aren't logged into IRC, so neither am I. AIM and Yahoo are the two protocols I commonly use.

I know there is a FIRST Robotics IRC channel; I've spent some time in it, but never really got hooked. If I need to send a file, I'll do it through AIM. Pidgin makes a pretty good IM client. I don't use textart; there's no point for me. I just talk with friends. That's it.

If I find a use for IRC, you'll find me there, but I am not using a technology out of nostalgia...

JBot


technology out of nostalgia? You guys have to be playing with me now, IRC is in no way shape or form nostalgic! I guess it is in a sense, but if you have ever took the time to learn anything about it you will see that it has many many many more features then any IM program out there! And if it doesn't have it, guess what? You can add remote scripts. There is literally millions of add-on scripts out there for free public use and if you cant find one that you need that someone has already made there are all kinds of places to where you can have someone make one for you! There is way too much to list on how IRC has more uses then any IM programs but if you look around you can find hundreds maybe even thousands of other uses. IRC's possibilities are virtually endless!!
bulek
In my opinion, IRC is not completely dead, but it has been replaced by more advanced communication technologies. More and more people use Messenger Live and Skype, IRC is just outdated. It's is mainly used for game clans and support channels nowadays, but IRCNet is almost exterminated.
gr8inferno
yes like many of you I used to use IRC chat. Unlike many of you though I lost my appetite on using or logging on at all. I still have the program installed in my cpu, I still have friends who are die hard IRC users. My biggest turn off would be the porns and malicious stuff tha it contains. Also maybe it has something to do with new age internet AKA Web 2.0. I do agree that it will never die and people should be informed on IRC capability.
skygaia
Oh.. it's been a long time to here about IRC. Just few years ago, I would use IRC with my friends.. it didn't involve various function like msn, but it's very useful to communicate for some specific people. I think, as messengers(like msn and yahoo) has developed, more and more people have used those messengers.
I'm curious how many people are using IRC still..
emem
There have been some new protocols "invented" that are much more advanced that IRC Smile But it's nice to remember it...
gtipple
If I get extremely bored, I can always go to my old IRC stomping grounds on slashnet. Several people who are involved in filesharing still use IRC.
eggg
IRC sucked away many hours of my time when I was a youngin', haha. I had a regular channel that the same (5? 6? 7?) few people kept going to for years. It was kind of strange how it happened, a few of us meeting through a silly website and others randomly showing up by chance and never leaving. The internet in general had a different feel back then. HTML and java were pretty much it when it came to site building. It seemed like 7/8 of the net was written in Times New Roman. There were fewer people online and they tended to be, on one hand, smarter and more familiar with a computers' guts, and on the other, dorkier and more reclusive. The good parts of the net were wittier, but also almost campy in the nerdy style of wit that quickly developed. Now, it seems almost everyone uses the internet and things online are a little more mainstream (and a lot more corporate). It was definitely different.
heartbeat
hey IRC was a great comunity, everyone just spoke freely for anyone to hear! IDEAS JUST FLEW VERY FAST!
MSN is an underevolution since they separated us, now we just speak one on one and in irc we would everyday meet new people! IRC WILL BE THE FUTURE, IRC IS NOT DEAD. Just connect yourself to a server and see Wink
ydjluv
IRC still kicks ass! Very Happy
goutha
Well I think that's the end for IRC...

It used to be the state of the art technology, byt right now it's like a 10 years old technology that has never been updated.... Sorry not for me and not for 99% of chat users Smile
ydjluv
sure its been updated... there are new features in the new IRC servers... your right it is old technology but the base technology is actually being used for chat still today.... also I believe that irc technology will be used for the years to come as the internet evolves.... I have to say I am a pretty avid irc user... IRC was one of the first chat servers I ever used...back in the day I had AOL cause there wasnt many choices around... prodigy sucked really bad....I really enjoyed getting on IRC.. I used to actually be a netadmin on the Gamesurge network and I also DJed on their shoutcast servers....
Arnie
eggg wrote:
It seemed like 7/8 of the net was written in Times New Roman.
No, that was the default font setting of your browser, which is reverted to when there's no font specification in the HTML (or CSS nowadays). You can make all those pages show with purple-colored Wingdings on your computer if you wanted to Laughing
Seiji
Nope, I don't use it anymore, I never learned to download from IRC, I always used torrents but I did use it for chatting and whatnot. I find no point in using it now though since I don't really chat and I can download easier by using torrents and clubbox.
misterXY
Arnie wrote:
If you name textart as an advantage over IM, why forbid it? Neutral

no sense at all Evil or Very Mad
friuser
Isn't that what they say about usenet? No it won't go away. Just look at all the technology that evolved since irc. text messaging, message boards, rss feeds, chat. What makes you think some of the chat programs you use aren't really connected thru irc? It's versatile, low resources, and easy to use provided you know how to install a client.
ZenFountain
IRC > IM Smile

Been on #frihost the past few days, more should join. I love IRC because it's fun to talk with random people. There are also some nice ebook xdcc channels still around these days.
bradford19
I personally very rarely use IRC any more. Sometimes I will use it for filesharing and such but even that doesn't seem as effective as using torrents and such anymore. It is literally almost 20 years old and is really showing its age now. All the same, I'm sure many people would disagree with me and are still very frequent users of IRC.
IceCreamTruck
I've been online at #frihost and it's super sweet chatting live with fellow frihosters.

Word to the wise: Learn how to read and like reading before using IRC. Failure to do so might lead to you being dumb for the rest of your life, and you won't like IRC very much at all. There aren't many pictures and on #Frihost. Actually there are none... they aren't allowed.
Zombie
I agree that IM services and VOip programs are getting a lot more attention than IRC, but it's not dead. I think it has a good five years left.
eday2010
IRC is excellent for downloading old hard-to-find television shows that aren't torrented, as well as other stuff that varies in legality depending on where you live (movies, music, apps, etc).

I use it for finding old 80's and 90's cartoons. Otherwise it's just filled with a bunch of nerds and losers Very Happy
zellfaze
I still use IRC, I have several friends that I only talk to on IRC. Personally I think that IRC will never die because there will always be nerds out there like myself that like the old ideas (such as IRC).I personally do a nice chunk of IRCing on Nightstar, they are mostly a DnD community. Although they have a Linux (#linux) channel, thats where I do most of my chatting.
urbanbuddha
Depends on what purpose people are using for IRC. I really like to use it for downloading both manga and anime and dramas because it's MUCH faster than direct links and torrents. XD I don't really use it to chat though. I prefer MSN for that.
applejunk
lol, irc is still very very much alive. just go onto deltaanime.net and type /list and you'll see a ton of channels with hundreds of people chatting/idling in them. that server is mostly used for gaming though, i'm not very knowledgeable about other servers but im sure there are many more out there with just as many users.
cloudship
it seems to me that IRC is a place where only professional users, computer experts and powerful administrators are able to use and chat. Laughing I do not understand how it works and have no idea how to use what client to connect onto it. And for me, the forum is just fine to find informatio and share opinions.
Tarmacian
smokey4life wrote:
Does anyone here still use IRC (internet relay Chat)? Back in my day growing up IRC was the thing to do we didnt have all these p2p networks and programs that we have now a days. Most of all file sharing was done over IRC as well as a multitude of other things. I have been checking out some of the old servers i used to be on, on a regular basis and i have noticed that most of them are dead these days there are no where near as many users on any of them! Seems that most IRC channels (popular ones) i should say are all about PORN! Porn this, Porn that i guess with the growing numbers of social networking sites and instant messaging and chat programs anymore its just not as popular. Sad Kinda sad really!


Hi everyone, found this site by asking the OP question in Google.. I also used to be on MIRC years ago dalnet was my haunt too. great to hear its still growing strong! was p2p too... now the torrent scene is getting played out , i will give MIRC a turn again.. GET commands here I come.
Ankhanu
Tarmacian wrote:
smokey4life wrote:
Does anyone here still use IRC (internet relay Chat)? Back in my day growing up IRC was the thing to do we didnt have all these p2p networks and programs that we have now a days. Most of all file sharing was done over IRC as well as a multitude of other things. I have been checking out some of the old servers i used to be on, on a regular basis and i have noticed that most of them are dead these days there are no where near as many users on any of them! Seems that most IRC channels (popular ones) i should say are all about PORN! Porn this, Porn that i guess with the growing numbers of social networking sites and instant messaging and chat programs anymore its just not as popular. Sad Kinda sad really!


Hi everyone, found this site by asking the OP question in Google.. I also used to be on MIRC years ago dalnet was my haunt too. great to hear its still growing strong! was p2p too... now the torrent scene is getting played out , i will give MIRC a turn again.. GET commands here I come.

Check out #FriHost on DALnet! Work is keeping me away during the week, but there re still a couple of us there. Stick around if you don't immediately get a response (there's a sticky about the channel too).
Cosmoslayer
Oh my childhood days! I'm addicted to it before but I really think it is dead nowaday. Sad
Tarmacian
Ankhanu wrote:
Tarmacian wrote:
smokey4life wrote:
Does anyone here still use IRC (internet relay Chat)? Back in my day growing up IRC was the thing to do we didnt have all these p2p networks and programs that we have now a days. Most of all file sharing was done over IRC as well as a multitude of other things. I have been checking out some of the old servers i used to be on, on a regular basis and i have noticed that most of them are dead these days there are no where near as many users on any of them! Seems that most IRC channels (popular ones) i should say are all about PORN! Porn this, Porn that i guess with the growing numbers of social networking sites and instant messaging and chat programs anymore its just not as popular. Sad Kinda sad really!


Hi everyone, found this site by asking the OP question in Google.. I also used to be on MIRC years ago dalnet was my haunt too. great to hear its still growing strong! was p2p too... now the torrent scene is getting played out , i will give MIRC a turn again.. GET commands here I come.

Check out #FriHost on DALnet! Work is keeping me away during the week, but there re still a couple of us there. Stick around if you don't immediately get a response (there's a sticky about the channel too).


Thx! will do
playfungames
I remember that back in the days, I used to rush to the cyber cafes and use the internet. Most of the time I spent on the internet used to be in IRC chats. I made a lot of friends and even began my own channels and forums. But those were a hit for only a small amount of time.

Then came facebook and everyone moved to facebook. The chat feature there was enough for everyone and noone wanted to come back to IRC and Forums anymore. So I guess they are in the process of dying as IRCs are not that famous these days.
pauline5765
Not really. I use IRC to download mangas and anime, and I can say it's actually where the largest collection of these materials are available on the net!

Seems that it's harder to track down when in IRC. Not sure though. :/
Coz sometimes even the manga website owners download from IRC when they don't have any other source left. And usually, they get what they need from there.
RosenCruz
Here s a fact from me. I ve never used it and I am online for many years. Even through 90's I did not use it
Ankhanu
RosenCruz wrote:
Here s a fact from me. I ve never used it and I am online for many years. Even through 90's I did not use it

Fascinating fact.

Here's one from me! You can change this by joining #FriHost on DALnet (connection info in the IRC sticky here in General Chat)!
RosenCruz
Ankhanu wrote:
RosenCruz wrote:
Here s a fact from me. I ve never used it and I am online for many years. Even through 90's I did not use it

Fascinating fact.

Here's one from me! You can change this by joining #FriHost on DALnet (connection info in the IRC sticky here in General Chat)!


Thanks I will drop by when I leave work Smile Will test things out Wink
ghyster
Frhost on dalnet? checking it out now Very Happy
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