Crossfire Discord Channel
While the Crossfire IRC channel is the primary discussion and collaboration platform, it is now intergreated with Discord via IRCBridge. This means all communication and information shared on one channel is automatically available on the other.
Some of the benefits of integrating with Discord are:
- Multiple platform and devices and OS support
- Historical logging so that one can see discussion history that they would not see while offline or disconnected to the IRC channel
- A way to communicate with the Crossfire community with a more familiar interface, format and application
The #irc-bridge channel is a realtime bridge to the #crossfire channel on Libera.Chat - all channel communications are logged on Discord; your presence on either channel (IRC or Discord) accepts this provision. If you prefer IRC over Discord for any reason, you are welcome to join the chat on Libera.Chat IRC server instead.
As found on the Discord channel...
Welcome to the Crossfire Discord server! The rules are as follows:
- Common courtesy is expected
- Please be mindful of the IRC users when chatting in the #irc-bridge channel. Keep custom emojis, reaction gifs, message edits/deletes, and other discord-specific fluff to a minimum.
The #irc-bridge channel is a realtime bridge to the #crossfire channel on Libera.Chat. If you prefer IRC over discord for any reason, you are welcome to join the chat there instead.
You may ping @Moderators if you have an urgent issue.
There are known issues with the current Crossfire GTK2 clients on Windows. If you have programming experience, especially with CMake on Windows, feel free to contribute and help this improve.
The following server invite link can be used to invite anyone who may be interested: https://discord.gg/CCQqbqu