Quassel IRC is a modern, cross-platform, distributed IRC client, meaning that one (or multiple) client(s) can attach to and detach from a central core -- much like the popular combination of screen and a text-based IRC client such as WeeChat, but graphical. In addition to this unique feature, we aim to bring a pleasurable, comfortable chatting experience to all major platforms (including Linux®, Windows®, and MacOS X® as well as Android smartphones), making communication with your peers not only convenient, but also ubiquitous available.
And the best of all: It's free - as in beer and as in speech, since we distribute Quassel under the GPL, and you are welcome to download and see for yourself!


My First Blog Post

This is not only my first post on Quassel IRC but my very first blog post at all.

I have to say that I'm pretty excited about what's happening in the last few weeks. The improvements on Quassel have been enormous. There've been already more than 50 commmits this month. Having just checked in Revision 353 and waiting for Sput's next big commit (which hopefully doesn't break anything - I'm always scared if someone says: dude I'm just reorganizing the multithreading in the core...), I'm having some leisure time, which I want to use tell you a bit about the current state of Quassel IRC.

Happy New Year - And Resolutions!

2007 has come and gone, and now it is 2008. Last year has seen a lot of improvements in and around Quassel IRC, and we are now very close to the first releaseable version. In fact, we, the developers and some early testers/helpers/fans are running Quassel Cores on our servers to stress-test (and of course enjoy) them! We now mainly lack some features in the GUI and some improvements in internal structures to be able to release Quassel to the public.
And this is my resolution for 2008: Get Quassel IRC out of the door ASAP, and then continue to make this the bestest IRC client ever!

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