For prospective new members, a word of warning: don't use common names like Dennis, Simon, or Kenny if you decide to create an account. Spammers have used them all before you and gotten those names flagged in the anti-spam databases. Your account registration will be rejected because of it.Dismiss Notice
Since it has happened MULTIPLE times now, I want to be very clear about this. You do not get to abandon an account and create a new one. You do not get to pass an account to someone else and create a new one. If you do so anyway, you will be banned for creating sockpuppets.Dismiss Notice
If you wish to change your username, please ask via conversation to tehelgee instead of asking via my profile. I'd like to not clutter it up with such requests.Dismiss Notice
Due to the actions of particularly persistent spammers and trolls, we will be banning disposable email addresses from today onward.Dismiss Notice
Welcome back to QQ. The search function will be unavailable for some hours until the index has been rebuilt.Dismiss Notice
You may also use the webchat here.
I'm aware some of our users aren't familiar with IRC or it's commands, so I am going to give a little help.
Registration - Due to trolls, our IRC channel is sometimes muted. To be able to speak, you must register your nickname with the server, then contact anyone with a @ in front of their name in the channel to get voice.
Identification - Once you have registered, you will need to identify yourself to the server each ime you connect. That can be done in one of two ways: Check the Auth to Services checkbox in the webclient linked at the top of the forum, then enter your username and password there, or by using /ns identify password at the status screen.
Disconnects - Sometimes, you might get disconnected, but the server sees you as still connected. This can be cleared yourself, by using the command /ns ghost username password. Once the errant connection has been dropped, use /nick username to change your nickname. Then simply identify and done.