What is IRC?

Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a protocol for chat created in 1988. It supports group chats in channels, one-to-one communication via private message, and file sharing. IRC Clients are available for every major operating system that supports Internet access. Millions of people use IRC every day. Learn more on Wikipedia

freenode is a free and open source software focused IRC network. The network hosts IRC channels where people discuss peer-directed projects. freenode is the largest IRC network. The servers are all accessible from the domain name Primary on-topic channels begin with a single #, e.g. #rgsoc-teams is the channel name for RGSoC Teams to discuss projects. Learn more on Wikipedia.

Rooms We're In

  • #rgsoc-teams
  • #bundler


What is Campfire?

Campfire is like instant messaging, but designed exclusively for groups. Share text, files, and code in real time. Save transcripts so you don’t forget. You can use Campfire in your web browser or download a desktop application.

What's the best part about Campfire? It supports emoji!

Bundler Campfire

Bundler core has a chat room and now RGSoCBundler has one too! These rooms are private.

Rooms We're In

  • Bundler Chats
  • RailsGirls SoC