Oragono is a modern, experimental IRC server written in Go. It's designed to be simple to setup
and use and to provide the majority of features that IRC users expect today.

It includes features such as UTF-8 nicks and channel names, client accounts with SASL, and
other assorted IRCv3 support.


                                 chat at #oragono on Freenode

~=~ Installing and Using ~=~ To install Oragono, download the latest release here: https://github.com/oragono/oragono/releases Extract it into your favourite folder, along with the example config file. Copy the example config file to ircd.yaml with a command like: $ cp oragono.yaml ircd.yaml Modify the config file as you like. To generate passwords for opers and connect passwords, you can use this command: $ oragono genpasswd Run these commands in order -- these will setup each section of the server: $ oragono initdb $ oragono mkcerts $ oragono run And you should be running Oragono! ~=~ Updating ~=~ If you're updating from a previous version of Oragono, checkout the CHANGELOG for a shortlist of important changes you'll want to take a look at. The change log details config changes, fixes, new features and anything else you'll want to be aware of! These commands will backup and update your database, if that's been updated: $ cp ircd.db ircd.db.bak $ oragono upgradedb After this, you should be fine to launch and use Oragono!