Oragono roughly draws from these sources:

 - Modern IRC: http://modern.ircdocs.horse/

 - IRCv3: http://ircv3.net/

Oragono also implements these specifications:

 - oragono.io/nope - A way of detecting incorrect client implementations.
 - znc.in/self-message - Letting clients receive self messages in buffer playback.
 - znc.in/playback - Letting clients request history from the server if it's configured.

Oragono also implements these specifications proposed to IRCv3:

 - language   - Server language negotiation.

 - rename     - Channel renaming.

 - resume     - Connection resumption.

 - rfc8265    - Unicode nick and channel names.
 - multiline  - Longer lines.
 - chathistory - Chat history grabbing.

And these specifications I've written up based on existing commands and behaviour:

 - Roleplay commands

For other specifications you should consider looking at, see this page:

~=~ IRCv3 Support ~=~ The following stable extensions are supported: - Capability Negotiation 3.1 - Capability Negotiation 3.2 - cap-notify - account-notify - account-tag - away-notify - batch - chghost - echo-message - extended-join - invite-notify - labeled-response - message-ids - message-tags - monitor - multi-prefix - sasl 3.1 - sasl 3.2 - server-time - sts - userhost-in-names
Generally, I try to keep Oragono close to how other IRC software behaves. However, if there are any issues or there's a specific case you'd like to report, please visit the issue tracker here: https://github.com/oragono/oragono/issues

Oragono is now Ergo

As of v2.7.0, we've changed names to Ergo! We've also changed sites. While this site is left here for historical reference, please see this new site for news about our IRC server:



If you want to view the old site, click anywhere else!