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Re: [circle] Hi

From: Jiri Baum
Subject: Re: [circle] Hi
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 18:32:53 +1100
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> I have seen that thecircle's website is down, I would like to know if some
> of you are still using it. 

As far as I know, nobody uses circle any more...

> I don't see anybody online, might need to bootstrap something ?

If you want to bootstrap a new network, I think it used to be:

This is typed in the chat window. Normally, circle automatically connects to 
an existing network "out there"; however, it's been some years since there 
has really been an existing circle network, so you have to start it manually.

For instance, if you want to put four computers into a circle network:
  - start up circle on computer A
  - type into A:
  - start up circle on computers B, C, D
  - tell B, C, D to connect to peer A

Once the network is up, peers can leave and re-join automatically.

Jiri Baum <address@hidden>         

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