Welcome To GeekShed
GeekShed is a free to use and family-friendly Internet Relay Chat network, capable of hosting chat rooms for a variety of purposes. To start chatting on GeekShed, you can browse our list of chat rooms. You can connect to these rooms using our unique flash chat client, simply by clicking the chat room name in the list. You can also connect using an IRC client of your choice to irc.geekshed.net port 6667.
GeekShed’s chat network is professionally managed with your safety in mind.
Full services support is available to help you create your own chat rooms and register your nicknames to avoid other people using them. You can also embed the chat rooms you create onto your own website!
If you require help, feel free to come and talk to our support staff in our help channel.
Amyashi, Holst, and Coyote` have all recently kindly accepted our offer to join the GeekShed staff team. Network administration is not an easy job, and we are thankful for the time they have dedicated to us. Please welcome Amyashi, Holst, and Coyote` to our staff and congratulate them on their new positions.
Bye, bye birdie! GeekShed is moving to an auto-geo-ip system that determines the best server to connect users too. You no longer have to find the best round robin for your location. The new system should detect your location and route you to the best server for your location and situation. The system includes some…
GeekShed’s Forums are back up and running, thanks to some investigation and work from Subwolf. So go get online, post some news, add some comments and suggestions, give someone some script help, hang out in a channel forum, or ask for some network help. The Forums are ready for your messages! Everything in the Forums…
Twitter bot, the network bot that posts your Twitter updates in your channel, works with the new Twitter API now, thanks to some code wrangling by the admin, the tech, and the teacher, Allan Jude (also network staff). Hooray! The bad news is that in the process of updating things recently, we discovered some corrupt…
#JupiterBroadcasting is the online chat and IRC home of Jupiter Broadcasting, the podcasting network currently producing six shows and streaming 24/7. The channel was founded by ChrisLAS on April 29, 2009. What happens in the channel? We’re a community focused around Jupiter Broadcasting, a podcasting network that produces high quality shows such as the “Linux…