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[Doc] Update Freenode to OFTC as our IRC server

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Abhishek Kekane 4 months ago
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@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ potential lite spec by reaching out to other people involved in the
project. This usually happens by posting mails on the relevant mailing
lists (e.g. `openstack-discuss <http://lists.openstack.org>`_ - include
[glance] in the subject) or on #openstack-glance IRC channel on
Freenode. If current ongoing code reviews are related to your feature,
OFTC. If current ongoing code reviews are related to your feature,
posting comments/questions on gerrit may also be a way to engage. Some
amount of interaction with Glance developers will give you an idea of
the plausibility and form of your lite spec before you submit it. That

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@ -42,13 +42,13 @@ Communication
IRC
People working on the Glance project may be found in the
``#openstack-glance`` channel on Freenode during working hours
``#openstack-glance`` channel on OFTC during working hours
in their timezone. The channel is logged, so if you ask a question
when no one is around, you can check the log to see if it's been
answered: http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/irclogs/%23openstack-glance/
weekly meeting
Thursdays at 14:00 UTC in ``#openstack-meeting-4`` on Freenode.
Thursdays at 14:00 UTC in ``#openstack-meeting`` on OFTC.
Meetings are logged: http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/meetings/glance/
More information (including a link to the Agenda, some pointers on

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