I guess it's about time for me to climb on the soapbox? But since I doubt the world
out there is waiting for another personal website I'll keep this very brief :-)
That's me, living in Holland (no, not in Amsterdam), an mIRC user, beta-tester,
FAQ maintainer, web keeper, creator of the first ever #mIRC channel, and trout-slapper
since the early days of mIRC in February, 1995. Don't ask me why, but I fell in love
with mIRC the very first moment I saw it. It was simple to use, had a good set of
features, and did what it was meant to do: give me a good time, chatting.
How can I help you?
Yes, you can ask me whatever questions you want about mIRC and IRC. However, I am not
too eager to reply to the same questions again and again, so I will first filter you
through a little self-help, if that's okay.
I assume you have already read the IRC Intro and the
mIRC FAQ? Of course you have! And did you read Khaled's
personal FAQ? Together
these FAQs answer almost everything you would want to know about mIRC and IRC.
Do you have an updated list of IRC servers for your network? Great,
it takes quite a lot of work to keep the mIRC servers list updated, so your help is
appreciated. Please read through the guidelines
to find out how to submit your list of servers.
Would you be willing to provide an FTP account to mirror the
mIRC install files? We spread the load across a number of mirrors and it is always
helpful to have more. Please read our mirroring mIRC
page if you think you can provide some bandwidth.
Do you have a question about or comment on the website? Or did you
find an outdated link or page? Please let me know, with the exact location of the
erroneous page and a description of the problem I should look into.
So, you passed by all traps? Your answer wasn't in any FAQ or Help
file? The gods of #irchelp failed and #mIRC is baffled? Then amaze me with your
questions and/or remarks by emailing me at
I will reply as soon as I can.