IRC is the main way to contact Fedfree; that is to say, the group of people working on the website itself, and the (minimal) infrastructure provided. The movement is loose and free by definition, with no central leadership except those who lead the various projects abiding by Fedfree philosophy.
#fedfree on Libera IRC.
Libera is one of the largest IRC networks, used for libre software projects. For example, OpenBSD is on it. Find more about them here: https://libera.chat/
If you wish to connect using your preferred client (such as weechat or irssi), the connection info is as follows:
It is recommended that you use port
6697 with TLS encryption enabled.
It is recommend that you use SASL for authentication. These pages on the Libera website tells you how:
In general, you should check the documentation provided by your IRC software.
Use Mastodon. Posting what you had for breakfast is fine, but don’t do it for Elon Musk’s ad machine.
Get a Mastodon account. Mastodon is a free, peer to peer social network with many servers available, and you can also run your own:
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