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For the latter purpose, the Undernet implemented timestamps, new routing and offered the CService—a program that allowed users to register channels and then attempted to protect them from troublemakers.

The very first server list presented, from February 15, 1993, includes servers from USA, Canada, France, Croatia and Japan.

In November 1988, IRC had spread across the Internet and in the middle of 1989, there were some 40 servers worldwide.

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IRC clients are computer programs that a user can install on their system or web based applications running either locally in the browser or on 3rd party server.

These clients communicate with chat servers to transfer messages to other clients.

In Europe and Canada a separate new network was being worked on and in December the French servers connected to the Canadian ones, and by the end of the month, the French and Canadian network was connected to the US one, forming the network that later came to be called "The Undernet".

The "undernetters" wanted to take ircd further in an attempt to make it less bandwidth consumptive and to try to sort out the channel chaos (netsplits and takeovers) that EFnet started to suffer from.

Another fork effort, the first that really made a big and lasting difference, was initiated by 'Wildthang' in the U. October 1992 (it forked off the EFnet ircd version 2.8.10).

It was meant to be just a test network to develop bots on but it quickly grew to a network "for friends and their friends".

IRC was created by Jarkko Oikarinen in August 1988 to replace a program called MUT (Multi User Talk) on a BBS called Oulu Box at the University of Oulu in Finland, where he was working at the Department of Information Processing Science.

Jarkko intended to extend the BBS software he administered, to allow news in the Usenet style, real time discussions and similar BBS features.

The "A-net" (Anarchy net) included a server named eris.

It was all open, required no passwords and had no limit on the number of connects.

The first part he implemented was the chat part, which he did with borrowed parts written by his friends Jyrki Kuoppala and Jukka Pihl.

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