I am going to be hosting a live question and answer session in the Official Wurm IRC channel #wurm on Thursday 14th February from 13:30 - 15:30PM CET with Rolf and the other Developers.
Everyone is more than welcome to join us and put forward questions to lead developer Rolf Jansson or any of the other DEVs who will be present. The subject of the Q&A session is open and we will be taking questions on any subject relating to Wurm Development.
We anticipate a really great turnout, so to keep things organised we will be taking questions by submission both in advance (preferable) and also during the Q&A itself. If you want to submit a question in advance, please send it in an email to Ross@wurmonline.com.
During the Q&A, the official #wurm IRC channel will be set to mute, so that only Rolf and the DEVs answering questions will be able to speak, plus Wossoo who will be asking the questions on behalf of the community. This is to ensure that all questions and answers are clearly visible.
We will also take comments and questions during the Q&A but they will be in a seperate IRC channel which I have created - #wurmqa. I will try to pick out questions from the discussion but bear in mind I will not be able to put forward everyone’s questions due to time constraints. This may also be true for emailed submissions.
What is IRC and how do I get it?
IRC (internet relay chat) is a way to communicate immediately through messages in chat ‘channels’, in a very similar way to how chat works in the game.
You can access IRC while playing Wurm, using the command ‘irc’ in the console window (F1) and type /join #channel. You can also use browser IRC clients such as Mibbit on the Rizon irc server, or external IRC clients such as mIRC.
I hope to see as many of you there as possible, and we look forward to hearing your questions!
Ross Whiting (Wossoo) - Ross@wurmonline.com
Public Relations Manager
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