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IFHAA Genealogy Chat
Weekly Chat Meetings
The IFHAA Australian Genealogy Chat Sessions provide a forum for Australian Genealogists and Family Historians and others who are actively researching Family History in the Australia/pacific region. These sessions are intended to provide a venue for you to put forward details of your research problems/deadends and to receive research assistance from other researchers.
These meetings used to be themed around a different research topic each week but are now open topic sessions.
Members who would like to host a session on a set topic can send an Email, detailing the proposed topic to the IFHAA Coordinator
INTERNET RELAY CHAT FOR AUSTRALIAN RESEARCHERS.
To participate, direct your IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client program to the following :
|Port||6667 or 7000|
|Time||8pm Australian Eastern
Standard Time (6pm West Australian Time)
10am Greenwich Mean Time
If you need to download an IRC client program go to http://www.pirch.com/
The IFHAA acknowledge the assistance of the International Internet Genealogy Society (IIGS) and Rootsweb for hosting the Australian Genealogy Chat sessions on their server.
The logs for the themed chat sessions from
December 6 1997 onwards are available for download.
Logs generally become available the week following the session. All logs are in txt format and are stored in zip files. You will require PKZip to expand the files.
Log Download Site
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