So let's have an official backlog here for the networks that folks want to be connected to.
Ones i've already heard about are: indicates the network has IPv6 support (or at least advertising on IPv6 addresses).
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(I shared it back then too somewhere after asking if it was ok) It's from IRCnet #ircnet.
The eu.irc6(ipv6 only) operator uepsie can be contacted on ircnet, and irc.(ipv4 and ipv6 support) operator BR likewise. And with IRCnet you can just have a deal with one of the server operators, preferably one of above that allow users from anywhere around the world.
Edit by @Kegsay : If your comment has a party popper then congrats! 2017-01-11 status update by @Kegsay : Over the past few months we've encountered various fun and exciting failure modes with our existing set of IRC bridges.
For example, we got invite spammed from IRC which resulted in #309 , we need to resolve the issue of idle users on the matrix side (#340 , #304 ), we needed to scale our startup times ( #308 ), allow people to persist Nick Serv passwords ( #251 ), prevent Nick Serv/Chan Serv/etc from being rate-limited on the matrix-side ( #246 ), etc.