There are more servers out there - they frequently serve a special purpose or are otherwise not intended to be public. However, should you feel your server to be public, tell us to insert it into here. Also do mention a list of public places worthy of inspection. This is the PSYC way to provide a directory of public places: Everywhere, just not in the protocol.
There is an extra page containing the public list of newsfeeds!
- Location: Berlin.
- Webchat access: https://psyced.org/PSYC/ or http://psyced.org/PSYC/
- IRC access on port 6667 and 9999 (TLS).
- PSYC, XMPP, telnet, WAP etc accesses.
Our developer's meeting point is psyced.org. You can access it using the various protocol methods as described everywhere. It hosts the currently most lively PSYC group at psyc://psyced.org/@welcome ( xmpp:*firstname.lastname@example.orgX.com irc://psyced.org/welcome ).
The LAVA chat is a webchat community which arose from the ashes of the original SternChat. See symlynX for the story. There are imitations of the LAVAchat on the Internet, but they are fakes. This is the original, since 1997.
- Location: Berlin.
- Webchat access: http://ve.symlynX.com:33333/LynX/
- psyc://ve.symlynX.com xmpp:ve.symlynX.com etc.
The symlynX main server is currently also the beta testing server. We do development against it so we don't mess up an important server should we run into a bug. It may restart without warning whenever we need the newest version running.
community server of supraverse.net, you will most likely find always s.o. in our mainchannel psyc://supraverse.net/@supra (you will autojoin the channel if you connect to the server) we also have psyc://supraverse.net/@programming for programming help, questions and talk.
Most other psyced installations have chosen not to list themselves in here. You might meet them when you come into PSYCspace, or you may not, since some are merely being operated as IRC or Jabber replacements.