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tutorials:commode [2013/07/02 04:12]
smj created
tutorials:commode [2014/01/11 03:20] (current)
papa [World Clock]
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-COM MODE is essentially a REMARK script which prefixes the USER's name to whatever the user types. ​ It is used for chatting with other users, but requires that each TERMINAL be LINKED together.+//​COMMODE// ​is essentially a //REMARK// script which prefixes the USER's name to whatever the user types. ​ It is used for chatting with other users, but requires that each //TERMINAL// be LINKED together.  **A regular chat is held each Saturday at 5:30PM until 7:00PM Pacific Time.** [[#​world_clock|(See the World Clock section for the meeting time in your time zone.)]] ​ To join, run //SYSTAT// to see who is running //COMMOD// and use //SEND// to request a link.
  
-__Setting up COM MODE__+__Setting up COMMODE__
  
-  * Each user must set <i>TERMINAL RECEIVE LINKS</i> +  ​* [[http://​wiki.twenex.org/​tutorials:​access|Log to your account]] (if new, please login as //NEW NEW//) 
-  * Users must have their terminals linked - This can be done via TALK or via ^L in COM+  ​* Each user must set //TERMINAL RECEIVE LINKS// at EXEC (the //@// prompt) 
 +  * Users must have their terminals linked - This can be done by one user via //TALK// or via ^L in //COMMODE//
  
  
-__Commands within ​COM MODE__+__Commands within ​COMMODE__
  
-  * ^B     ​Blanks ​screen +  * ^B Blanks ​all linked TTYs if they are VTs and not Teletypes 
-  * ^L     ​Add another USER's terminal to COM MODE +  * ^L Add another USER's terminal to COMMODE 
-  * ^N     ​Change your name +  * ^N Change your name 
-  * ^X     ​Push to EXEC - others can observe +  * ^X Push to EXEC - others can observe 
-  * ^Z     ​Break all links and exit COM MODE +  * ^Z Break all links and exit COM MODE 
-  * <​ESC> ​ Short cut for Go Ahead+  * <​ESC> ​Short cut for Go Ahead
  
-__COM MODE etiquette__+__COMMODE ​etiquette__
  
-In COM MODE it is easy to have a conversation run over itself - IE people talking over each other. ​ When this happens, you can yield to another user by pressing <​ESC>​. ​ This will print a GA or Go Ahead. ​ It is also best to end your side of the conversation with a GA or a double <​RET>​. ​ This will signal to others that you are done speaking.+In //​COMMODE// ​it is easy to have a conversation run over itself - id est people talking over each other. ​ When this happens, you can yield to another user by pressing ​//<ESC>//.  This will print a GA or Go Ahead. ​ It is also best to end your side of the conversation with a GA or a double ​//<RET>//.  This will signal to others that you are done speaking.
  
 __Disconnecting__ __Disconnecting__
  
-  * ^Z will break all links and exit COM MODE+  * ^Z will break all links and exit //​COMMODE//​ 
 +  * Typing //BREAK// in //EXEC// will break links 
 + 
 +===== World Clock ===== 
 + 
 +Weekly COMMODE chat local time by time zone. 
 + 
 +(Add a line for your zone if it's not already in the table.) 
 + 
 +^Time zone^Local COMMODE time^Location(s)^ 
 +|**UTC-8 (PST)**|**Saturday 17:​30-19:​00**|**Seattle**| 
 +|UTC-7 (MST)|Saturday 18:​30-20:​00|Denver| 
 +|UTC-6 (CST)|Saturday 19:​30-21:​00|Chicago| 
 +|UTC-5 (EST)|Saturday 20:​30-22:​00|Boston| 
 +|UTC (GMT)|Sunday 01:​30-03:​00|London| 
 +|UTC+1 (CET)|Sunday 02:​30-04:​00|Berlin,​ Paris, Warsaw| 
 +|UTC+2|Sunday 03:​30-05:​00|Jerusalem| 
 +|UTC+5:​30|Sunday 07:​00-09:​30|Mumbai| 
 +|UTC+7|Sunday 08:​30-10:​00|Bangkok| 
 +|UTC+8|Sunday 09:​30-11:​00|Shanghai,​ Singapore| 
 +|UTC+9|Sunday 10:​30-12:​00|Osaka,​ Tokyo| 
 +|UTC+11|Sunday 12:​30-14:​00|Sydney| 
 +|UTC+13|Sunday 14:​30-16:​00|Wellington| 
tutorials/commode.1372738345.txt.gz · Last modified: 2013/07/02 04:12 by smj