BBSnet is a small IRC (Internet Relay Chat) network, without a lot of the policies and rules found on the larger networks.
It was created for BBS (Bulletin Board Systems) operators to allow their users to chat with other BBS users across the
There are other BBS IRC networks, such as Sysopnet and Blacknet, but their strict policies and politics have
driven many good people away. There are larger networks such as EfNet, Dalnet and Undernet with BBS related channels,
but they only allow Unix type servers to connect.
BBSnet is an open minded and open policys network. The rules are simple and few. You are
welcome to idle without being kicked. Anyone with a static IP can join, even if you run Windows.
BBSnet allows people all over the world to chat with each other, usually only at
the cost of a local phone call.
If you wish to learn more about our network, try the BBSnet FAQ