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Sabtu, 01 Agustus 2009

Jamboree on the Internet

Jamboree on the Internet

The Jamboree on the Internet is a real jamboree where Scouts and Guides use computers and applications such as IRC, email, websites, and video conferences, to communicate.

The most common form of communication is using IRC and the Scoutlink chat servers.

Challenge Questions

There is a page of Challenge Questions that can be used while online if you can't think of anything to say or to get the conversation going.

IRC Rules for JOTI

These local rules and usage policy are for your own protection and to help everyone have a pleasant and enjoyable JOTI.

IRC Quick Start

IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat. The worldwide IRC networks offer a virtual meeting place where people from all over the world can meet and talk.

To use IRC requires a client program that you use on your computer, and a server to connect to. There are many different clients.

mIRC is a very easy to use and powerful chat programme. This guide will help you get started with mIRC. It is designed to be printed as a single page cheat sheet placed next to each computer.


Scoutlink Scoutlink is a global non-profit organisation which aims to connect Scouts and Guides worldwide. Scoutlink provides a safe and supervised chatting environment using the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) technology. Scoutlink is online 365 days a year.

More information on Scoutlink can be found at the Scoutlink pages.

Our local IRC rules are based on the official Scoutlink guidelines.


The computers we use are connected together using a network. A firewall protects us from the unwanted elements of the Internet, while allowing access to the Scoutlink servers and websites.

Internet for Dummies

If you've been living in a cave for the past 20 years and never heard of the Internet, then this is a very basic introduction to the Internet.

Country Code Internet Domains

The last part of a domain name or email address (such as is called the Top Level Domain, but we usually think of it as a code for different countries. You probably know that .au on the end is Australia, but what about all the other countries?

Here is a link to the list of all the two letter Country Code Internet Domains

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