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The "A-net" (Anarchy net) included a server named eris.
The very first server list presented, from February 15, 1993, includes servers from USA, Canada, France, Croatia and Japan.In wumpus' words again: "Eris refused to remove that line, so I formed EFnet.It wasn't much of a fight; I got all the hubs to join, and almost everyone else got carried along." A-net was formed with the eris servers, EFnet was formed with the non-eris servers.On August 15, the new user count record was set to 57 users.which led various implementations of servers and clients to diverge.As Greg "wumpus" Lindahl explains: "it had a wildcard server line, so people were hooking up servers and nick-colliding everyone".
The "Eris Free Network", EFnet, made the eris machine the first to be Q-lined (Q for quarantine) from IRC.In fact, software implementation varied significantly from one network to the other, each network implementing their own policies and standards in their own code bases.During the summer of 1994, the Undernet was itself forked.They had gotten the program from one of Jarkko's friends, Vijay Subramaniam—the first non-Finnish person to use IRC.IRC then grew larger and got used on the entire Finnish national network—Funet—and then connected to Nordunet, the Scandinavian branch of the Internet.In November 1988, IRC had spread across the Internet and in the middle of 1989, there were some 40 servers worldwide.