Hi, I'm Ken, the owner and founder of ElectroCode, I started ElectroCode as an IRC network back in 2012. As of January 20th, 2017, we've been around for 5 years. We offer different services to users, and have.. we think, the nicest network around. As for our services.. we actually have names for them all.
- ElectroCode (The main part)
- ElectroCode itself offers code/script commissions, as well as the 'home' of our IRC network, and our Discord server.
- ElectroTech is like a remote geek-squad, either offering over-the-phone support on technology, like computers, phones, and the like, or we will also provide help via a TeamViewer session, if the customer allows us.
- ElectroShells is the anticipated prelude to an actual hosting provider, currently offering paid shell accounts, for websites, IRC/Discord/etc. Bots and programs.
In addition, myself, and other operators or users on the network work on different projects. My own being the following. But not all are my own creation, some I just like to help develop.
- GitAll is a cross-service webhook receiver like notifico, but aims to be accessible from IRC or other somewhat text-based software/protocols instead of an HTML page.
- IRC-Source (crawler, and website)
- I help develop for and moderate the IRC-Source.com website and crawler.
- Started in 2014 by my friend Robert (xnite) its been a pleasure working on it with him, and I wish I could get more time to help.
- IRC-Source however does have its own patreon page, here
- PyLink is a python-based IRC network bridge, much like the now-defunct project Janus on GitHub, but actively maintained. It allows easily made plugins, and can even function as a non-NickServ etc. Service server. Allowing self-made Quote bots, Twitter, API Accessors, basically anything you can think of using python, you can do.
- DNSBL.im is a DNS BlackList, started by Robert (xnite) as well, which aims to be usable on IRC and XMPP/Jabber among other services.
If you decide to help. I thank you from the bottom of my heart, as programming is my dream job. But without having the schooling I'm stuck doing part-time at a retail chain, growing more cynical by the day.