The second release is finished.
As i do use it every day, you might be able to do so also.
This is still alpha and might crash and has very limited features though.
first public version released, it's a featureless alpha thingy, don't expect anything
I started the goIRC Project and do a code cleanup of the first Alpha Version now. When the code is ready for public release, i'll put it into the repository and release a binary. Main goal of the first public release is to have a working version of an irc client with a structure to be able to extend the client with features.
Features of the first release will be the ability to connect to a server, join channels and write to the channels, nothing more. So don't expect any usable thing, just a "technical preview".