Currently there is one RS message boards (plus one Yahoo! board). The main bbs (http://www.rebelsquadrons.org/forums/) is for general chat among RS members. The board can be publically posted to. In addition it contains various board for Fleets and other groups.
Through the RS'es Yahoo! Clubs web site, the RS has access to a second BBS. Access to this BBS requires a free login provided by Yahoo! Clubs.
Primary BBS: http://www.rebelsquadrons.org/forums/
Yahoo! BBS: http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/rebelsquadrons
The RS News database is a system originally created by former RSIO Karrade. The system was reworked and expanded by former RSIO Shikkie Karaan. Written in PHP, the News Database has everything the RS needs in terms of displaying and archiving news about the club.
RS News Database: http://www.rebelsquadrons.org/news
The Rebel Squadrons is signed up as a Yahoo! Club. Our Yahoo! Clubs site contains a message board, an image archive, a built in chat, and several other features. Access to the board is available through a free login from Yahoo!.
RS Yahoo! Club: http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/rebelsquadrons
With the rapid turn over of officers in the Rebel Squadrons, and the frequency of emails changes, the Internet Office provides Rebel Squadrons email redirect for major positions. Web masters can refer to these redirects on their web page, instead of the actual email address of the officer, so that in the case of a change in email the web sites with redirects will not need to be changed. The Internet Office maintains the accuracy of all redirects. Individual POP3 e-mail addresses are available to a select amount of RS Officers on a special occation. To request a redirect or to change a redirect email the Internet Officer.
RS IRC channels can now be joined via the web. If your web browser supports Java, you can connect to an Undernet server with our java irc applet. This applet is Jpilot ver 2.35 and has been registered by Jack Stewart
RS Java IRC Applet: http://www.rebelsquadrons.org/chat/