Monthly Archives: June 2015

5 posts

Using the Cuff-Link TeamSpeak Server

There has been some interest in voice chat, so we brought the TeamSpeak 3 server back up for people to use if they wish. Please be aware that the same network rules that apply to the TeamSpeak server as the Cuff-Link IRC network. There is a lobby channel and a few others set up already. If you’re a channel owner who would like a mirror put onto the TS, please join #help and ask for […]

Website Moderators Requested

Hello! It has come to our attention that we don’t do nearly enough with the website. This is mostly approving accounts and making sure no one is posting anything untoward. You’ll get a fancy title saying something along the lines of “Cuff-Link Website Moderator”. If interested, comment on this post or just /join #help on the chat Network, and we’ll talk to you about what it entails. Please be aware that assisting in website moderation […]

Things Opers Can, Cannot, Will, and Will Not Do

There are a number of misconceptions regarding what we Opers can do, given the capabilities of the server and services, as well as the things we can do, but may not choose to do. This includes anything from overriding modes in channels to the using the spamfilter. To start with, some words regarding the network rules. Age Play, Bestiallity, Incest, Kidnapping, and Rape: While this is all covered in the /rules, it is a constant […]

Helpful Things – User Modes

In a previous post, we covered channel modes, bans, extbans, invex, and exceptions. In this post, we will cover user modes. There is some overlap with the letters used, so it is important to distinguish between the two lists. Users may set these modes on themselves with several exceptions that we have locked, and Opers may use OperServ to set modes on other users. To set a mode on yourself, use the following syntax: Add […]

Helpful Things – Channel Modes, Bans, Exceptions, and Invex

Due to people asking a multitude of questions about user modes and channel modes, what they do, and how to use them, we’re going to post a ‘series’ involving modes that will be useful to users and channel ops alike. This first in the series is dealing with basic channel modes and flood protection. To set a basic channel mode, you will use the following syntax: /mode [#channel] +[mode] [additional args, if any] {** Notes: […]