Channel Modes

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A Beginner’s Guide to Channel Administration

Intro Cuff-Link offers channel administration services [via Anope 2]. Register your nick with NickServ and use a secure connection to the chat network – you’re now ready to start your own channel or join an existing ChanOp team1. This is a guide to using Anope2 with InspIRCd on Cuff-Link for channel administration, and may not work exactly the same on other services. At any time, you can access ChanServ’s help menus from your IRC client […]

Proper Channel Registration

Cuff-Link uses Anope2 for services, which has been available for 2+ years now. Many people are still either using the old method of channel registration or registering the same way one might a nickname. Cuff-Link Administrators are no longer suspending incorrectly registered channels and chasing founders down to correct the issue of having used a password to register. We will instead be sending a memo to the channel founder directing them to this post and subsequently […]

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: […]