IRC

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Changes to Auth Servers

We made a recent DNS change to how our authentication bypass system works. For those of you currently using port 7797, you will need to update your server entry to auth.cuff-link.me and remove irc.cuff-link.me from your settings. No other changes are necessary. With this DNS change, you can also now use port 6697 with auth.cuff-link.me. Note: This change only affects those who are using our authentication bypass system on port 7797.

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 […]

Correct Nickname Registration

Cuff Link recommends that you register any nicks that you use. Registered nicks have many advantages that unregistered nicks do not. Registered nicks can only be used by the individual who registered them – if you register a nick, you effectively own it. Registered nicks can make use of services such as ChanServ and MemoServ. Nicks must be registered to make use of SASL. The ability to recover your nick if you are unexpectedly disconnected […]

Cuff-Link Events Calendar

We’ve implemented a system for adding your channel’s events to the Cuff-Link Events Calendar. There is a form located at our support site, http://support.cuff-link.me, where you may request your event be added to the calendar here on the blog. Events can be recurring or one-time events, but we will need to know which in order to add you to the calendar. Additions to the calendar should be submitted using the “CL Event Calendar Addition” form. […]