User 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 […]

Private Message Etiquette on Cuff-Link

We’re not sure if there’s something in the water recently that is causing people to open conversations in an inappropriate fashion or to respond in a way that is just as bad, if not worse. Here’s a little guide on the best ways to respond to certain situations, how to determine whether it is okay to issue an unsolicited private message, and some other useful information. If you decide to bring a situation to network […]

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 […]