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Question X changed the TOPIC saying "Manager has failed to login" and something about a vote?
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Channel Service Committee – Activity Checks

In situations where active channels have Channel Managers (or “Channel Founders” / user with access 500) that have not logged into X for nearly 60 days; X will begin to “warn” the channel that it is about to go into Voting Mode.  Channels will begin going into “Voting Mode” when the Channel Manager’s LAST SEEN time indicated by X reaches 45 days or more.

During Voting Mode, X will change the channel topic; informing users that the channel is in or about to go into Voting Mode.  X will also change the WELCOME message sent to users as they join, warning the Channel Manager to login before hitting 60 days of last login.

Users on the access list (if any) will be allowed to cast a Vote during this time.  If the Channel Manager logs into X before 60 days, the channel will be reviewed by a CService Representative and the warnings will change or revert to normal.

*Channels that go into “Voting Mode” more than twice; even if cancelled by the Channel Manager logging in before 60 days, CService can make a decision whether to honor the vote or keep the current Channel Manager in place.  (Typically, Channel Managers are given two chances to maintain their channel — however, we DO expect Channel Managers to be active in their channel, and logging into X.)
 

Vote for a New Channel Manager

To vote for a new Channel Manager, please click here.

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Question Can I login to X from more than 1 connection?
Answer

If you set your MAXLOGINS to a value between 2-3; yes.

Initially, Usernames are set to MAXLOGINS = 1, upon registration.  The user has the ability to change this at any time.

To set your MAXLOGINS to a value between 1-3:

/msg X set MAXLOGINS 3

Frequently Asked Questions entry

Question Can I login to X from more than 1 connection?
Answer

If you set your MAXLOGINS to a value between 2-3; yes.

Initially, Usernames are set to MAXLOGINS = 1, upon registration.  The user has the ability to change this at any time.

To set your MAXLOGINS to a value between 1-3:

/msg X set MAXLOGINS 3

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Question How do I change settings on a channel in X?
Answer

If you have 450+ access to a channel registered with X, you can change or SET specific channel settings.  If you have 500 access to a channel registered with X, you can change or SET even more specific channel settings!

Level 450 Channel Settings:

  • ALWAYSOP (ON/OFF) – When set, X will always auto-op itself when joining your channel.
  • AUTOTOPIC (ON/OFF) – When set, X will always refresh the topic to the channel’s DESCRIPTION & URL as long as the channel is active, or in the event that X splits or restarts.
  • DESC (Description of the Channel) – Sets the Description of the channel.  This Description will also be used by X if AUTOTOPIC is ON, in the channel topic.
  • FLOATLIM (ON/OFF) – When set, X will maintain a “dynamic limit” on the channel to prevent floodbots.  (See also SET FLOATMGN, FLOATPRD, FLOATGRC, FLOATMAX)
  • FLOODPRO (ON/KICK/BAN) – When set, X will use the set method to deal with users who activate Flood Protection on the channel.
  • KEYWORDS (Keywords) – Sets key words for your channel, which can be used to search for channels when the SEARCH command is enabled.
  • MODE – This command tells X to save the currently set channel modes and re-apply them should they get lost due to a split or restart of X.
  • NOVOICE (ON/OFF) – When ON, X will not allow anyone on the channel to be voiced.
  • USERFLAGS (VOICE/OP) – When set, X will apply AUTOMODE VOICE or AUTOMODE OP to newly added users.
  • WELCOME (Message goes here) – When set, X will notice users joining the channel with the set WELCOME message.

Level 500 Channel Settings:

  • AUTOJOIN (ON/OFF) – When set, X will automatically join the channel when rejoining from a netsplit or restart.
  • MASSDEOPPRO (0-7) – When set, X will punish any op who deops more than the set number.  The user will be suspended for 5 minutes, and added to X’s ban list at level 25 (so they cannot re-op until unbanned via X)
  • OPLOG (ON/OFF) – When set to ON, X will be more verbose about X-command usage to ops on a channel.
  • NOOP (ON/OFF) – When set to ON, only X will be allowed to be opped on the channel, and all operator commands must be performed through X.
  • STRICTOP (ON/OFF) – When set to ON, only users on X’s access list (with sufficient access) will be allowed to be opped on the channel.

To set a setting (as listed above), type: /msg X set #channel

(Example: /msg X set #IRC4Fun STRICTOP ON)

(Example: /msg X set #IRC4Fun WELCOME Hello, and welcome to our channel)

(Example: /msg X set #IRC4Fun WELCOME(Unsets the WELCOME message)

Frequently Asked Questions entry

Question How do I change my Password?
Answer

How do I change my Password?


You can change your X password on IRC after you have logged in with the NEWPASS command.  IRC4Fun also has secure Server Shortcuts which are supported by most modern IRC clients, which make using this command easier.

Server shortcut: (supported by most clients)
/X NEWPASS newPassword
/CS NEWPASS newPassword

Traditional Secure Private Message: (supported by all clients)
/msg X@services.irc4fun.net NEWPASS newPassword

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