Welcome to IRC4Fun!

Welcome to the new IRC4Fun IRC (Internet Relay Chat) Network website & community! We hope this new website will make your web-browsing easier while navigating and using the IRC4Fun website!  Our last website upgrade was over 2

K9, Q and Z have retired from IRC4Fun

We wanted to announce that 3 of our CService bots have retired. K9, Q and Z have retired from IRC4Fun and will (for now) remain juped. (All channels that were assigned to the 3 service bots have been re-assigned

Services Changes

NOTE: This post is very old and predates various Services and IRC daemon changes, thus all information is kept for statistical purposes and should NOT be looked to now as a guide or form of reference! Services

StatServ/Website Errors&Downtime (Fixed)

S (StatServ) is back as of yesterday after a 2 day vacation. S and various parts of the IRC4Fun website are back after they were pulled offline for a security upgrade. During the upgrade, problems were encountered, resulting in

Channels & Nicknames will now expire after 90 days

Good News IRC4Fun’ers! Channels and Nicknames will now expire after 90 days of no use. Previously, Channels and Nicknames would expire after 30 days of no use. We hope this will better serve our network users!

Server-Name Changes

[ad#Google Adsense] Effective August 4th, 2009 All IRC4Fun client servername’s have changed to the proper geographical location of the server. (Don’t worry: The old server-names will continue to be routed to the proper servers) Below is a

Services Upgrade: New Features!

Services underwent an upgrade that has added (and removed some obsolete) features! NEW FEATURES: 1. CService bots (W or X) will now be automatically assigned to Channels upon registration with C (ChanServ). The assigned CService bot will

New Channel Mode (+G) [AntiSpam Mode]

[emc2alert type=”warning” style=”normal” position=”top” visible=”visible” closebtn=”0″ title=”HISTORICAL DOCUMENT” ]This information is very old and only kept for historical purposes. This mode and URL censor no longer exist.[/emc2alert] IRC4Fun has successfully implemented and tested the new Channel Mode

Services Upgrade – New Commands for Users & IRC Operators!

NOTE: This post is very old and predates various Services and IRC daemon changes, thus all information is kept for statistical purposes and should NOT be looked to now as a guide or form of reference! Services underwent

C – Channels now take longer to expire!

NOTE: This post is very old and predates various Services and IRC daemon changes, thus all information is kept for statistical purposes and should NOT be looked to now as a guide or form of reference! Today IRC4Fun changed