Eggheads: +a channel vs chanuser modes
clubcx at plymouthonline.net
Tue Apr 8 10:59:44 CST 2003
Some of the networks I've used have +a meaning 'channel admin'. The problem
comes when a user's access on channel services is so high that they only
receive +a and not +o, so eggdrop can't see the user (or itself) as an op.
----- Original Message -----
From: Dariusz Kulinski
To: Philip Richardson ; Eggdrop Discussion List
Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2003 5:19 PM
Subject: Re: Eggheads: +a channel vs chanuser modes
Tuesday, April 8, 2003, 7:04:27 AM, you wrote:
> More and more network are stating to use the +a channel user mode.
> This is becoming more of a problem for some users where a service
> bot, or any users sets a user +a before the bot gains +o.
> What is the +a channel mode for, and doesn't it only apply to
On IRCNet +a stands for anonymous, and is only available on !channels.
People cannot see each other, everything what is said on cannel looks
like is send from somebody who have nick "anonymous".
I don't think that many people actually use this mode, since it's not
really useful for normal channels.
Maybe on other networks it have different meaning.
Dariusz mailto:takeda at eggheads.w.pl
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