Eggheads: +a channel vs chanuser modes

Dariusz Kulinski takeda at
Tue Apr 8 20:53:28 CST 2003

Hello ClubCX,

Tuesday, April 8, 2003, 6:38:19 PM, you wrote:

> EFnet, the example you gave, doesn't even support channel ownership.  Who
> are you to put a bot in an 'equal rights' channel that you don't own, let
> alone 25? How much are these people paying for something that's against
> network policy in the first place? $50? $75? $100?  These networks want IRC
> to be about chatting, not about bankrupting yourself in order to proclaim
> yourself as a god above all the other chatters.

You're wrong, eggdrop was build especially for those kind of networks,
since it is most needed over there.

Best regards,
 Dariusz                            mailto:takeda at
SCSA, SCNA, LPI, CCNA, MCP certified

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