sirAndrew wrote:Tulle wrote:trmade98 wrote:You right.. it takes a LONG LONG TIME TO TYPE
/msg chanserv FORBID #<channame> BOTNET
i can understand why you have a waiting list.
Do whatever you want. I`m sorry for trying to help you clean up botnets. Let them run wild. Dalnet did. Look how it worked for them.
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The problem is that Undernet doesn't really have such a "lockdown" feature. There is no simple way of closing down a channel. An oper can get ops in a channel and set the channel invite only and kick all users in it, but then she'd have to join a bot or something in order to keep the channel.
Wrong, GNUworld and Undernet does have a feature that can be used to close down a channel. It`s called a GChan.
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-UWorld- ****** GCHAN COMMAND ******
-UWorld- Sets a bad channel gline on a channel
-UWorld- Syntax: /msg UWorld Gchan <#channel> <duration/-per> <reason>');
-UWorld- if a -per is specified as a duration, the gline will be permanent
Ircops can gline a whole channel. That doesn`t mean that all the users from the channel will get gline it will only kick all the users on the channel and won`t allow anyone to join the channel anymore. [/code]
Sure, GNUWorld provides commands which you can use to gline entire channels, /msg euworld gline #channel, etc, but this doesn't mean that opers are allowed to use it. Same goes for gchan, etc.