Output of -modif command

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DjChulo
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Output of -modif command

Post by DjChulo »

During the years many people asked who added a specific access on their channel, it will be nice to have this in -modif command, actually at LAST MODIFIED: field it is shown who last modified it. It will be nice to be a line above LAST MODIFIED: , with field ADDED BY: and here to show who added the specific username/access, something like this:

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/msg x access #channel username -modif


The reply can be:

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-X- USER: username ACCESS: LEVEL L
-X- CHANNEL: #Channel -- AUTOMODE: VOICE / OP
-X- LAST SEEN: 0 days, 04:19:30 ago.
-X- ADDED BY: (Username) Nickname!ident@username.users.undernet.org (10 days, 03:45:37 ago)
-X- LAST MODIFIED: (Username) Nickname!ident@username.users.undernet.org (3 days, 00:23:50 ago)
-X- End of access list


I am talking about this line -X- ADDED By: (Username) Nickname!ident@username.users.undernet.org (10 days, 03:45:37 ago)

I think that will be useful.
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Sabin
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Post by Sabin »

Indeed, it will be very nice to have that field with ADDED BY: , in past occured situations when people were modifying it by suspend and unsuspend/modifying automode value etc just to not be seen who added the specific username in the first place.
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Crys
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Post by Crys »

Right, but this command will be kind of covered by the featuring "HISTORY" of the channel command. Meaning that the manager (or 490/495+) will be able to see who was added on the channel :) That seems fair enough for me and one command to cover them all.

-- SUPPOSING that the MANAGER will SHOW HIS/HER presence and ACTIVITY and by that to LOGIN more frequently and to check their channel activity and what happened without his/her permission.
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xplora
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Post by xplora »

added by is available via the website.
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Dooku
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Post by Dooku »

but can be seen only by CService officials :D
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xplora
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Post by xplora »

Dooku wrote:but can be seen only by CService officials :D


Interesting, people with access are supposed to be able to see it too, will have to take that up with the coders.
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Eenie
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Post by Eenie »

xplora wrote:
Dooku wrote:but can be seen only by CService officials :D


Interesting, people with access are supposed to be able to see it too, will have to take that up with the coders.


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Dooku
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Post by Dooku »

Eenie wrote:
xplora wrote:
Dooku wrote:but can be seen only by CService officials :D


Interesting, people with access are supposed to be able to see it too, will have to take that up with the coders.


And I thought I was going blind or something. Image

LOL

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He has been a CService official for so long that now he doesn't recall what a user can see and can't see lol :oops:
Even so Chulo's idea sounds interesting (seeing that also on IRC)
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DjChulo
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Post by DjChulo »

Like I said, that command is very useful for normal users, the officials can see it on website, but i think that will be better in IRC with that line too, i don`t see this very special, i see this commnd (with the new line in) very normal and useful.
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Post by Spidel »

It would be a good improvement.
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DjChulo
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Post by DjChulo »

xplora wrote:
Dooku wrote:but can be seen only by CService officials :D


Interesting, people with access are supposed to be able to see it too, will have to take that up with the coders.

So, did you talked with the coders xplora?
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