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IRC rules from MOTD

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Post by infurnus » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:12 pm

From the MOTD:
Zandronum IRC wrote: =============================================================================
Welcome to irc.zandronum.com in [location here]. Your use of these
services is bound by certain applicable laws in your jurisdiction.
____________________________________________________________________
|
| DISCLAIMER:
| By connecting to Zandronum, you aknowledge that you are connecting
| to a privately owned network, whose owners and operators have the
| rights to deny access or monitor connections at any time, for any
| reason. If you are found to be in violation of certain laws, full
| compliance will be offered to investigative authorities.
|____________________________________________________________________

=============================================================================
GENERAL COMMON SENSE
=============================================================================
: Our users are expected to use common sense when using this network. We
have all seen the "script kiddie" that likes to flood channels, flame
others, and tries to make himself look cool. Well, that behavior won't
get you far here, and eventually it will get you removed, so don't do
it.
: Be respectful of those around you. Abuse is not tolerated, and is dealt
with sternly.
: All content presented on this network is the responsibility of the user
from which the content is sourced. Zandronum takes no responsibility for
anything you might see on this network, and in connecting to it, as you
would any other network service, the network owners and operators shall
hold no liability for the actions of our other users. Connect at your
own risk!

=============================================================================
NON-HUMAN/PROXY CLIENTS
=============================================================================
: Bots are allowed on Zandronum, so long as they are not abusive and do not
violate any rules. Eggdrop bots really are not necessary due to the
advent of channel services, and as such are discouraged, but are still
allowed.
: Privately owned, secured proxies (such as BNC's) are allowed, as long as
they are not used to evade channel or network bans. Evading channel
bans, whether network owned or private, is a network-bannable offense.
: ANY AND ALL USE OF UNSECURED PROXIES IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED, AND WILL BE
ENFORCED WITH THE USE OF A PROXY MONITOR SERVICE. If you are running an
insecure proxy on your local machine, your access to this network will
be removed without warning.

=============================================================================

Available ports:

6667, 6668, 6669, 6677, 6678, 6679, 9750, 9759
SSL: 6697, 9999

=============================================================================

Network Administrators and Operators:

*snip* Go here: http://zandronum.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=3532

=============================================================================

Extra Services:

MemoServ: Allows sending memos to offline users

BotServ: Custom channel bots as replacement to ChanServ

HostServ: A Service designed to give you a cool host name!
To get started please use the following command:

/msg HostServ Help Request

Some rules:

1) Your desired host name must not resemble
an IP address.
2) If you use a domain name, you must provide proof that
you own that domain. This is to prevent impersonation.
3) You may not use "R-Rated" or anything higher in your
hostname. Keep it clean!

=============================================================================
CHANNELS
=============================================================================

Network channels:

#zandronum - Main hangout channel
#staff - Help channel for Zandronum and IRC-related issues
#zamapping - Need help with any aspect of mapping? Join here
#zatesting - Public development and testing discussion channel
#fnf - Home of the Friday Night Fragfest community events


Type /list to see a list of available channels.

=============================================================================

Someone was asking on IRC about what the rules were for custom user hosts on IRC (ie, usernameblah@stuffhere.whatever)

HostServ: A Service designed to give you a cool host name!
To get started please use the following command:

/msg HostServ Help Request

Some rules:
  1. Your desired host name must not resemble
    an IP address.
  2. If you use a domain name, you must provide proof that
    you own that domain. This is to prevent impersonation.
  3. You may not use "R-Rated" or anything higher in your
    hostname. Keep it clean!
Usage:
  • User must request a vhost with /msg hostserv request <hostname>
  • Network staff has to approve it
also
  • Network staff can put vhosts in a list
  • Users can take whichever they want.
vvvv D'oh, fixed!
Last edited by infurnus on Fri Jan 10, 2014 2:16 am, edited 1 time in total.

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RE: IRC userhost info/rules?

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Post by Dusk » Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:59 pm

From the MOTD:

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HostServ       A Service designed to give you a cool host name!
               To get started please use the following command:

               /msg HostServ Help Request

               Some rules:

                 1) Your desired host name must not resemble
                    an IP address.
                 2) If you use a domain name, you must provide proof that
                    you own that domain. This is to prevent impersonation.
                 3) You may not use "R-Rated" or anything higher in your
                    hostname. Keep it clean!
Last edited by Dusk on Tue Jun 05, 2012 10:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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RE: IRC vhost info/rules

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Post by Tribeam » Tue Jun 05, 2012 10:10 pm

More Details

-User must request a vhost with /msg hostserv request <hostname>
-Network staff has to approve it

or

-Network staff can put vhosts in a list
-Users can take whichever they want.

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