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network:irc [2016/02/03 11:05]
walter [UIC-ACM IRC Information]
network:irc [2017/07/10 16:24] (current)
wtoher Wrong slashes
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 NickServ offers authentication and authorization for other IRC services. You must register and authenticate through it for any other services to be sure of your identity. Changing your identity is as simple as sending: NickServ offers authentication and authorization for other IRC services. You must register and authenticate through it for any other services to be sure of your identity. Changing your identity is as simple as sending:
  
-  ​\nick <​new_nick>​+  ​/nick <​new_nick>​
  
 If you plan on becoming a repeat patron, you may want to register your nickname so that other users  If you plan on becoming a repeat patron, you may want to register your nickname so that other users 
 can recognize you. To do so you must first register with nickserv using: can recognize you. To do so you must first register with nickserv using:
  
-  ​\msg nickserv register <​new_password>​ <​email>​+  ​/msg nickserv register <​new_password>​ <​email>​
  
 This will register your current username, if not previously registered, with <​email>​ and identified by <​password>​. To identify yourself at a later time, send: This will register your current username, if not previously registered, with <​email>​ and identified by <​password>​. To identify yourself at a later time, send:
  
-  ​\msg nickserv identify <​password>​+  ​/msg nickserv identify <​password>​
  
 For additional help, you can simply use the command: For additional help, you can simply use the command:
  
-  ​\msg nickserv help+  ​/msg nickserv help
  
 ==== Channels and ChanServ ==== ==== Channels and ChanServ ====
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 Channels are the way that we can segregate out different topics to allow for more concise and topic driven conversation. Connecting to channels is as simple as: Channels are the way that we can segregate out different topics to allow for more concise and topic driven conversation. Connecting to channels is as simple as:
  
-  ​\join <​channel_name>​+  ​/join <​channel_name>​
  
 If you attempt to join a non-existent channel, ChanServ will automatically create it for you and set you as an operator. Operators have absolute power over a channel. They can set permissions and kick/ban users. If you wish to make a channel permanent, you need to register the channel with ChanServ with a registered nick. If you attempt to join a non-existent channel, ChanServ will automatically create it for you and set you as an operator. Operators have absolute power over a channel. They can set permissions and kick/ban users. If you wish to make a channel permanent, you need to register the channel with ChanServ with a registered nick.
  
-  ​\msg chanserv register <​channel_name>​+  ​/msg chanserv register <​channel_name>​
  
 ===== Clients ===== ===== Clients =====
network/irc.txt · Last modified: 2017/07/10 16:24 by wtoher