[okfn-help] loss of ops on #okfn channel!
michael.chelen at gmail.com
Wed Aug 4 15:50:32 BST 2010
Manually given ops, say through the /op command, are temporary and will be
lost when a user leaves the channel.
However if a user is given CHANOP access level with Chanserv, then they
will be automatically opped every time when joining.
This can be done through the access command:
/msg chanserv set #okfn access add nickname CHANOP
Setting additional channel MASTER users might be ok too, but we only need
CHANOP access with Chanserv to have permanent ops.
[image: green_3027_headshot_normal.JPG] Mike Chelen
On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 3:31 AM, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org>wrote:
> On 3 August 2010 21:08, Michael Chelen <michael.chelen at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Chanserv still thinks I have no access. What appears if you enter:
> > /msg chanserv access #okfn list
> > Thanks for looking into this issue :)
> 08:26 <rgrp> access #okfn list
> 08:26 -ChanServ(services at services.oftc.net)- 1: rgrp MASTER
> 08:26 -ChanServ(services at services.oftc.net)- End of ACCESS LIST for
> Was I suppose to make you a channel admin or just give you ops on the
> channel. The two things are different i think (see MASTER versus
> It seems that ops get lost of reconnect (at least I've lost them).
> Guess we should make some additional masters 'MASTER' rather than just
> CHANOPs ...
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