[IRCServices] New UnrealIRCd channel modes (+I and +j)
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lordbergee at comcast.net
Thu Mar 3 11:56:25 PST 2005
It used to be like that, and that feature still exists as a subset of
what the +f mode is now. But rather than having a whole discussion
about Unreal's various modes on the mailing list, I'll just point you to
the documentation, which will hopefully clear up any confusion about
what mode +f does now.
> I thought chanmode +f was flood protection.
> f * <lines:seconds> Flood protection, if the * is given a user will
> kick banned when they send <lines:seconds> if no * they are just kicked
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> From: "Bergee" <lordbergee at comcast.net>
> To: "IRC Services General Mailing List" <ircservices at ircservices.esper.net>
> Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 1:58 PM
> Subject: Re: [IRCServices] New UnrealIRCd channel modes (+I and +j) -
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>>Actually my understanding of it is that +j reacts to x joins per user
>>per y seconds. And what +f does is x joins per channel per y seconds.
>>A slight difference at best, but it would basically allow you to
>>throttle a single user a bit sooner rather than having to wait for that
>>user to trigger a higher limit for the entire channel.