Re: #kernelnewbies moves

From: Gerhard Mack (
Date: Fri Jun 28 2002 - 13:27:38 EST

On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, Stephen Frost wrote:

> * Disconnect ( wrote:
> > On Thu, 2002-06-27 at 12:38, Stephen Frost wrote:
> > > * Andrew Rodland ( wrote:
> > > > You realize that if you weren't _forcing_ people not to go to the
> > > > channel on OPN, by making it useless, everyone would go there anyway.
> > >
> > > Uh, I believe you have the OPN ircops to thank for making it +m. I know
> > > that it was done by Chanserv directly after riel had left.
> >
> > Chanserv.. as in when the channel owner (Riel) told it to, just after
> > leaving...
> As far as I could tell, riel had already left the network at that point.
> Additionally, if you /m chanserv info #kernelnewbies you will see that
> the 'Mode Lock' is only +s and that +m is *not* there.
> > If the irc ops had done it it would have been completely blocked - you
> > join, it gives a message and kicks you out..
> The irc ops could do either, of course. I find it very likely that it
> was done by lilo after I mentioned that the channel had moved on a
> channel he was on.
> Stephen

Not correct.. lilo was actually supprised when he found out it was

You should have asked lilo directly instead of spreading misinformation.

Anyhow one of the other chanops seems to have removed the +m and the
channel is functional again.


Gerhard Mack

<>< As a computer I find your faith in technology amusing.

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