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|0003635||unreal||ircd||public||2008-02-13 23:46||2008-02-14 17:12|
|Summary||0003635: Listing channels with modes|
|Description||Someone mentioned on the forum he would like to be able to list channels with/without a mode.|
It shouldn't be hard to put in WHO-like listings to do modes. An idea for this would be:
for searching channels with +r
for searching channels without +r
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Hmm, why not go the whole nine yards? :p
/list +m +r-n <--- channels that have r but not n
/list -m +r-n <--- channels with +rn or -rn or -r+n
/list +q <--- channels which have a +q'ed user in there
So for example, during a netsplit one might do "/list +m +o-aq" to find channels that have ops but not admins or owners. Some of these channels might have people opped by the split, so then you might want to -o those people and +v/h/o/a/q the people who normally have it to restore a sense of normality and/or reduce the chaos.
e.g. "/list +m -mMn" to find people who might need help learning how to run a channel.
e.g. "/list +m +mu-M" to find people who've stumbled upon that undocumented mode combination.
e.g. "/list +b >10" to find channels whose ops set so many bans they probably could do with some help.
So, in my opinion this feature would be a way for finding people who need help. Someone who likes helping other might like it :)
||I'd prefer to keep the current LIST format, which is LIST [searchchar<operator><param>] [chanmask]|
|2008-02-13 23:46||Stealth||New Issue|
|2008-02-13 23:46||Stealth||QA||=> Not touched yet by developer|
|2008-02-13 23:46||Stealth||U4: Need for upstream patch||=> No need for upstream InspIRCd patch|
|2008-02-13 23:46||Stealth||U4: Upstream notification of bug||=> Not decided|
|2008-02-13 23:46||Stealth||U4: Contributor working on this||=> None|
|2008-02-14 07:01||Shining Phoenix||Note Added: 0015134|
|2008-02-14 17:12||Stealth||Note Added: 0015137|