New MasterIRCd Under Testing

New MasterIRCd Under Testing
15/07/2013 No Comments News MasterScript

logoMasterIRCd 3.2.x under testing right now. Please connect your mirc to /server dev.spiderchat.org. As you know that MasterIRCd is based on Unrealircd3.2.10. Some changes have been made to adapt to the needs of Spiderchat IRC Network. Below is MasterIRCd project development.

==[ NEW ]==
16th July 2013
– “is now a network administrator (N)” -> “is now a Spiderchat Network Founder (N)”
– “is now a services administrator (a)” -> “is now a Spiderchat Services Administrator (a)”
– “is now a server admin (A)” -> “is now a Spiderchat Server Administrator (A)”
– “is now a co administrator (C” -> “is now a Spiderchat Co Administrator (C)”
– “is now an Operator (O)” -> “is now an Spiderchat Operator (O)”

15th July 2013
– Move config files to mconf/
– Move motd files to mconf/
– Add bomphelper & WebIRC lines and conf

9th April 2013
– Add alowed and restricted channel config

==[ OLD ]==
25th March 2013
– “is looks very helpful” -> “looks very helpful”

– “a Network Administrator” -> “a Network Founder (IRCop)”
– “a Network Service” -> “a Services Agent”
– “is available for help” -> “is looks very helpful”
– “is identified for this nick” -> “is using a registered nickname”
– Cloaking @D727DB52.E301117A.3273BFA7.IP to 203.82.87.c522bed6
– unrealircd.conf -> ircd.conf
– We use remote includes for opers.conf
This allows stuff like this in your configuration file:
include “http://www.somesite.org/files/opers.conf”;
– We use “You are now a Service Representative” when you oper up

29 Sept 2012
– “a Network Administrator” -> “a Network Founder (IRCop)”
– “a Services Administrator” -> “a Services Administrator (IRCop)”
– “a Server Administrator” -> “a Server Administrator (IRCop)”
– “a Co Administrator” -> “a Co Administrator (IRCop)”
– “a Global Operator” -> “a an IRC Operator”
– “a Network Service” -> “a Services Agent”
– “is available for help” -> “is looks very helpful”
– “is identified for this nick” -> “is using a registered nickname”
– Cloaking @D727DB52.E301117A.3273BFA7.IP to 203.82.87.c522bed6
– unrealircd.conf -> ircd.conf

2004
– “a Network Administrator” -> “a NetAdmin”
– “a Services Administrator” -> “a Svsadmin”
– “a Server Administrator” -> “a SaAdmin”
– “a Co Administrator” -> “a CoAdmin”
– “a Global Operator” -> “a an IRC Operator”
– “is available for help” -> “Helper”

– Join to us today at /server irc.spiderchat.org

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