[Noisebridge-discuss] Should the NB board take action wrt IRC?
longobord at gmail.com
Sat Mar 27 09:41:36 UTC 2010
Well, if you really want to get pedantic, founder is just a flag on the
chanserv privs. The spectrum of permissions that can be granted with
chanserv is greater than that which you can share in-channel. There are
really only the 3 levels in the "this trumps that" heirarchy.
The founder flag allows you to grant access to others. I'm not as familiar
with this particular chanserv daemon. Where I had IRCop privs, we had a
numerical ranking of privs, rather than the menu of privs freenode has.
"We also briefly discussed having officers replaced by very small shell
scripts." -- Noisebridge meeting notes 2008-06-17
The outer bounds is only the beginning.
On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 2:23 AM, Sai Emrys <noisebridge at saizai.com> wrote:
> To summarize what Christie referred to, the hierarchy is approximately*:
> * in-channel privs (+m, +h, +o)
> * chanserv privs (/msg chanserv help access)
> * founder privs (just a special case of chanserv)
> * ircop privs (of which group registration is a special case)
> This is why it's not necessary to have a large number of +Fs; you just
> need people who can override +o, i.e. who have chanop.
> FWIW, Freenode ircops explicitly encourage not having anybody +o in
> channel ever except when explicitly needed to perform some task (e.g.
> setting a ban); even then you can often just do it via chanserv
> without actually opping yourself.
> - Sai
> * feel free to be pedantic if you want, I'm glossing
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