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Chat Monitor also supports custom monitoring based on Lua pattern matching.Lua patterns must be enclosed in / marks to distinguish them from normal words,.

Factions As a last note, if you would help keep this post on the boards in a healthy state and UPVOTE the article, I think I, and your fellow Summoners, would appreciate that from you. **Etiquette** Follow the Universal Rules and keep content focused on appropriate topics for these boards--topics that don’t fit on any other board.Status of This Memo This memo defines an Experimental Protocol for the Internet community.Discussion and suggestions for improvement are requested.To allow a reasonable amount of order to be kept within the IRC network, a special class of clients (operators) is allowed to perform general maintenance functions on the network.Although the powers granted to an operator can be considered as 'dangerous', they are nonetheless required.62 8.12.2 Operators ......................................... 62 8.12.3 Allowing servers to connect ....................... Current problems ............................................ 63 9.1 Scalability ............................................. 63 9.2 Labels .................................................. 63 9.2.1 Nicknames .......................................... 63 9.2.2 Channels ........................................... 64 9.2.3 Servers ............................................ 64 9.3 Algorithms .............................................. The server forms the backbone of IRC, providing a point to which clients may connect to to talk to each other, and a point for other servers to connect to, forming an IRC network.

62 8.12.4 Administrivia ..................................... 63 8.13 Channel membership ..................................... The only network configuration allowed for IRC servers is that of a spanning tree [see Fig.

Operators should be able to perform basic network tasks such as disconnecting and reconnecting servers as needed to prevent long-term use of bad network routing.

In recognition of this need, the protocol discussed herein provides for operators only to be able to perform such functions. A more controversial power of operators is the ability to remove a user from the connected network by 'force', i.e.

The channel is created implicitly when the first client joins it, and the channel ceases to exist when the last client leaves it.

While channel exists, any client can reference the channel using the name of the channel.

In light of that, it is still way nicer to be able to chat with a group of Summoners and send invites and such than having to be limited to your own sparse friends list already bloated with people you don't even want to play with, AMIRITE? Facechecking the brush is dangerous, and so is facechecking the web.