We use the open-source Charybdis to run the J3di IRC Network.
See the Services page for information and help on the network services.
Here are a few common commands and modes that most people will find useful:
This page is still being updated; be aware that some information listed below may be inaccurate.
- /helpop — General help command
- /helpop cuser — This command shows all the commands available to you.
- /helpop [command] — This command can show you the correct syntax for using a specific command.
- /helpop umodes — Shows the available user modes
- /helpop chmodes — Shows the available channel modes
- /invite <nick> <#chan> — Invites another user into a channel you are on (assuming the channel isn't blocking invites).
- /links and /map — Shows information about each server, and how all the servers link together.
- /list — Shows a list of all non-secret (non-hidden) channels on the network.
- /motd — Shows the MOTD, or "Message Of The Day". We don't update it daily, but it contains some useful information, including the network rules..
- /whois <nick> — Show information on a currently connected user, including real name (if configured), channels they're on (secret channels are not shown), away status and idle time.
- /whowas <nick> — Similar the /whois command, but shows information for users who were connected within the last week.
- /stats p — Shows online opers.
- /stats u [server] — Shows uptime of the server you're connected to. You can optionally specify a different server name if desired.
Very common modes, such as o, v, n, t, etc, have been omitted.
- /help CMODE gives you the full list – may require /quote help in some clients.
- b <n!u@h>: ban: The standard email@example.com mask for banning troublesome users.
- k <key>: key: Essentially a channel password. Requires users to type this "key" before they can join the channel (e.g. /join #channel keyhere).
- l <num>: limit: Lower-case "L". Sets the maximum number of users that can be in the channel at one time.
- m: moderated channel. Only users with voice (+v) or above are able to send messages to the channel.
- r: registered users only: Only allows users who are registered and identified with NickServ to join the channel.
- s: secret: Stops the channel being shown in the /list of channels.
- c: strip colours: Removes colour codes from channel messages.
- /help UMODE gives you the full list – may require /quote help in some clients.
- D: Ignore all non-private messages and notices (i.e. it ignores channel messages)
- R: Blocks private messages from non-registered users.
- c: Strips all colour codes from messages sent to you.
- h: "Cloaks" your full hostname to non-operators for privacy. (i.e. other users won't see your full hostname or IP address).