#test | Logs for 2021-04-06

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[01:18:57] -!- Bytram [Bytram!~Bytram@Soylent/Staff/Developer/martyb] has joined #test
[01:18:57] -!- mode/#test [+v Bytram] by Artemis
[01:19:14] <Bytram> .op
[01:19:14] -!- mode/#test [+o Bytram] by Artemis
[01:19:24] <Bytram> .kickban
[01:26:26] <chromas> you don't have top .op to .kick
[01:26:37] <chromas> in fact, that wouldn't make sense 'cause then you'd have to .op to .op
[01:27:56] <Bytram> nap helped, but not yet really awake.
[01:28:05] <chromas> .nap Bytram
[01:28:16] <Bytram> ROFL!
[01:28:34] <Bytram> would that it were *that* easy!
[01:29:28] <Bytram> I am just trying to "timeout" E-F
[01:29:48] <Bytram> for 48+hours
[01:31:29] <Bytram> chromas: if there's a better way (esp one that keeps track of the time FOR me and auto-expires when the time is up) I'm all ears
[01:32:26] <chromas> I don't see anything like that.
[01:32:31] <chromas> You'll just have to write a bot :)
[01:34:16] <Bytram> chromas: I thot there might be something with ?? kline ??
[01:35:29] <chromas> yeah you could do that
[01:35:40] <chromas> pass in number of minutes as the first parameter
[01:39:43] <Bytram> =g irc kline
[01:39:44] <systemd> https://en.wikipedia.org - IRC operator - Wikipedia
[01:39:56] <Bytram> =g irc "kline"
[01:39:57] <systemd> http://www.geekshed.net - IRCOp Commands « GeekShed IRC
[01:40:51] <chromas> /help kline
[01:41:23] <Bytram> thot I tried that
[01:41:40] <Bytram> No such command.
[01:42:09] <Bytram> that search, though, seems to have done the trick
[01:42:22] <Bytram> Syntax: /KLINE [+|-]user@host | nick [time to ban reason]
[01:42:42] <Bytram> Bans the hostmask from the server it is issued on. A
[01:42:43] <Bytram> kline is not a global ban. time to ban is
[01:42:43] <Bytram> either: a) a value in seconds, b) a time value, like
[01:42:43] <Bytram> '1d' is 1 day or c) '0' for permanent. Time and reason
[01:42:43] <Bytram> are optional, if unspecified set::default-bantime
[01:42:43] <Bytram> (default: 0/permanent) and 'no reason' are used. To
[01:42:45] <Bytram> remove a kline use /kline -user@host
[01:42:47] <Bytram>
[01:49:13] <Bytram> that was... "fun" ??
[01:49:26] <Bytram> Issued this in #soylent: /unban #soylent Ethanol-fueled!*@*
[01:50:19] <Bytram> cause when I asked for help I got:
[01:50:21] <Bytram> -Aphrodite- Syntax: UNBAN <#channel> [nickname|hostmask]
[01:50:58] <Bytram> so, what I got when I actually issued the command was:
[01:51:01] <Bytram> * Bytram removes ban on #soylent!*@*
[01:51:01] <Bytram> * Bytram removes ban on Ethanol-fueled!*@*
[01:51:15] <Bytram> ??!??!!!!
[01:52:17] <Bytram> So, did I just remove *ALL* bans in #soylent?
[02:01:07] <Bytram> was so very ready to do a kline in #soylent on EF only to discover that would be *server* wide; not just the channel it was issues in.
[02:01:12] <Bytram> Bah!
[02:01:29] <Bytram> back to .kickban
[02:07:12] <chromas> yeah klines are per server
[02:07:28] <chromas> there'd be no reason to kline per channel because that's what a ban is
[02:12:38] <Bytram> but ban dose NOT have a duration argument, while a kline *does*
[02:13:46] <Bytram> I really do not care what the command *is*, but I see no way to block a user from a single channel for a fixed period of time
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