Description: Flamez IRC-Services are a set of tools that help operators to clean up irc network of anything offending and help them to control users in many ways possibles.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat_flood) .
They contain enhanced operator features such as AutoConnection of servers upon network splits, No-Oper and Server No-Oper to remove operator modes if the need arises, and CloseNet, which is used to temporarily close all connection attempts during a flood or clone attempt.
Release 1.9.5 adds Flood Service, rejoin on kick, and flood protection. It fixes some bugs with GRNAME and a compile warning.
Project listed at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/flamezserv/
(Was listed at http://freshmeat.net/projects/flamez-serv/ in the past)
Operating system tested on: FreeBSD, RedHat, SuSE
Tool used: Notepad++
Based on: IRCService 4.5 (http://www.ircservices.za.net/)
Past contributor: Phillip C.
Current Version: 2.0
Direct Download (version 1.9.5)
Sourceforge Download(version 1.9.5)
Command line added:
Syntax: SET channel option parameters
Allows the channel founder to set various channel options and other information. The founder must use the IDENTIFY
command before using SET.
FOUNDER Set the founder of a channel
SUCCESSOR Set the successor for a channel
PASSWORD Set the founder password
DESC Set the channel description
URL Associate a URL with the channel
EMAIL Associate an E-mail address with the channel
ENTRYMSG Set a message to be sent to users when they enter the channel
TOPIC Change the topic on the channel
KEEPTOPIC Retain topic when channel is not in use
TOPICLOCK Topic can only be changed with SET TOPIC
MLOCK Lock channel modes on or off
PRIVATE Hide channel from LIST command
RESTRICTED Restrict access to the channel
SECURE Activate %S security features
SECUREOPS Stricter control of chanop status
LEAVEOPS Do not de-op users on channel entry
OPNOTICE Send a notice when OP/DEOP commands are used
ENFORCE Enforce auto-op, auto-voice status
FLOODSERV Enable/Disable Channel Flood protection
Type /msg %S HELP optionfor more information on a particular option.
CHAN Manipulate channel table
SET Set various global Services options
GRNAME Manipulate the GRNAME list
Limited to Services admins.
CHAN ADD channel
CHAN DEL channel
Allows Services admins to add or remove channel from the
%S list. A channel on the %S list will be scanned for flood,
as defined in the options set in the configuration files or
via the set command.
CHAN ADD adds the given channel to the database.
CHAN DEL deletes the given channel from the database.
CHAN LIST will display the contents of the %S channel database.
CHAN REJOIN will make %S join all channels in the channel database.
CHAN COUNT will display the numbers of channel(s) that are in the channel database.
CHAN LISTFLOODTEXT will display the flood text currently in the textflood database. *NOTE*: Running this command on a
large network may not be a good idea.
Limited to Services admin.
Syntax: SET option parameters
Allows Services admins to set various %S options and other information.
WARN Set if you wish to warn before akilling.
TXTFLOODLINE Set the number of lines to trigger flood protection.
TXTFLOODSEC Set the number of seconds in which to scan for a flood.
TXTFLOODLWN Set the numbers of lines written to trigger
flood protection after being warned. IMPORTANT: cumulative with TXTFLOODLINE
TXTFLOODWARN Set the ration of seconds to lines to trigger
flood protection after being warned. IMPORTANT: cumulative with TXTFLOODSEC
Limited to Services admin.
Syntax: GRNAME ADD name
GRNAME DEL name
Allows Services admins to add or remove a GRNAME from the database. Any GRNAME in the database will be autokilled
as the client joins the network.
Limited to Services admin
Misc external links:
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flamez services 1.9.5 (Default)
Flamez IRC Services are services for IRC Networks based on ircservices.
They contain enhanced operator features such as AutoConnection of
servers upon network splits, No-Oper and Server No-Oper to remove
operator modes if the need arises, and CloseNet, which is used to
temporarily close all connection attempts during a flood or clone
Date: Sat Mar 23 2002 – 22:58:01 CST
::: L I N K S F O R T H E D A Y :::
 – flamez services 1.8
by Phillip C. (http://freshmeat.net/users/gcc/)
Saturday, March 23rd 2002 09:18
About: Flamez IRC Services are services for IRC Networks based on
ircservices. They contain enhanced operator features such as
AutoConnection of servers upon network splits, No-Oper and Server No-Oper
to remove operator modes if the need arises, and CloseNet, which is used
to temporarily close all connection attempts during a flood or clone
Changes: This release adds Flood Service, rejoin on kick, and flood
protection. It fixes some bugs with GRNAME and a compile warning.
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
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[IRCServices] Another Feature Suggestion
Ross Hosman rosshosman at charter.net
Fri May 31 11:35:01 PDT 2002
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Some things I'd like to see implemented: FloodServ: Many networks are starting to use this and I have seen only one services package implement this into services. Nkill: Nickname Kill example: /msg operserv nakill guest* will kill everyone with the nick guest. This would be useful for floodbots that use the same nicks. RoutingServ: This would be used to keep a map of the server routing. Which servers connect to which hubs, etc. If a server disconnects from the hub RoutingServ will auto-connect them. Also if a server becomes lagged to hub x services will connect it to hub y with a 30 sec delay with opers being able to cancel the movement. -Many of the suggestions I have asked for I got from www.flamez.net (old project's website) -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... http://www.ircservices.za.net/lists/ircservices/2002/002943.html