Talk:Internet Relay Chat services

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ircIIhelp[edit]

Shouldn't irciihelp (or ircIIhelp, not sure) be included here? --Cotoco 02:32, 23 October 2006 (UTC)

ircIIhelp was just a bot (thus no special support from the IRC network), it later turned into HelpServ. --lynX

HelpServ[edit]

No reference to HelpServ? X and W are common on undernet.

Q is common on Quakenet.

Services that aren't likely to be on many networks should not be mentioned in an encyclopedic list, this includes QuakeNet and Undernet's special breeds. --lynX

Other services[edit]

The example services it describes are from ANOPE only. A lot of other major networks do not use these services.

Consider updating. --ICAPTCHA 01:32, 25 July 2007 (UTC)

Yes I guess some of those others need to be removed. HelpServ and StatServ seem to be quite common however. --lynX
Not really, only on small networks (usually on unreal+anope combo) - statserv and helpserv are usually not what they are in anoep though ICAPTCHA 22:30, 7 September 2007 (UTC)

CS / NS[edit]

Even Freenode uses CS for ChanServ. Perhaps you should mention that NS and CS commands do not follow proper IRC syntax? I thought it did at first, but I was having problems and ask someone and they told me what I was doing wrong --zzo38() 05:52, 30 June 2010 (UTC)