* Disconnect (email@example.com) wrote:
> On Thu, 2002-06-27 at 12:38, Stephen Frost wrote:
> > * Andrew Rodland (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > > You realize that if you weren't _forcing_ people not to go to the
> > > channel on OPN, by making it useless, everyone would go there anyway.
> > Uh, I believe you have the OPN ircops to thank for making it +m. I know
> > that it was done by Chanserv directly after riel had left.
> Chanserv.. as in when the channel owner (Riel) told it to, just after
As far as I could tell, riel had already left the network at that point.
Additionally, if you /m chanserv info #kernelnewbies you will see that
the 'Mode Lock' is only +s and that +m is *not* there.
> If the irc ops had done it it would have been completely blocked - you
> join, it gives a message and kicks you out..
The irc ops could do either, of course. I find it very likely that it
was done by lilo after I mentioned that the channel had moved on a
channel he was on.
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