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magicsleeper

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a java mode
« on: May 13, 2006, 04:51:40 AM »

what about a mode to be set to users comming from an applet
=> users from a java applet have a special
* ident
* connection password

when a java user enters the server
* the server would give the user a mode +j (preferably)

the reason why this would be very useful
* if a channel owner has many java users there will allways be abusers of that fact, letting spam bots to join the room
=> +R would be good against spam bots
but setting the channel to +R would leave the java users outside of the room (think like a newbie java user: write the nickname and click connect instead of entering your pass too)...

=>>>> plus a channelmode +j
            that would only let users with usermode +j join the room and ofcourse letting users that have acces (op vop hop sop ..) to join the room


cuz of that a channel mode +jR would let java users enter the channel (identified to their nick or not) and let only irc client users to join the channel...
making it hard for spambots to enter a +jR room if the nick confirm option is ON, usermodes +G and spamfilter also set...

This module would ROCK!!:7

[Edited on 13-5-2006 by magicsleeper]
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Dave Robson

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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2006, 07:54:29 AM »

Usermodes are the ircd's job... this would need to be a ircd module....
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GhosT

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« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2006, 09:13:50 AM »

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what about a mode to be set to users comming from an applet
=> users from a java applet have a special
* ident
* connection password

How to have that? Do you think people can use other IRC client (not java applet) and fake ident and connection password?
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magicsleeper

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« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2006, 11:20:47 PM »

Ghost I asked a question and I've got a good respons
a member of the Dev Team put me in the right direction...

If you can't trust a site owner whose users are connection through an applet to your irc network then why do you have an irc network ???
if i would put a class with pass, and trust the site owner(s)
whats the problem, why is everyone so negative about this so called 'java mode'?

anyway, thanks about the replies :9
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dragoonkain

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« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2006, 05:57:42 PM »

What I've seen done on "some other network" is a home-brew Java Application that it specifically gets the +j mode on connect. There are specific privelidges within the IRCd that cater to this +j mode (such as a +m override mode, a +l+k override option, etc) that channel owners, nickname users can use since the Java people don't have the ability to flood etc.

That said, this all very VERY ircd-centric. You would need to talk to the folks at unreal or whatever about a module or something.
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