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UOp #139523 15/01/06 11:03 PM
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What does this mean? I know about SOP and AOP, but not UOP. What is this?

Re: UOp #139524 16/01/06 02:14 AM
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With some channel services I know SOP (Super OP) Which persons having that designation have the highest channel authority under the channel Owner. They can usually Add AOP as well as set channel modes (if there are no channel services rules over riding the mode) give voice, give regular(Temporary) op status, and can issue bans and kick miscreants.
AOP is Auto OP, and can usually voice, give regular(Temporary) op status, and can issue bans and kick miscreants. On most Services I have seen they can also change channel modes (if there are no channel services rules over riding the mode) .
I have no idea what UOp is.

Re: UOp #139525 16/01/06 03:14 AM
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Quote:
UOPs or above may use LIST. UOPs will be moded +u when they join the room. They will be able to receive memos sent to that room, as well as be able to enter even if the room is restricted. UOPs can use count, why, acc, access and see the room's lists.

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Re: UOp #139526 16/01/06 05:55 PM
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curious, which IRCd or channel service is that?

Re: UOp #139527 16/01/06 06:42 PM
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it's WebChat .. dunno exactly what they use


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Re: UOp #139528 16/01/06 06:45 PM
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conference room


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Re: UOp #139529 16/01/06 06:53 PM
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I remember seeing that somewhere blush


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Re: UOp #139530 28/01/06 12:33 AM
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ConferenceRoom, or WebMaster inc. (conferenceroom or webmaster.com).

Their current channel hierarchy is:

Founder > MGR > SOp > AOp > VOp (+) > Uop (-).

Rest are @'s.

What happened was, they got rid of "channel passwords" which allowed peons to take over the channel. Therefore, channel managers are equivalent to those that knew the channel password except they cannot override the founder. They can add/del each other, but SOps cannot add/del SOps.

UOp stands for user operator.