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SorceryNet IRC Services

Sorcerynet IRC Services is a program that provides an IRC network with nickname and channel registration and protection. The services supplied are NickServ, ChanServ, MemoServ (for short text messages), GameServ (a dice-rolling service), InfoServ (broadcast messages) and OperServ, which has clone detection, global autokill, and many other features.

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  •  14 Dec 2005 22:34

Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. Usermode processing was made case-sensitive. A security hole was closed that could allow undesired +r, registered nickname access (at ACC level 2), when used with IRC servers that provide a certain feature. A separate issue that prevented Sorserv from compiling under FreeBSD was also fixed in this release.

  •  31 Jan 2005 02:44

Release Notes: This release fixes a number of serious bugs. It adds the ability to search for patterns in akill lists, and displays use friendlier time formatting (1d2h instead of 26 hours). The +r user mode is now used to indicate identified users. User-defined akick reasons can now be enabled on channels.

  •  29 Dec 2004 11:03

Release Notes: A bug was fixed where a request to remove an akill, ahurt, or ignore sometimes removed the wrong kind of record, and several other typos and bugfixes were added. A /memoserv set maxmemo feature has been added that allows a user to set (within a certain limit) how many memos are in their inbox before it is considered full.

Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed and support options were added for the +r usermodes provided by newer versions of sorircd. A new setflag option was added to mark a nickname as reserved for network use (+n).

Release Notes: A new channel option was added to show the reason message to banned users, as well as support for units of time other than hours when specifying time duration (i.e. 5d.3h.20m.45s).


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