Registering your channel
- You must have a registered nickname.
- You must have operator status or above (
~) on the channel.
- Note: You will receive operator status automatically when you join an empty, unregistered channel.
- Note: If there are idlers in the channel, and the channel is not registered, you may
/join #servicesfor assistance; however, this is only in the case where none of the idlers have operator status.
- The channel must be unregistered. To check if the channel is registered or not:
/msg ChanServ INFO #channel
If these conditions are met, you can register your channel using
/msg ChanServ REGISTER #channel password description
||The name of your channel.|
||A channel password. Used to identify a user as the channel's founder. This password can be shared to provide "almost" founder-level control of the channel with someone else.|
|| This is a description of your channels purpose, it is not the same as a channel topic. This will be seen when someone uses the |
So, you followed the commands above and successfully registered your channel, but what's next?
You can request a BotServ bot. First use the command
/msg BotServ BOTLIST or look at the Botserv list page to see the bot nicks and choose one that you like.
Then, to assign a botserv bot, use
/msg BotServ ASSIGN #channel bot where
#channel is the name of the channel you are assigning it to and
bot is the bot you are assigning.
Now that you have a bot assigned, visit BotServ commands for more information.