A channel on the network can have six different kinds of users. You might think of them as levels of permission and access. They are, in increasing amount of capabilities: Regular user Voiced: VOP or +v Half-Op: HOP or +h Op: Full Op, ChanOp or +o Admin: SOP, SuperOp or +a Founder: +q Regular users […]
After more than a few people asking we are now adding access to the network via TOR. Currently we will still maintain the ban we have on accessing us on our public interfaces from tor or an open proxy. Our hidden service address is digiirc573campcs.onion on which we will only listen on with ssl on […]
Mooo and out some of our extended services will be going offline for maintenance on Friday 28th November. This downtime is to facilitate server side updates and software updates that would normally disrupt the IRC network. During this time the other servers & core services such as the webchat and nickserv. will remain online. Mooo […]
Please welcome hollywood.digitalirc.org to the network. It’s based in Orlando, Florida and it supports standard SSL (port 6697) and IPv6.
We are planning a short maintenance window for the 20th December 2013 at 12:00 GMT and should only last 1 hour. This will allow us to upgrade our services and carry out minor database management. During the downtime chanserv and nickserv authentication and channel management will be unavailable. Services will be put into read-only mode […]
Silencing Users with Extended Bans You can use extended bans to set up an alternative kind of ban that will give you more options, like silencing users. When you silence a user, you allow the person to stay in the channel, but block the person’s ability to participate in the discussion or change nicks. It’s […]
Sad news, we have received confirmation from ^tammy^ that pinkfloyd will be permanently delinking from the network. This would leave our western US coverage pretty thin but the provider of tubes has agreed to move it to a datacenter in LA! We have also changed the way our main round robbin irc.digitalirc.org. It will now […]
On Monday 12 August 2013 we will be migrating the network from UnrealIRCd to InspIRCd. This will allow us to have more fine grained control over the features the network offers. The downtime is planned to start at 16:00 GMT until 18:00 GMT This post will be updated when the update has happened. Update completed […]
The network bouncers have now moved to a more powerful host and now have a dedicated hostname just in case we need to upgrade to a more powerful server again. The bouncers are now available at bouncer.digitalirc.org port 8000 for both IRC connections and for the web admin interface.
Tubes has been added to the IRC Network. While it is open to outside connections it is primarily aimed to be the new host for the bouncers, since it has more power and a better processor. It does not currently support IPv6 native connections and has SSL on the standard port (6697)