Since the network is quieting down for the holiday period we will be doing some maintenance and testing on various parts of the network. This should start at roughly 0000 hours (GMT) this Friday (27 December 2012) The maintenance should only last a few hours but is planned to last the entire day. This post will be […]
A new server has been linked to the network pinkfloyd.digitalirc.org it is admin’ed by thetammy0r. It is based in West Coast of North America and supports the standard SSL port of 6697 and IPv6 connections.
We have added a wiki to DigitalIRC, this allows users, channel owners and staff to create pages about channel, services and other interesting titbits of information about DigitalIRC or IRC in general. The wiki is available at www.digitalirc.org/wiki/
As of 20 October 2012 services on DigitalIRC have moved from anope to Atheme. This move will provide more flexability for channel owner while maintaining the current functionality provided by anope, documentation on the site has been updated and all user data has been moved over. As always if you have any problems feel free […]
So your bot can’t connect and it’s saying it has been banned from the network. This has happened because your bot was either: Spamming users, opers or channels In a channel where the channel owner hadn’t given it permission If your bot didn’t run ident then your entire host has been banned from the network. […]
As we explain on our Servers page, you often achieve the best connection by connecting to the server geographically closest to you. To do this, you can find the closest server on the map and then connect to servername.digitalirc.org for example, shire.digitalirc.org would be a good choice if you were in Europe.
Yes, you can! There are 2 classifications of botserv bots, Public and Private. These are detailed below. Public Bots Anyone may request a public bot absolutely free. These bots are available for all users to assign to their channels. However, they must be completely generic and not channel specific – for example a Spooks themed bot called […]
Digital IRC has registered with mibbit, what this means is that unlike some other networks when you connect via mibbit your IP/hostname doesn’t appear as your real name. To use this feature specify the server irc.digitalirc.org when connecting. This tells mibbit you’re connecting to our network and to auth with our IRC servers so that […]