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    posted a message on The old days

    #justserversmodthings


    Posted in: Off topic, testing and misc. chat
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    posted a message on His Excellency St. Squids Chapel
    Located in a rural outpost town, residents have begun to honor their leader...

    Posted in: Off topic, testing and misc. chat
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    posted a message on Staff Quotes
    16:54:37 Darkhax: Yo Akynth you around?
    16:56:23 Darkhax: Looks like I have to tap into the memories of my past and recall how to work the bot commands.
    16:57:00 Darkhax: $rem Akynth Sorry I didn't add you to the card, we got a response though. https://trello.com/c/sJ2JoMYH/513-new-section-for-testing-where-we-all-have-the-power-to-do-remedial-actions
    16:57:01 Cadbury: Akynth was added sir
    16:57:10 Darkhax: Oh, that's not right....
    16:57:14 Darkhax: $del Akynth
    16:57:20 Darkhax: $remove Akynth
    16:57:49 Darkhax: $rem Akynth Please Ignore
    16:57:49 Cadbury: I already have something saved for Akynth sir
    16:57:55 Darkhax: Well forget it >>
    Posted in: Off topic, testing and misc. chat
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    posted a message on Thread place holding
    The only issue with that is that a banned user could make a bunch of obscene topics or posts and then boom, they show up suddenly.

    The posting restriction is part of the punishment, allowing them to make topics still would be kind of pointless. (imo)
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on how would i seclude users to certain files in a server host like creeper host?
    You're going to want to look into either chroot jails, or RSSH, depending on how you want your users to be controlled.

    RSSH Basics: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/linux-unix-restrict-shell-access-with-rssh.html
    chroot: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicChroot
    Posted in: Hosting Discussion
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    posted a message on Staff Quotes
    Quote from Lord_Ralex

    That bot will die a slow and painful death. Eggdrop is an egg that needs to be dropped off a cliff.


    21:23:06 Fishfish0001: Ralph do you like cliffs?
    21:23:10 Ralph: nods
    21:23:17 Fishfish0001: Ralph would you jump off a cliff?
    21:23:20 Ralph: In a flash!
    21:23:29 Fishfish0001: pushes Ralph off the cliff
    21:23:32 Ralph: I can seeee myyy house from heeeerrreeeeee!
    Posted in: Off topic, testing and misc. chat
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    posted a message on Was writing a post, and accidentally closed tab, is it saved, or completely lost?
    There is a built-in auto-save feature on the forums, at least for replies (haven't checked with making a topic [edit: checked, doesn't work with topic creation.]).

    If you type for a bit it will auto-save ever minute or so. If you go back to the topic you will see a little thing at the bottom of the text-box to view auto-saved content. Clicking it will bring up your old post.



    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on The Mini-Moding Rule
    Mathy, I like that suggestion.

    I still don't like people posting to say it should be in X section not Y though. We still end up having to hide those posts, and they contribute nothing to the discussion, or they end up being wrong and just confusing people and making a mess.
    Posted in: Administrators & Moderators
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    posted a message on The Mini-Moding Rule
    Can someone explain why we even need to have a rule that allows mini-moding to such a degree that it is?

    I understand having it there so members can reply to topics to let someone know that "hey, you need to add x or y to your topic", but I honestly don't understand why members are allowed to make replies saying "wrong section, should go in x".

    It can be helpful yes, but I've seen multiple cases now where this happens, and then we end up with duplicate topics on the forums because the topic wasn't just reported. I find it much easier to just find the report, move the topic, and be on my way rather than cleaning up some posts about how its in the wrong section, and then moving it, only to find they made another new topic and then having to merge posts into one.

    Maybe I'm just lazy though?

    To clarify, I think mini-modding is fine in topics where its just a matter of adding more information, or changing the format a bit, but I don't think it contributes anything, and only causes confusion or anger when people point out that topics are in the wrong spot, or for people to stop bumping.

    Thoughts?
    Posted in: Administrators & Moderators
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