#104 closed defect (obsolete)

... more modes .. more info ..

Reported by: dexter Owned by:
Priority: wishlist Milestone:
Component: IRC Version: 1.0.1
Keywords: Cc:
IRC client+version: Client-independent Operating System: Linux
OS version/distro: Fedora Core


Well .. you could make more modes for the users .. like +&%@ ? + - online people @ - me and the bot nothing .. the ones that are away .. and % those that aren't online ?

  1. you could add to those 'invisible' users .. a new info .. "Last time online..." ? ( last time when bitlbee saw them if it was logged ! ) :D

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comment:1 Changed at 2006-02-24T19:26:11Z by timing

I don't feel like remembering all those chars per away state :-D. And I think it'll be very ugly all those chars.

Btw, are all those chars RFC compliant?

comment:2 Changed at 2006-02-28T20:29:40Z by wilmer

Yes, they are.

There's a patch that implements something like this. BitlBee might do it without any patch some day, but for now such a change requires too much hacking around.

comment:3 Changed at 2006-04-01T12:59:08Z by wilmer

Priority: normalwishlist

comment:4 Changed at 2006-06-16T07:04:13Z by surreal.w00t@…

Maybe a bit pedantic, but...

No, they are not RFC compliant. @+ are, % is a commonly accepted extension, & (and ~, though not mentioned) are extensions used by UnrealIRCd, and possibly a few others - which have the nasty habit of breaking a few clients.

The others I've never seen. ! I have seen used by shadowircd(?) and one or two more.

I see no problem with %, but I'd steer clear of others. I've heard of some clients not being too clued up, such as older pjirc, and some odd mac clients.

comment:5 Changed at 2012-03-25T23:25:27Z by wilmer

Resolution: obsolete
Status: newclosed

Somewhat supported by 3.0. More specific bugs should be filed for other (reasonable) ideas.

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