In ircd 2.11.0 the Reop-Mode has been introduced to IRCnet. When a channel becomes opless, one of the users matching the added hostmasks will be opped after a delay.
Like ban, invite and exception list, the reop list contains hostmasks in format
Retrieve the reop list:
MODE #channel R
:irc.example.com 344 nick #channel *!email@example.com
:irc.example.com 344 nick #channel *!firstname.lastname@example.org
:irc.example.com 345 nick #channel :End of Channel Reop List
Add reop entries:
MODE #channel +R *!email@example.com
Remove reop entries:
MODE #channel -R *!firstname.lastname@example.org
When the channel became opless, reop will be enforced after 90 minutes:
:irc.example.com NOTICE #channel :Enforcing channel mode +R (166)
:irc.example.com MODE #channel +o nick
- Keep your reop entries up to date (domain expired? shell account closed?)
- Be careful with wildcards. Never use wildcards like
*!email@example.com.*because they can be spoofed easily, e.g.
*!firstname.lastname@example.org. Use CIDR notation instead:
- Reop entries can be restricted to countries by using ISO-3166-1 country codes. E.g.
email@example.com reop only users on *.DE IRCnet servers.
- If the channel is opless, users matching the reoplist are allowed to join the channel by overriding the channel limit.
- If the channel is empty, reops will get lost, like all other channel information