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Who's online... in our IRC channel

My forum does it, so now it's IRC's turn.

     
1:32 am on Mar 17, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I'm pretty sure it's possible, but haven't found any scripts that do it, or have any idea how I could code it myself.

Is there any way to query an IRC server to get a list of participants in a particular IRC channel?

1:57 am on Mar 17, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Ive seen it being done before, but not sure how - so its possible

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7:48 am on Mar 17, 2002 (gmt 0)

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In IRC, to find out who is in a channel, you use:

/names #channel

This will not work for +s (secret) channels, unless you are in them.

From what I managed to worm out of an IRCop, the only way you'd be able to do this externally is by routing it through a bot. But of course, IRCBot's aren't allowed ;) so he wouldn't elaborate. But it's definately possible. If you find out, let me know :)

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9:19 am on Mar 17, 2002 (gmt 0)

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IRC bots are only banned completely in a very very few Networks. Most networks use bots themselves for things such as Nickname registration (and authorising) and for Channel controls.

You'll find everything needed for this via 'eggdrop' bots...

[directory.google.com...]

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2:01 am on Mar 19, 2002 (gmt 0)

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One of my ops is planning to deploy a bot, and I've requested that it be able to answer queries from my web server. I'll post here again if I can get it working.