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01:01 +glguy> +mz an wait for a on topic question 01:01 +glguy> all of the offtopic conversations die off 01:01 +glguy> because no one can see any responses to them 01:01 +dons> so the plan should be to ban redirect people into here to talk to them? 01:01 +dons> or privmsg, because it's calmer? 01:02 +glguy> redirect ban to here is good for wide-reaching bans 01:02 +glguy> say all of tor 01:02 +glguy> or *ass*!*@* 01:02 +glguy> where you are likely to have some false positives 01:02 +glguy> I don't like them as much for specific bans 01:03 +glguy> other uses are redirect bans to ##fix_your_connection 01:03 +glguy> where you aren't punishing the person 01:03 +dons> mm. yep 01:03 +glguy> and want them to know that their join/quit flood isn't allowed 01:03 +dons> it'd be useful to have the protocols documented on the wiki 01:03 +dons> since i can never remember anything other than /kb 01:04 +glguy> You can "remove" 01:04 +glguy> that forces a PART 01:04 +glguy> instead of a KICK 01:04 +glguy> the difference being that many clients don't auto-rejoin 01:04 +glguy> on PART 01:05 +dons> hey, put it on the wiki, dude. 01:05 +dons> http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/IRC_channel/Management 01:05 +dons> you know about wikis, right? 01:05 +glguy> +q ____ and +b %____ are identical and just silence the offender 01:05 +glguy> but don't prevent joins