Our tor service is back up online, with a new hidden service address: sylmrwllqsy7yapm.onion . Please visit http://www.snoonet.org/tor for instructions on how to set it up.
Snoonet operations reserve the right to set temporary and permanent channel modes on any channel or user during attacks, to protect users from harmful spam messages (containing, or not containing), malicious dox (private information), malicious software/web pages, viruses, spam, flood. This rule will not allow for censorship and will only be considered when multiple users become targets for attackers. No private channels will be affected.
Examples of modes:
Setting channels to registered users only, modifying flood-toggles for channels, making users only receive messages from others that are familiar in channels, and incorporating the network utility sysop (System Operator) in channels where attacks are popular.
In addition to the no-dox rule. Posting of information about anybody’s private life, school, home, hobbies and interests are prohibited unless publicly shared on the network, or a verbal agreement is given by the individual on which information is shared. Sharing information about yourself is at your discretion, and we will not punish any user for information that you shared in a public chat. Punishment of this rule will result in a ban from the network ranging from one month to permanent dismissal. To sum it up, nothing that a reasonable person would deem as ‘private information’ may be shared with others. We will enforce it by looking in to how the information can be abused, or used to one’s advantage before issuing a warning or ban.
Want to always have your IRC nick connected? Be able to log in to your IRC nickname and resume your session from any computer, or device, from any any where at any time.
We now offer BNC access for our users to connect to. This is a service that keeps an IRC nickname always connected to Snoonet and displays messages and chats you might have normally missed as soon as you log on. The service only allows you to have a bouncer (software: ZNC) connected to Snoonet, but will remain connected to Snoonet forever. If you do not log on the service for one full week, the bouncer will automatically be removed, and you’ll have to apply again.
- /requestbnc - Type this command in any window on IRC and wait for a MemoServ/e-mail to be sent. You must be registered with NickServ to obtain access.
Big fan of a certain subreddit? Want a subreddit vhost? All you need is ChanServ access to the subreddit’s channel! User vhosts mask your address as *@subreddit/username
- /vhost #subredditchannel - Only subreddits with 45 users or more in the channel will be accepted. This is to deter creating a subreddit or channel and having any mask desired.
New Powerful IRC Modes
Our IRC sofrware now allows powerful channel modes to be set to control user population, spam attacks, or simply making your IRC chat easier to read and manage. Check out the channel mode list here! We’ve provided some documentation, but if you need more assistance feel free to ask us in #help on Snoonet.
Client Modes to make IRC easier
Again, our IRC software now allows for powerful usermodes to be set (/umode +modeshere) with features that can help the busiest of moderators and those wanting more privacy. Check out the user modes here! If you need any help, feel free to ask us in #help on Snoonet
On Apr. 28, 2014 Snoonet will be turning 2 years old! Many of the top 50 subreddit’s well respected mods have made a name for themselves as staff on the network. Alongside a few reddit admins that operate behind the scenes, we’d like to thank the subreddits and the users of Snoonet for calling our IRC network their chat home.
What makes us unique? We are the first and only IRC network welcoming community oriented chats for reddit.com - We were created by rdv and Paradox who at the time was a reddit.com admin looking to give more to the community. We have an API backend to allow subreddits to easily configure and set up a chat on the network for their subreddits, bringing live chat straight from the threads.
For our second birthday we’d like to give back! Visit us in /r/Snoonet and post a thread with idea(s) we can offer to the users!
As of today, our top 10 consistent IRC communities are:
#reddit (Owners: Paradox, rdv)
#Games (Owners: Deimorz, Pharnaces)
#news (Owner: douglasmacarthur)
#f1 (Owners: Kreius, Vilkku, opiates)
#sex (Owner: Elderthedog)
#subredditdrama (Owner: MillenniumFalc0n)
#TechSupport (Owner: Mikee)
#android (Owner: IAmAN00bie)
#bicycling (Owner: Wiggee)
#anxiety (Owner: aperson)
Wildcard Event Channel:
#redditsquaredcircle (Owner: LegaleseFalcon)
This post is a PSA about a NickServ module we’ve recently enabled that will allow you to be auto-joined to a list of channels you’ve set upon identifying. This should be especially useful to webchat users due to the lack of client-side auto-join. To add a channel to your autojoin list use
/msg nickserv ajoin add #channelname
To delete a channel from your autojoin list use
/msg nickserv ajoin del #channelname
To see the channels currently on your autojoin list you can use
/msg nickserv ajoin list
As a reminder, you can get information and help with syntax on any NickServ or ChanServ command by messaging the appropriate service “help command”. So to see the syntax for the ajoin command you would do
/msg nickserv help ajoin