25th annual QuakeCon! Celebrate the 25th annual QuakeCon with a global Super Stream, featuring 60 straight hours of nonstop live content from around the world. The schedule is packed with three days of celebrity influencer streams, live concerts, charity fundraising, ...Read the rest 0 comments
New partner: HostSailor
New partner and server from HostSailor The amazing people at HostSailor.com have joined QuakeNet as partners and sponsored a new server hosted in Bucharest, Romania. You can access the server using the hostname hostsailor.ro.quakenet.org and the server will be part ...Read the rest 0 comments
New Q features
Several new features have been added to Q in recent days:
- The REQUESTOWNER command.
- The RECOVER command.
- Statistics at the end of the CHANLEV command.
The REQUESTOWNER command allows you to request ownership of a channel on which there are no owners. If there are channel masters present you must also be a master, otherwise you need only operator privileges on the channel. To request ownership, type: /msg Q REQUESTOWNER #channel.
The RECOVER command is similar to L's RECOVER command, in that it is used to reclaim your channel in the event of a takeover. Not only does it perform a DEOPALL, UNBANALL and CLEARCHAN, it also removes any permanent bans or +b CHANLEVs that may prevent you from entering. To recover your channel, simply type: /msg Q RECOVER #channel.
Finally, the CHANLEV command now gives a summary of the number of owners, masters, operator and so on, that have flags on a channel. For example: -Q- Total: 4 (owner: 1, master: 0, op: 3, voice: 0, ban: 0).