xeon at xshellr8.com
Thu Feb 10 23:21:31 EST 2005
Rachel, excuse my ignorance, but why would you want to cycle and
recreate a room every five minutes?
> Rachel Llorenna wrote:
>> If I recall correctly, ircd-hybrid uses the channel creation date to
>> display channels in LIST output, but most IRC clients rearrange it to
>> the creator's liking. mIRC, for example, sorts by the number of users,
>> while other clients do not do any sorting. You can *send* the channel
>> list entry first, but that doesn't mean that it will be on the top due
>> to client-side sorting. Your best bet is to perhaps falsify the user
>> count so that it's much larger (impossibly so) than all the other
>> channels. There really isn't any easy way to ensure that it always
>> comes out on the top of channel listings.
>> On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 19:37:18 -0600, junk <junk at boxchat.net> wrote:
>>> How does the /list function figure the order it is going to display the
>>> Is there a way I can have one channel stay at the top of the /list on
>>> all of our servers?
> I thought that's how it worked, but I have 4 servers running all the
> same versions of ircd-hybrid(7.0.3). Using the same client (xchat) I
> can connect to each server and get the channel I would like on top on
> only two of the servers. The other two servers show the same but
> different channel on top.
> BTW, The channel I want on top is /cycled every five minutes to
> recreate it.
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