Well, it seems that the new rule doesn't actually that
needed after all. Besides, Renegade is not sure if it will be right to implement such a rule, considering his previous experience with more strict rules on another site - and his arguments were more than convincing for me. The only person who is really irritating me at the moment is Fenrir_test
, and I demand that someone will take care of him in one way or another, as he had already "spammed" Winny Club with 750+ useless posts within a few months.
On another note, what do you think about an IRC channel for jCafe? With all current developments in copyrights related area it sounds like a good way to discuss/operate stuff (primarily to discuss) there. It will be also useful in case of the site's maintenance or downtime due to attacks/other problems, so it will be possible to inform people about the matter, etc.
I've registered 2 channels for now: [email protected]
and [email protected]
- right now #jcafe24 is considered as "official channel", but it easily can be changed in any moment. I think it's possible to integrate IRCHighway's webchat
service into the site for those who don't like standalone software or unfamiliar with the IRC itself.
Any questions and suggestions are welcomed.
Update: If jCafe mods wants to be an operator on the channel (or admin in case of silverado), PM me a random word here and the same word there - it's for correct person identification. And your nick should be registered on the network first (with the help of the nickserv service).