Welcome to HybridIRC's channel registration page. All users are welcome to register a channel of their choice. Registering a channel is completely FREE, but if no one is opped within 365 days your channel will expire and drop. When this happens all access lists are wiped, and it is free for anyone to register. Should the founder nick drop it will go to the successor added to the channel. If there are no successors then the channel will drop.
To register a channel, follow these steps:
Register your nickname:
If you’re not identified to NickServ as a registered nick, then you can’t register a channel. Instructions for registering a nickname can be found here: Nickname Registration
Check your channel is available to register:
To check whether a channel has already been registered, use the command. /msg ChanServ info <#channel> If the channel is already registered, that will give you some info about it. If it’s not, you’ll get a message like this: -ChanServ- Channel #atheme is not registered.
Create your channel:
To create a channel on IRC, you just join it. If you’re the first person to join that channel then you create it (if you’re not then you’ll join the other people in there, and you won’t be able to register it unless someone gives you op status). /join <#channel>
Register your channel:
Be on your registered nickname, if you are not, use the /nick command to switch to it. Issue the command: /msg ChanServ register <#channel>
Add services bot to your channel
Adding a services bot allows you to use the some fantasy commands available for BotServ in order to maintain your channel in a more simplistic fashion.
To add a bot to your channel, you will first need to select a bot name from the list of available bots. This list can be seen by typing /msg BotServ botlist in the text area within your client.
Once you enter this command, you should receive a list of bot names. This list will have not only the names of the bots, but their idents and virtual hosts as well.
After you have selected a name from the list, assigning the bot is as simple as entering the following command: /msg BotServ ASSIGN <#channel> <botnick>
Be sure to replace "#channel" with the channel you wish to assign the bot to (it must be a channel that you own) and "bot" with the name you selected from the list.
If you are interested in getting a custom bot name, please join the #help channel by typing /join #help and ask to speak with a server operator about acquiring one.
ChatGPT is a IRC channel bot which sends your data to the ChatGPT OpenAI endpoints for a response.
The bot lets you access ChatGPT easily on IRC. It is designed to provide inspiration and assist you in solving a multitude of problems across a range of different areas.