Re: Fwd: Re: relayb0t
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On Sun, 2016-09-18 at 01:57 +0530, Balasankar C wrote:
> One suggestion I have is to make relaybot pass messages ONLY when it is
> mentioned and not always. I know this makes difficult to know what is
> on the other side (unless the people speaking on the other side explicitly
> mentions relaybot), but still.
But then that won't be what it was intended initially, i.e. a bridge.
Also, if you are to talk about workarounds, every individual IRC user should be
able to use /ignore on relaybot ?
> Or, we can try make relaybot do personal messages instead of group messages -
> subscription model. i.everyone subscribed will get a copy of the message being
> passed. If replied, it will end up in the group (someone replying means he
> wants to join the conversation). This requires everyone maintain their IRC
> nicks without constant.
IMO what you guys have done is nice. You may want to fine tune it to be more
transparent. I think Vasudev did share some links. But whatever be the case,
when doing such work, which has a tendency to affect multiple users, it would be
much appropriate to first share the plan, get a consensus, and then deploy it.
Ritesh Raj Sarraf
RESEARCHUT - http://www.researchut.com
"Necessity is the mother of invention."
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