If the channel is part of a defined zone then this password will give the user access to the entire zone that the channel is at root of. As an example if you have a zone define for #alt.* then you can define a bot for the root channel and set the admin password for the channel. Then when identifying to the channel you can then get administrative access to all the channels in that zone. If the defined channel is not part of a zone then the password will give you access to the same functions that the password does.
/as chan #conferenceroom set adminpass MyPassword
For more information about zones please see the following file: Zones and Virtual Hosting
This command specifies which bot will manage the room. It must be set before any of the other settings will take effect since the bot manages the room and enforces the settings.
/as chan #conferenceroom set bot SupportBot
A single bot can manage several rooms. You might want to use multiple bots if you want to manage a very large number of rooms using server bots and to give different people access to several but not all of the rooms. Then you can group the rooms based on which people may have access to which and give out the bot's password to them. This would minimize the number of passwords people need to remember. Since anyone with the bot's password can be opped in all the rooms the bot manages, you'd want to be sure that the rooms it is in are all intended to give ops to the same people.
This command will set an URL that every java client will be sent to upon joining the room.
/as chan #conferenceroom set joinfurl http://www.webmaster.com
This allows you to make people join sites that relate to the room. It can be especially useful for help rooms, making the person link to further information on the topic of the room.
Set the initial modes for the room. The bot will then continue to enforce the last mode settings that the room was set to.
/as chan #conferenceroom set mode +nt
Room operators can change the room's modes and then the bot will enforce the new modes. This is primarily a way to have the room reform with the same modes if the server has to restart.
If enabled, then channel operators will be allowed to issue the "furl" command for the specified channel. Otherwise, they will not.
/as chan #conferenceroom set opfurl enable
This command should only be enabled on closed systems where you have control of the channel operators. This allows any channel operator to send an entire channel of users to a specified web site.
This command sets the password for the room as opposed to the password for the bot itself. See BOT SET PASSWORD to set the bot's password.
/as chan #conferenceroom set password s3cUr3pa55
Anyone who knows this password will be able to get opped in the room, but only in that specific room.
The 'set queue' command allows the queue to be enabled or disabled. A queue must be enabled for the channel to have a queue associated with it.
/as chan <room> set queue enable
Users are placed in a queue automatically when they join a channel with an automatic queue. If they join a channel with a manual queue, they are informed that they may join the queue if they wish.
This will cause the bot to remember the last topic and reset it if the server restarts.
/as chan #conferenceroom set topic For help with CR
This command will set a topic that will be saved accross restarts.