It was a PET on IRC commands, I ahve been using IRC kinda regualrly for a month or but I have no ideas on most stuff, there was a PET here when the site first started in the section 'plain english tutorials' , which has since been moved to it own section (quite rightfully) but I could use this PET.
I need to know about 'operator' - someone gave me operator status and i had no idea of what to do with it.
hmm operator status means that you are a privileged user of a channel .. it allows you to kick other opers , voices and non opers, you can also enforce bans and remove them .. it also enables you to make other voices and non ops to ops ..
.. oping and deoping someone
/kick <nick> or hostname
/ban <nick> or hostname
If you have the OP status assigned by chanserv once you join, then If you like to fool others, you could allways be loged in with another nick than your registered one. a /msg nickserv identify <usual nic> <your pass>
will register you, chanserv wont see its you when you join, then once the kiddies gets too hot blooded in the chan(now that theres no "chanOPS", you just /msg chanserv op #channel <your current nick> and either do a /kick or a /ban on them.. Or simply msg the request to chanserv, and they won't know what hit them..