Forum:Problems with IRC (It sucks!)

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Now what the bloody hell is happening?! I try to log in IRC, and this is what I get everytime I type something;

Cannot send to channel: #unops

Just WTF is this shit?!

Then I tried to register, everything was going well, I got that 'YAY thanks for wasting your time into this shit'-thing, I was like, YES!, I typed YES!, and guess what the fucking IRC-thing answered?

Cannot send to channel: #unops


So, I closed the IRC-page, and then tried again. I type WTF?, and:

Cannot send to channel: #unops

ARGH! I put the registering code again in the page, just to see what happens. And this happened:

Please log in before attempting to verify your registration.

Where the hell I log in? Why is IRC doing this shit? Why am I starting to think that I should cut my flesh with a knife again? Someone help me, this is really annoying! Cat the Colourful (Feed me!) Zzz Sleeping Cat 05:03, 8 October, 2012 (UTC)

Never saw it. and yes, Freenode is sometimes very buggy. Anyway, the register code is;
/msg nickserv register [password] []

then a verify email should appear.

the code to identify yourself is;

/msg nickserv identify [password]

--fcukmanLOOS3R! Desu desu 05:35, October 8, 2012 (UTC)

Sorry about that. We had a spammbot spree a few hours ago and set all unregistered nicks to redirect to #unops. I've removed it now, you should be able to get to the main channel. -RAHB 05:49, October 8, 2012 (UTC)

For future reference, #unops is #uncyclopedia's overflow channel. When you get sent there it means something bad is happening in #uncyclopedia. Send a private message to an admin who is online and they will use /invite to get you into the proper channel. -- Brigadier General Sir Zombiebaron 19:51, October 9, 2012 (UTC)
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