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 Throughout the different setups, I will speak of org-bots, and raid-bots. To make it easier, all bot-names are enclosed in <>, so please make sure you remove them when pasting/replacing with your own bots' names. Throughout the different setups, I will speak of org-bots, and raid-bots. To make it easier, all bot-names are enclosed in <>, so please make sure you remove them when pasting/replacing with your own bots' names.
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 ====2.1 Using tells==== ====2.1 Using tells====
  
 ^ PROS:  | easy setup, no relay-bot needed| ^ PROS:  | easy setup, no relay-bot needed|
-^ CONS: | Only works with 2 bots, possibly illegal, tells might be dropped by the server if coming in to fast|+^ CONS: | Only works with 2 bots, possibly illegal, tells might be dropped by the server if coming in to fast((Meaning that if you send several tells in rapid succession, you will see tells being slowed down by the chatserver. After x tells in x seconds, the chatserver starts simply dropping tells. In any org with say more than 5 events every 10 seconds this means you will have loss of information occuring.))|
  
 Using tells as relay is discouraged nowadays (and you even run the risk of having your bots banned by funcom without warning), but I will describe it shortly nonetheless. **Use at your own risk!** Using tells as relay is discouraged nowadays (and you even run the risk of having your bots banned by funcom without warning), but I will describe it shortly nonetheless. **Use at your own risk!**
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 Of yourse you have to do the **exact same settings** on all bots you want to link via IRC. The main reason you might want to consider IRC ist that you can link bots from RK1, RK2 and RK3 together with bots even from AoC and WoW, it doesn't really matter. But keep in mind that IRC does not guarantee that things you send to it are relayed in the same order. You might actually read the answer to a question before someone asks it. Of yourse you have to do the **exact same settings** on all bots you want to link via IRC. The main reason you might want to consider IRC ist that you can link bots from RK1, RK2 and RK3 together with bots even from AoC and WoW, it doesn't really matter. But keep in mind that IRC does not guarantee that things you send to it are relayed in the same order. You might actually read the answer to a question before someone asks it.
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   /tell org1bot !addgroup relaybots All bots from which we want to receive messages   /tell org1bot !addgroup relaybots All bots from which we want to receive messages
-  /tell org1bot !admin group add relaybots 
  
 This will create the new security group "relaybots" with access level ANONYMOUS. We need to promote our new group to access level MEMBER. Sadly, the command for this depends on the internal number of the newly created security group, so here's what you need to do: This will create the new security group "relaybots" with access level ANONYMOUS. We need to promote our new group to access level MEMBER. Sadly, the command for this depends on the internal number of the newly created security group, so here's what you need to do:
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 ==2.3.4.2 At least one bot not using the same DB== ==2.3.4.2 At least one bot not using the same DB==
-Most of the time, you are linking together different organisations, each already having a fully configured botTrusting you or not, they will most likely not let you move their database to your serverStilleveryone wants to see who is online in the network. The solution is to install an additional bot per organisation (or, in case of raidbotsan additional bot per raidbot), let these additional bot(s) use the same database and change their prefix to something other than "!" (like ".or "^")These additional bots **must not use your relay-bot** and be setup the same way as described in 2.3.4.1. If you already have control over one or more org-bots, you don't need to add an additional bot to these orgs, just make sure they share the same database.\\ Also, ensure that both org-bots are configured in conf/Conf.php ($other_bots["botX"] = true), so joining and parting of your bots isn't announced. Also they are hidden on the online-list then. +Starting from 0.6.3the online-list of linked bots are automatically syncronizedbut all bots have to run at least 0.6.3 or higher for this to workWhen you meet these requirements, proceed to set OtherBots as described in 2.3.4.1.
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-The bots whose sole purpose is to provide the online-listing should hence only provide the !online-command (well... actually ".online" or "^online" or something like that). You don't want to compete against the features of the "real" org-bot, do you? +
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