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You have reached the ChatNet Channel Service committee web site. CService is the group of people responsible for the channel and nickname services on the ChatNet IRC Network. For immediate help please join our help channel #Chatnet.
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To register or re-register a channel with K9, click on the 'reguest K9' link. If you have questions about K9 and DogTag check the tutorials and FAQ pages. For additional help join #doghouse on ChatNet or visit the ChatNet forums

What is CService?
Channel Services, also known as CService, is the organization responsible for helping users learn and take advantage of the features of K9, the official ChatNet channel bot and DogTag, the official ChatNet version of nickserv.
All CService members are trained volunteers who have a strong working knowledge of K9/DogTag commands and ChatNet policies and procedures.
They also handle the channel registration system and provide help in all registered channels on ChatNet.
CService memebers can usually be found in #Doghouse, the official CService assistance channel.
The memebers of Channel Services are here to help make IRC a pleasurable experience for our users.

A CService member is not the same as an IRCop (or oper). IRCop's maintain the servers for their administrators. 
For instance, they make sure the servers are routed correctly and help with questions not related to K9 or channel registration issues.

A CService member's job is to maintain K9, help users with K9 and DogTag related problems and questions, and to coordinate and regulate the channel registration process. 
A CService member may or may not also be an IRCop. There are restrictions on when a member can also be an IRCop.
  Channel & nickname expirations read more
K9 and DogTag drop nicknames and channels that
are not identified for at
lleast once every 90 days...
 
   
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