IRC:Lafiel

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What is it?

Lafiel is an event bot that prints useful information about the current AniDB activity.

Where to find it?

Lafiel unlike Chii[AR] can only be found in #anidb-log. Hang around in this channel if you are extremely bored or just want to monitor the situation.

How to use it?

Lafiel has no useful commands for normal users. She should only be watched passively.

Filtering

Looking at the full log output can be sometimes tiring, so a good idea would be to filter it. A great tool for this is your IRC client. Here is an example for Irssi:

To use this example, edit out from the regexp the events you want to see, delete all line breaks to make the example a single long line, and paste it into your irssi client.

/ignore -regexp -pattern "(

ANIME\ ADDED|ANIME\ EDITED|ANIME\ DELETED|
ANIME\ CATEGORY\ ADDED|ANIME\ CATEGORY\ DELETED|
ANIME\ GENRE\ ADDED|
ANIMEGROUP\ COMMENT\ ADDED|ANIMEGROUP\ COMMENT\ DELETED|ANIMEGROUP\ COMMENT\ EDITED|
ANIMEGROUP\ MARKED\ DROPPED|ANIMEGROUP MARKED ONGOING|
ANIME\ PRODUCER\ ADDED|ANIME\ PRODUCER\ DELETED|ANIME\ PRODUCER\ EDITED|
ANIME\ RELATION\ ADDED|ANIME\ RELATION\ DELETED|ANIME\ RELATION\ EDITED|
ANIME\ TITLE\ ADDED|ANIME\ TITLE\ DELETED|ANIME\ TITLE\ EDITED|
AUDIO\ ADDED|AUDIO\ DELETED|AUDIO\ EDITED|
CREQ\ GRANT|
EP\ ADDED|EP\ DELETED|EP\ EDITED|
FILE\ ADDED|FILE\ DELETED|FILE\ EDITED|
FILE\ EP\ REL\ ADDED|FILE\ EP\ REL\ DELETED|FILE\ EP\ REL\ EDITED|
FILE\ RELATION\ ADDED|FILE\ RELATION\ DELETED|
GROUP\ ADDED|GROUP\ DELETED|GROUP\ EDITED|
NEWS\ ADDED|
PRODUCER\ ADDED|PRODUCER\ DELETED|PRODUCER\ EDITED|
REVIEW\ ADDED|REVIEW\ DELETED|REVIEW\ EDITED|
VIDEO\ ADDED|VIDEO\ DELETED|VIDEO\ EDITED|
SUBTITLES\ ADDED|SUBTITLES\ DELETED|SUBTITLES\ EDITED|
USER\ SIGNUP

)" Lafiel[AR]!*@anidb.info PUBLIC

For other clients that support ignoring by regular expressions, you can use the appropriate command syntax and use all that is between "-characters as the regular expression. If your IRC client does not support regular expressions (mIRC (does it?) comes into mind) you will have to find another way.

Commands

!status
!version