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In order to receive a cloak, you must have completed the following steps:
 
In order to receive a cloak, you must have completed the following steps:
  
* You need to have registered your nick with Nick<code></code>Serv.
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* You need to have registered your nick with <code>NickServ</code>.
* You need to have set an email address with Nick<code></code>Serv.
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* You need to have set an email address with <code>NickServ</code>.
* You need to have created an alternate nick and linked it to your primary nick with Nick<code></code>Serv.
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* You need to have created an alternate nick and linked it to your primary nick with <code>NickServ</code>.
 
* You must be in the [[Infrastructure/AccountSystem|  Fedora Account System]]  and should have completed the [[Legal:Fedora Project Contributor Agreement| FPCA]] before you are eligible for a cloak.
 
* You must be in the [[Infrastructure/AccountSystem|  Fedora Account System]]  and should have completed the [[Legal:Fedora Project Contributor Agreement| FPCA]] before you are eligible for a cloak.
 
* The nick you list here does not need to be your primary nick, but must be linked to your primary nick.
 
* The nick you list here does not need to be your primary nick, but must be linked to your primary nick.
  
{{Admon/tip | If you need instructions for using Nick<code></code>Serv, try "<code>/msg NickServ HELP</code>" from the chatline of your IRC client after you have connected to freenode.}}
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{{Admon/tip | If you need instructions for using <code>NickServ</code>, try "<code>/msg NickServ HELP</code>" from the chatline of your IRC client after you have connected to freenode.}}
  
 
If you have not done these things, freenode will not allow us to create your cloak.
 
If you have not done these things, freenode will not allow us to create your cloak.
If you don't know how to do these things, follow the instructions here: http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#nicksetup
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If you don't know how to do these things, follow the instructions here: https://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration
  
 
Your cloak will be: <code>*@fedora/yourIRCnick</code>  
 
Your cloak will be: <code>*@fedora/yourIRCnick</code>  
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Note that freenode does not support the use of underscores "_" in cloaks. Other non-alphanumeric characters may also not be supported and will be omitted from the cloak. If you have a preference of how you want your cloak to look, please put it in the comment field.
 
Note that freenode does not support the use of underscores "_" in cloaks. Other non-alphanumeric characters may also not be supported and will be omitted from the cloak. If you have a preference of how you want your cloak to look, please put it in the comment field.
  
{{Admon/caution | Please do not delete example line.}}
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After adding your entry, please be patient until the next round of cloak creations.  This is a manual process.
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{{Admon/caution | Please do not delete example line. Please do not replace the table description line with your cloak request. Please do not eat silica gel.}}
  
After adding your entry, please be patient until the next round of cloak creations.  This is a manual process.
 
  
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|- style="color: white; background-color: #3074c2; font-weight: bold"  
 
|- style="color: white; background-color: #3074c2; font-weight: bold"  
 
| '''Real Name''' || '''Email''' || '''IRC Nick''' || '''Account System Name''' || '''Comment'''
 
| '''Real Name''' || '''Email''' || '''IRC Nick''' || '''Account System Name''' || '''Comment'''
 
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| JohnDoe || nobody@fedoraproject.org || nick || example || comment
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| John Doe || nobody@fedoraproject.org || nick || example || comment (if necessary)
 
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| Chuck || chuck@fedoraproject.org || chuckf || chuck || please use @fedora/chuck for cloak
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| Jeffrey Serio || serio.jeffrey@gmail.com || jserio42 || hyperreal || no comment
 
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| Ralph Bean || ralph.bean@gmail.com || threebean || ralph || please use @fedora/ralph for cloak
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| Joerg Stephan || johe@fedoraproject.org || jstephan || johe || no comment
 
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| Aurelien Bompard || aurelien@bompard.org || abompard || abompard ||
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| Brendan Early || mymindstorm1@gmail.com || mymindstorm || mymindstorm || no comment
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| Rashadul Islam|| rashadul@fedoraproject.org|| rislam || rashadul || please use @fedora/rashadul for cloak
 
 
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And please staff for accounts with the character "|" you should look at the source because the formatted page does not show "|" Thank you!
  
And please staff for accounts with the character "|" you should look at the source because the formatted page does not show "|" Thank you!
 
  
 
== Red Hat Cloaks ==
 
== Red Hat Cloaks ==
  
If you're on the Red Hat payroll, you can get a *@redhat/yournick cloak. Email spot@redhat.com (from your redhat.com email account) to get one. Remember:
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If you're on the Red Hat payroll, you can get a *@redhat/yournick cloak. Email dlloyd@redhat.com (from your redhat.com email account) to get one. Remember:
* You need to have registered your nick with Nick<code></code>Serv.
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* You need to have registered your nick with <code>NickServ</code>.
* You need to have set an email address with Nick<code></code>Serv.
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* You need to have set an email address with <code>NickServ</code>.
* You need to have created an alternate nick and linked it to your primary nick with NickServ.
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* You need to have created an alternate nick and linked it to your primary nick with <code>NickServ</code>.
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Latest revision as of 18:37, 13 February 2020

Freenode Cloaks

This is the list of contributors who have requested Fedora IRC cloaks for the freenode network.

In order to receive a cloak, you must have completed the following steps:

  • You need to have registered your nick with NickServ.
  • You need to have set an email address with NickServ.
  • You need to have created an alternate nick and linked it to your primary nick with NickServ.
  • You must be in the Fedora Account System and should have completed the FPCA before you are eligible for a cloak.
  • The nick you list here does not need to be your primary nick, but must be linked to your primary nick.
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If you need instructions for using NickServ, try "/msg NickServ HELP" from the chatline of your IRC client after you have connected to freenode.

If you have not done these things, freenode will not allow us to create your cloak. If you don't know how to do these things, follow the instructions here: https://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration

Your cloak will be: *@fedora/yourIRCnick If you want something different from that (e.g. @fedora/FASUSERNAME), please specify it in the comments field.

Note that freenode does not support the use of underscores "_" in cloaks. Other non-alphanumeric characters may also not be supported and will be omitted from the cloak. If you have a preference of how you want your cloak to look, please put it in the comment field.

After adding your entry, please be patient until the next round of cloak creations. This is a manual process.

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Please do not delete example line. Please do not replace the table description line with your cloak request. Please do not eat silica gel.


Real Name Email IRC Nick Account System Name Comment
John Doe nobody@fedoraproject.org nick example comment (if necessary)
Jeffrey Serio serio.jeffrey@gmail.com jserio42 hyperreal no comment
Joerg Stephan johe@fedoraproject.org jstephan johe no comment
Brendan Early mymindstorm1@gmail.com mymindstorm mymindstorm no comment

And please staff for accounts with the character "|" you should look at the source because the formatted page does not show "|" Thank you!


Red Hat Cloaks

If you're on the Red Hat payroll, you can get a *@redhat/yournick cloak. Email dlloyd@redhat.com (from your redhat.com email account) to get one. Remember:

  • You need to have registered your nick with NickServ.
  • You need to have set an email address with NickServ.
  • You need to have created an alternate nick and linked it to your primary nick with NickServ.