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CoDferences are occasional meetings of Call of Duty Wiki editors to discuss various agenda items. Everyone can participate in these gatherings. It can be considered an extension of War Room matters, but is by no means a replacement. CoDference discussions will always be made public after the organized meeting for those unable to attend.
Registered users may suggest agenda items on the talk page. An admin may add a suggestion to the agenda if deemed fit for discussion.
How to join
CoDferences are held over the freenode IRC network, in the Call of Duty Wiki's official channel for the meeting (#codference). We suggest using an IRC client such as ChatZilla for Firefox or XChat to connect to the channel, but you may use a web-based one (see the IRC gate at the bottom of this page) as well.
Please note, however, that you must have a minimum of 50 main namespace edits to speak, or else you will be quieted (+q) upon joining. You are welcome to join the channel during scheduled meetings, but you will be unable to send messages unless you meet this requirement. If you are uncertain of how many main namespace edits you have, you can check on this page.
Additionally please use your Wikia username as your IRC nickname. We want people to be easily identifiable.
The channel will be locked until the CoDference itself, due to it not being needed until the CoDference. When the channel is opened for a CoDference (typically 15 minutes prior to the meeting), please arrive in a timely manner. We will only wait 5 minutes for late arrivals before starting the CoDference, so joining the channel as soon is possible is preferable.
No CoDference is currently scheduled.
Sactage has made a bot for use during CoDFerences to make the voting process smoother, in addition to performing other functions such as logging and auto-quieting users without 50 mainspace edits.
!vote <parameter>-- Used to to start or end the voting process. <parameter> can be
confirm. It is for administrator use only, and cannot be used by anyone without channel operator status.
!vote startare used to request that voting be started. Once an administrator has used one of the aforementioned commands, three other administrators must confirm it.
!vote offare used to request the current vote be closed. Once an administrator has used one of the aforementioned commands, three other administrators must confirm it.
!vote confirmis used to agree with the start/termination of a vote.
!support <reason>-- Used to support the current vote. <reason> is optional, and is not parsed by the bot.
!oppose <reason>-- Used to oppose the current vote. <reason> is optional, and is not parsed by the bot.
!retract <reason>-- Used to retract ones vote, so that they may change sides. <reason> is optional, and is not parsed by the bot.
!tally-- Used to see a current tally of the votes.
N.B. - There is no command to vote neutrally. Because neutral votes are not counted in the vote percentage in War Room, and subsequently during CoDFerences, there is no reason to make a command for them. If you wish to remain neutral in a vote, simply refrain from using