Alamak Chat policy advocates free speech as long as
it does not infringe on the rights of the majority of
other chatters. Harrassment etc is not tolerated, please
see our Chat Rules for full description.
If you violate the rules you may be kicked or banned from
the chat. We try to make these kicks and bans as specific
as possible but with the use of open proxies etc it is
very difficult to keep a determined abuser out of the
chat. We are aware that some bans affect innocent users
and apologize for any inconvenience.
Bans are automatically cleared every 2 hours or less
if the Operator who placed the ban removes it.
If you have a complaint about an Operator who is abusive you
can report it to the committee. To find committee online you
can type /whois ##.
To submit a report you need to get the Operators real nick and ID.
Its best if you get another operator to do an /id and /abuse and
then use the /com command to report it to the committee.
If you feel one of the committee is unfair you can contact one
of our office staff online or send a contactus complaint, see
our Contact Us page. Over time complaints could lead to
action against the Operator to curb abuse.
Unfortunately regular users do not have access to the /com
and /abuse commands to provide proof of abuse. See about
signing up for Ops if you want to help make Alamak a better
- Mail Application Signup
- Credit Card Signup
In addition to /abuse logs the server keeps a record of all kicks and
bans on the server and who did them and what time etc. If an Op goes
on a banning spree it will be evident in these logs. The /abuse logs
can only be seen by the Committee but ban logs are public.
- Main Server #1 BanLogs
- International #2 BanLogs
- Malaysia #MY BanLogs
- Turkey #TR BanLogs
- Singapore #SG BanLogs
Alamak has two directories for banlogs with filenames indicating which
server log you are reading followed by the date as year.month.day.log#
Ban logs look like the following:
Nick / IP address / Room / Time / Action / Who / Reason
Note that the time is important, it is the number of seconds since login
when the actions takes place, Ops that have excessive numbers of low times
would be suspended for abuse (they login kick or ban and then quit).