AOP


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

AOP

AOP

(Automatic OPerator) An IRC channel host who moderates the topics, keeps online users in check and provides help for newbies unfamiliar with IRC software (mIRC, etc.). Whenever AOPs come into the channel, they inherit operator status. Operators (OPs) are similar to AOPs, but do not automatically become operators every time. Channel operators earn their status by being involved in the channel. See SOP and IRC.
References in periodicals archive ?
This award will be selected by the AOP chief executive, Henrietta Alderman, and chairman of the AOP, Kevin Thompson.
Dr Ian Beasley joined OT as clinical editor in September 2013 and has recently been appointed head of education at the AOP.
Culminating in a special black tie gala dinner and ceremony, this year's AOP Awards will be held at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole on November 5.
THE AOP has partnered with The Careers Group, University of London, to deliver a one-day workshop on management and leadership essentials, with eight CET points applied for.
He became President in 1985 and has since grown the company from $50 million to anticipated revenues of $130 million for fiscal 1994, maintaining A-Copy's leadership position within AOP.
AOP legal director, Gerda Goldinger, will be there on the Sunday, from 10am-3pm, to speak to AOP members about legal queries.
More code reuse: Because AOP implements each aspect as a separate module, each individual module is more loosely coupled.
The AOP also publishes Business Planning For Online Services ($54.
The AOP Awards are designed to recognize, showcase and reward those businesses that have made a difference to our industry," said Tim Faircliff, AOP Chairman and General Manager, Consumer Media, Thomson Reuters.
THE VOTING for the AOP Council is now open, with the list of nominees for elected seats available online within six of the 12 regions.
AOP is devoted to supporting our veterans and is honored to launch a program that gives something back to these heroes, said Cheryl Milone, CEO and founder of AOP.