MissleWar in a 3rd Version!

Place for people to discuss public servers, and also for admins to lay out the details of their servers
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Post by ducatiwannabe » Fri Mar 16, 2007 2:44 pm

Correct, I am still planning to reset the flags even if I get cussed out. Admins have to make it fair and fun for everybody. :)

(btw, imho = in my humble opinion)

I'll ask a friend about a plugin. Don't worry, I'm working on it peeps. In the mean while have fun playing. :)

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Post by daddygeek » Tue Mar 27, 2007 1:46 am

I like it just the way it is. :)

makes it a challenge to do any thing. :)

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Post by RatOmeter » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:49 pm

So, what's up with the in.league server, hardware problems?

The problems associated with too few admins/cops is a whole lot worse on the server at nullbzflag.gotdns.com

If there are long-term problems, I would be willing to host the map on a university network in the USA. Ping times would be excellent in the US, probably not too bad to most of Europe and the hardware stable.

To *whoever* hosts the map, I'd like to see the following plugins utilized:

antiLagkickRejoin - the popularity of this map seems to attract many, many newbs who simply rejoin immediately after a lagkick, even if an admin has given them several warnings. I'm tired of having to hand out so many short bans for this behavior ;)

autoVeto - would be nice. There've been at least a dozen times that I'm on and someone starts a poll to kick/ban someone or reset flags. Maybe they didn't notice that an admin was on, but still... it's irritating.

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Post by Buzzthebuzzsaw » Tue Apr 03, 2007 8:48 pm

Is there something going on with Missile War?
I haven't seen it on the server list for the last few days?

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Post by Grace F » Tue Apr 03, 2007 9:12 pm

Yes, it was taken down because I think it was taking too much memory or something. So TangenT is sorting out somethings with a hoster and it should be back up in a couple of days.
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Post by meeba » Tue Apr 03, 2007 10:34 pm

Yeah, I should have it up again soon. My host is hard to talk to, he's in Aus and I'm in US.

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Post by macsforme » Wed Apr 04, 2007 12:34 am

RatOmeter wrote:To *whoever* hosts the map, I'd like to see the following plugins utilized:

antiLagkickRejoin - the popularity of this map seems to attract many, many newbs who simply rejoin immediately after a lagkick, even if an admin has given them several warnings. I'm tired of having to hand out so many short bans for this behavior ;)
Agreed. This plugin is a nice way to enforce lag limits without making someone feel that they have to be "the bad guy." :-)

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