I make stats and stuff, host some servers and run things.
This is the first time I have bothered to use this, maybe I'll start using it for frequently. Who knows?
After a long stint (3 months) of attempting to host other games I have decided to turn my back on them and return to my "roots", if you like.
I am going to be working on APB again, working closely with reborn to improve server stability and performance. As well as fixing several bugs and finishing some of the work I previously abandoned.
This includes the APB league system which is very ambitious and involves many complex variables and thousands of lines of code. It was left in a half finished state and will still take months to complete as it's such a large project and will require a lot of testing and balancing.
Another feature around the corner is TCP "logging", this is a joint project between myself and reborn. He is doing the scripts.dll side of things and replacing the text based logging with a TCP connection to APBBR. Which is where I come in and replace the IO part with TCP, the initial tests have been very sucessful so expect to see this soon.
Expect more cool stuff soon, I wonder if anyone will actually read this! Ha!
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