Server migrated to new host. Backend re-implemented.
New server has less hardware but should be cheaper going forward.
Xenforo upgraded from 2.0 to 2.1
Implements security fixes and some style changes.
We're still behind on security updates but that requires renewing our license...
Migration to the new host completed today. There were major changes made to the backend. Lots of things are the same but re-implemented in different ways. What does this mean for you the end user? Hopefully nothing! However, more likely than not there's going to be glitches and hitches here or...
Capitalism 3.0: RECON's Big Fat (Stimulus) Package Update!
Players will earn $10 for every 20 minutes they're online.
Shops now cost $10 to create, instead of $100.
Towns will now only get 16 chunks per citizen instead of 32.
Towns can claim chunks for free.
Cost to claim bonus chunks...
Capitalism 2.0: Capitalism is Better Together Update!
Creation costs set:
Starting a town costs $1000
Claiming a chunk costs $25.
This increases 10% for every claim.
Creating an outpost (Non-contiguous chunk claim) costs $250.
Starting a nation costs $10000
Server spawn protection reduced to 0 (As per TC's request)
New plugin immigrated.
Plugin documentation written (in Spanish).
Server migrated to new Executable to improve performance.
Moved from Spigot to Paper.
JVM max RAM increased from 4GB to 5GB.
Laid framework for permissions...
Whoa, gonna have to stop you right there sir. This is a "Show Your Desktop" thread, not a "Show Your Desktop" thread. I'm gonna have to delete your post and give you a warning to post content in the appropriate thread.
Them's the rules bud.
The leather let out a dull squeak as RECONmaster leaned back in his chair. From the unlit balcony it was hard to tell but the hall below seemed scarcely occupied. On stage Jeroth was still waiting for someone to ask him a question. RECONmaster folded his arms behind his head and crossed his leg...
Might pick up a PS4 on Black Friday just to play some of the console games I've been missing.
One of these days I'm going to put in the work to get my local server setup properly and worse comes to worse, the site will live off that.
Well, the plan I had in mind was something along the lines of one day migrating the server from the VPS it's currently on and hosted with to a box I have locally. Pretty much a server in my network closet sort of thing. The website would become less reliable and would suffer downtime every now...
The forum only sticks around because of other websites I host for some other people. If this were the only site on this box, this shit would've been gone a long time ago. Even considering the other sites, I don't know how much longer it'll stay anyways.