Would it be worth migrating the project to GitHub, along with a copy of the HTML, assets, etc; for the real-time.com CF wiki? Issues wouldn't be migrated, but a more modern VCS could be employed.
Also, has anyone tested how much bandwidth, disk space, etc; the latest stable release uses under a test load (i.e. a few users/players)? I don't mind chipping in for an AWS micro install as an alternative to someone having to dedicate a spare PC or VM as an in-house server. The biggest problem would likely be maps. Maybe we require users to download them in advance via apt/yum/tarball? Finally, who maintains the package currently available via `apt` on Ubuntu/Debian systems? The Ubuntu page notes that it is Kari Pahula . Is this person a CF dev? -Matthew 1. "Package: crossfire-client (1.71.0-1.1) [universe]", <https://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/crossfire-client> _______________________________________________ crossfire mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mailman.metalforge.org/mailman/listinfo/crossfire