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« on: August 24, 2017, 09:02:24 PM »
You would be correct - Supaz has been known to run his own shitty reseller sites. Dunno about the other dude.
and you are..???
« on: August 15, 2017, 10:05:29 PM »
Absolutely the worst designed website layout, 24.7 tech support my ass. When you reply to my ticket, learn how to speak English.
Where is your business registered - I want to post a BBB complaint.
« on: June 15, 2016, 01:57:25 AM »
Never worked with them to be honest, they're probably too good to be true.
Highly doubt that, I've been in the industry for years and in my experience with colo'ing and / or renting servers is I'd say pretty seasoned.
IMO the first thing you should look at is are the dedicated servers customization-enabled builds, can you add additional IPs without getting them leased ( at the 1.00 or below rate, ) and because it's in florida, I'd look and see how the Hurricanes might affect that particular area in the past few years and in the future. I lived in Jacksonville FL, and I can tell you when I ran my servers at a colo in Metro - downtown a hurricane busted all the windows and my servers were inaccessible even if I drove over there. & it stayed that way for a week or two, which could be costly to your projects, clients etc.
OH! Another piece of advice, CONTACT THEM!!!
They have a toll-free number, US / INT'L and a local address and of course good old fashioned e-mail and ticketing system. Just ask a few easy questions that are more than likely obvious and see there response. Was it professional, well mannered or was it quick and snappy.
& the pricing is great, especially for that small of a DC. BUT a few things throw me off, no bandwidth pricing? As well as the DC hardware ( the actual backend stuff, ) looks mega outdated, get with the times people!!! ( not you, but the DC. )
I'll edit my post later on with more thoughts. If I were to say the actual servers are good or not.. I'd say yes, they're nice builds.
I'll upload it but i don't have the DB ( also it's Jweb by theaj )
« on: March 09, 2016, 06:36:26 PM »
To bad it's not real hahaha, I have DeltaScape.net and the original bases and such.
« on: December 07, 2015, 01:38:02 PM »
« on: August 15, 2015, 02:32:07 AM »
well this is coming a long great, send me your To Do and i'll contrib a bit, My skype (if you want it) is LoganGar
« on: August 13, 2015, 04:08:55 AM »
I don't think moving to a client such as this is a good move. A lot of your market wants to feel as if theyre playing Runescape, not a similar knockoff.
No silly, you misread!!
He's using it for the background of his client and his website!
"ALSO!!, have to thank a friend from rune-server who is working on a unity3D version of the client, he happily provided us with a screenshot we plan to use on our website and the client loginscreen."
You'll need a TON more information that's VERY specific to enable the novice level programmers to even start to comprehend the systems you use. Other than that, Like I said in IRC Lemme know when I can start writing content scripts!! You're taking forever
« on: August 12, 2015, 03:56:00 AM »
The direction of this went from constructive, to flaming, to constructive, to constructive, to flaming.
This thread went from funny as hell to retarded to funny a little to retarded to now straight retarded.
(Before major posts = funny, after major posts = retarded)
No offense and for the record, I actively use Apollo. I have a completed server built with 75% plugins in Ruby. Nothing against it besides me having to rewrite and write the core of most of the systems over and over and over.
« on: August 07, 2015, 11:16:19 PM »
I cannot wait to see the finished product, looking through the repo.. Mind blowing.
Great job, I'll let you know if I find any problems in the code (But beware, I'm not a web dev.. )
Thanks for open sourcing it as well!
« on: April 19, 2015, 06:49:19 PM »
I've decided to discontinue this. If anyone wants it, I'll give it to you.. :/
I've honestly stuck my hand into to many projects, and this project isn't a show of my best work. I also want to continue some day but on a much better base.
Thanks for the support,
« on: April 18, 2015, 01:16:17 AM »
Thanks everyone for the continued support! I had no idea you'd like the ideas so much!
A ton of updates, I'll edit this post in a moment...
Current updates, (a LOT more than i'm going to list.. :p)
* Got a GFX artist to change some things (the background, the music sideicon will now be a "Construction building" icon. - Which is pretty much the construction skill icon enlarged and reshaped.)
* Repacked a few things into the cache, way to many to full pack. - for now at least.
* Made the client web client ready.
* Fixed up some warnings - only 700 to go! ...
* Fixed up some of the fishing trawler code,
* Got rid of a LOT of the Client.java un needed and won't be ever needed code.
* Fixed some networking issues, probably more. I will stress test in a few.
* Made awesome SMF forums credits to my friend Fabrice. - Awesome profiles, highscores, a portal, shoutbox, players online, etc.. All integrated with the server. Also a custom Wall of Fame, and things like that. High scores can be viewed through individuals profiles.
* Found a flaw in the logging system, fixed.
* Fixed paths to be able to run on my brand spanking new 6GB RAM VPS! ( Made it Linux Ready p much )
Still going, 2 redbulls later! Re-doing cooking in a moment.
WEB SITE IS ONLINE! PM me for it!
** I am looking for a secondary quest, content, etc developer. This won't be a paid position.. and you'll get a Server dev rank (forums.. Admin in-game) If you're interested contact me through Skype: LoganGar
That's all for right now, Going to finish some Pathfinding stuff then move on to re-doing cooking.
« on: April 17, 2015, 05:35:47 PM »
An anti-dupe system...? You mean packet validation?
Didn't mean "system" as in validation just yet, but more of just some simple checks, I'm planning on taking further steps to stop duping etc but.. for now as this is just a simple project i'm doing (and probably won't host) I'm not even worried about it.
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