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#5378 New Members & Forum switch

Posted BoeMan on 18 June 2011 - 04:59 PM

Hey guys!


It's been a long time since I've posted something in the announcement section. These past months some changes have taken place in and around 1fx., and in the upcoming months more changes will follow. I will try to summarize the largest ones here.

First of all I want to congratulate those new members who haven't been noted in any announcement yet (so all of those who joined after January), so we like to welcome Usdrama, MiniS, leo, Bean, Dundy and Shoke into 1fx.! May the stay in our team be as pleasant as we'd like it to be.

Secondly, our Mod has been progressing a lot lately and we're growing towards the public release of 1fx. Mod 0.60. Right now all we're going to say is that it will be around September this year. If you like to keep a close eye on this, we recommend you to check our Roadmap often: http://1fx.uk.to/forums/roadmap

The third change is going to be a somewhat major change towards everything. In the coming months (again, no fixed date) we will switch the forum software from IPB to FluxBB. With this change we will convert all members, posts and topics so that you can login to the new board without any problems. Expect more news articles about this and if you want to check how FluxBB works, check their own forums: http://fluxbb.org/forums/index.php


Happy gaming!

The 1fx. Team.


#18426 1fx. Mod 0.71 released!

Posted BoeMan on 27 October 2013 - 11:15 PM

Not so long ago we released 1fx. Mod 0.70, the first of the new "testing" releases available from us. A small five months from that release, we present to you the second release in the Testing branch, 0.71.

0.71 contains mainly fixes to the core and the Hide&Seek gametype. Since we didn't have any magnificent changes, the original plan was to hold on to 0.71 a little longer. What made us release this version to the public was the addition of basic DoS protection, that will protect the server from some of the many attacks we've had lately on all servers (lag spikes). Those attacks are a bit more difficult to block firewall-level, hence we chose to include this in the Mod. Please note that, for now, this DoS protection is for Windows servers only. Linux servers might get supplied with iptables rules in the future.

Hide&Seek still contains a critical crash bug, so we strongly suggest Hide&Seek server owners to either help us track down the issue (PM me for more info) or hold on to the current version a little longer. 0.72 will be out soon with a H&S crash fix.


Enjoy!