[bf1942] BF: Vietnam - BFCC to be bundled with it (OT)

ståhl newiq at spray.se
Thu Feb 26 10:03:21 EST 2004

Imho bfsm is not that great. It has been prone to bugs and has on 
several occasions been the source of server crashes. The interface has a 
feeling of unresponsiveness or lag and has a real problem with saving 
configurations. I also disagree with the 100% functionality-part since 
some of them are unecessary to me personally (especially the scheduler). 
It unorganized and it's also crammed onto a small space. On the other 
hand, I don't know of any other program with so many options and the 
fact that it's free. If Dice can top this I don't mind... really.

I reserve myself for any pebkac-based opinions that may have sneaked 
itself in this mail.

Rick Thompson wrote:

> That would be a horrible mistake. We would never allow shell access to 
> our machines and we don't even provide FTP to gameserver clients. 
> Without the blackbagops interface we would drop the half dozen games 
> we run in a heartbeat, it would not be worth the trouble or the risk.
> If they want to replace it with a like app that's fine. It has to have 
> 100% of the same functionality though.
> Rick
> At 12:23 PM 2/26/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>> It appears that when BFV goes on sale they are going to bundle BFCC 
>> with it
>> rather than the excellent tool provided by www.Blackbagops.com
>> A petition has been started here:
>> http://www.blackbagops.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=12322#12322
>> However I thought perhaps if someone official reads this list the issue
>> could be raised somewhere that matters? The blackbagops remote admin 
>> tool is
>> far superior to anything else out there and they would be mad not to
>> officially support it.
>> Sorry for this being off topic
>> Cheers
>> -Paul
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Daniel "stahl" Ståhl
Bredbandsbolaget/Fegis.nu BF KGA Administrator
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