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QuakeNet services released to the public

Posted by meeb on Monday 23 September 2013

The QuakeNet development team is pleased to announce that after many, many years of work we are releasing our modular services platform, collectively known as "newserv", along with several core modules under the GPLv2 licence. newserv powers the core of all QuakeNet services, including all our service bots (such as Q and S).

The released version of Newserv includes the following key functionality:

  • Extensive network searching
  • Scripting (in Lua)
  • Proxy drone detection
  • Transactional g:lines
  • Juping
  • Chanfix (keeps / restores known ops)
  • Chanserv (current version of Q on QuakeNet, Q9)
  • Help services (current version of G on QuakeNet)
  • Channel services request (current version of R on QuakeNet)
  • QA & Tutor bots
  • Server lists with latency
  • Role-based access checks for oper commands
  • Connection limiting (powers "connection trusts" on QuakeNet)
  • Lots, lots more, including a carrot

You can view the full source code here:

https://github.com/quakenet/newserv/

If you have any suggestions, would like to contribute code or just chat to the development team you can find us in #dev on QuakeNet.

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*pops bottle of bubbly*

meeb said on Monday 23 September 2013

Jeej

Sorcerer said on Monday 23 September 2013

Nice one! You guys are the best!

Blerghh said on Monday 23 September 2013

wooo

icecraft said on Wednesday 09 October 2013

This is a pretty cool decision from the QuakeNet (dev) team. Thumbs up for this one guys!

i|Avatar said on Tuesday 05 November 2013