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QuakeCon 2020

25th annual QuakeCon! Celebrate the 25th annual QuakeCon with a global Super Stream, featuring 60 straight hours of nonstop live content from around the world. The schedule is packed with three days of celebrity influencer streams, live concerts, charity fundraising, ...

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New partner: HostSailor

New partner and server from HostSailor The amazing people at HostSailor.com have joined QuakeNet as partners and sponsored a new server hosted in Bucharest, Romania. You can access the server using the hostname hostsailor.ro.quakenet.org and the server will be part ...

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ESA Summer Online 2020

ESA Summer Online ESA Summer Online 2020 will be running in the place of ESA Summer, with ESA Summer postponed to October. ESA is a week-long event, with the primary goal of raising money for a charity. ESA Summer Online ...

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Using the QuakeNet RR aliases

Posted by Vekotin on Friday 14 December 2001

In addition to connecting to any single QuakeNet server, QuakeNet offers several ways of connecting to a random QuakeNet server via round robins aliases. Connecting to irc.quakenet.org will connect you to a random QuakeNet server - however, a better alternative is connecting to a random server of a specific country, by connecting to .quakenet.org, such as uk.quakenet.org or fi.quakenet.org. A full of list the country specific RR's is on the servers page. Usage of the country specific round robins is highly preferred over the use of the global round robin. Happy QuakeNetting and remember - December is a good time to drink milk.

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I drink milk everyday, so I think i\'ll be safe :)

|zipnix| said on Monday 13 October 2003


ormizen said on Tuesday 02 March 2004

The \"Servers\" page no longer lists the RR addresses.

ewensell3 said on Monday 23 April 2007