The 17th Xenomorphs LAN was held from December 18th through 20th, and it was awesome.
It was the first time for me, but it won’t be the last; it was really nice to meet the people you play with and against online.
We played TF2, L4D2, WC3TFT, a very bit TFC (just some minutes, sadly), WWP and teeworld.
Did you ever grill at -15°C? No? Me neither, but it was weird in an awesome way!
Since the last week I stopped including new code or new features into GTFCIaFDB and start updating and optimizing the old code. Two days ago I made some notable steps with the server section: It now shows the Password, Bots and VAC icons from the Steam server list. One of the bigger changes will be the updated match tracking system. When it’s done it will be faster, better and more accurate. And the fixes will wipe out many, many bugs.
All this will not go public yet, of course. Well, I’ll just go on and improve the code.. ;)
As you may or may not know, I’m trying to organize a world championship for the Half-Life Mod Team Fortress Classic. This is getting more and more difficult, because there are not many players left. The teams that are (almost) full are 🇺🇸USA, 🇨🇦Canada, 🇩🇪Germany, 🇬🇧UK, 🇵🇱Poland, probably 🇫🇮Finland and perhaps 🇪🇸Spain. Now it’s the question what to do.
I never thought I would do something like that. But last week it got over me. So I registered at Twitter and today I made this blog. It feels a bit weird, but as soon as I’m used to it, I suppose I will like it, at least I hope so.
Let’s see what I can make out of that.