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|00:52, 17 March 2013||Voidious||(Reply to Darkcanuck's server down)|
|00:46, 17 March 2013||MN||(Reply to Darkcanuck's server down)|
|22:24, 16 March 2013||Skilgannon||(Reply to Darkcanuck's server down)|
|22:22, 16 March 2013||Voidious||(Reply to Darkcanuck's server down)|
|22:05, 16 March 2013||MN||(Reply to Darkcanuck's server down)|
|16:23, 16 March 2013||Voidious|
Just noticed Darkcanuck's RoboRumble server is down. Anyone know how long it's been down? Without any response from him in so long, I think it's probably the right time to transition to a new server, either a LiteRumble instance or setting up Darkcanuck's code on a new server.
Skilgannon, is it worth even trying to just transition our full load to your LiteRumble instance? Or would we need to upgrade to/setup a new one in a paid tier first? I don't think robowiki.net could handle a copy of Darkcanuck's server running but I could setup a new server somewhere if that's what we want. The query API that powers @roborumble is the thing I'd miss most. Though I could hack it to just parse LiteRumble pages (the first implementation did that on Darkcanuck's).
What do you mean by "complete"? If you mean all the requests have been filled on Darkcanuck's server, the answer is no. And also no if you mean any kind of automated flag system like the participants list.
By complete I mean if all flags used in Darkcanuck's server are registered as requests in the discussion page.
It would be "incomplete" if someone asked for a flag request without using the discussion page.
Ah, ok. I think he started off with all the same flags as the old server, so some of us never requested one, and I remember one unfulfilled request on his talk page. I think the list Chase posted + any outstanding requests on that page would be sufficient to get started though.
It will be really easy for me to set up another query API, I could even just make it an argument that gets added to the regular page request and it returns in JSON or something similar.
I think we see how it handles, and if it is constantly hitting the quota. If it is, upgrading should let it expand pretty much as far as we want, although the minimum for paid tier is $2.10/week.