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Your Site Accomplishments

Amaury

Well-known member
#1
What are some accomplishments you recently made?

Thanks to my co-worker @Nights, I now know how to install add-ons requiring server uploading and not just simple XML imports. With that information, I installed my first add-on, which was @Waindigo's Social Groups add-on!
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#2
Correctly (after locking all ports out :eek: and requiring IP KVM access) CSF on a ProxMox server without negatively impacting any of the VPS's it runs.
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#6
And now... since it's in Off-Topic. Learning how to play BF 4 on the xBox One after playing so much on the PS 4. The controller feels different. :whistle:
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#7
And now... since it's in Off-Topic. Learning how to play BF 4 on the xBox One after playing so much on the PS 4. The controller feels different. :whistle:
I've modified the title, though it's not really too big of a deal where this is in the grand scheme of things.
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
#9
I learned how to write a batch file (that is scheduled to run on boot) which creates a Windows SYSTEM user mapped drive to my Synology NAS box so that it can be seen by Crashplan+ and backed-up to my cloud storage space. Belt 'n' braces and all that! (y)

Oh, and my main site accomplishment - still having it running, and active, and growing - seven years after starting it. :D
 

Carlos

Well-known member
#10
Moving my forum from rank #3, #4 or #5 or whatever rank it was in the old CODForums - to #1 (of course, depending on whether you been to the site before, location you're in, or keyword you typed).
 

Edrondol

Well-known member
#11
My forum is still alive and active. Considering the fact that we became a community because we were shut down somewhere else and really don't have a niche, it's a big accomplishment.
 

Russ

Well-known member
#12
Somewhat related to my gaming site... I dipped into dreamweaver to see what kind of control panel I could build. Turned out pretty decent, it was for a game called DayZ, I could create/delete users to access the control panel which allowed them to do all sorts of really cool in-game stuff. I'm sure it wasn't secure... or stable but it worked flawlessly when we were using it, it was my little baby :D

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I did everything by hand except the map, used another script for a resource on that one.