Posted by Danmer @ 14:02 CDT, 17 September 2018 - iMsg
I'd like to show you my new tool developed for players still playing Quake Live (especially for participants of LAN Tournaments).
This is an open-source collection of configs packed to a Workshop item providing a few useful features.
- subscribe with one click, automatic updates on any PC
- synchronization of HUD-files (.menu files are usually missed)
- no problems with undeletable configs and other Steam Cloud issues
- special sections for configs from tournaments, streams, servers, useful scripts
- you don't need USB-drives for configs anymore
- viewing the history of changes on Github
TODO: uploading multiple files, automatic optimization of uploaded configs, automatic publishing, etc.
I'd like to share some of my webtools which might be useful for quake admins.
The first one was made a year ago for seeding a ton of new participants of 125FPS cups. Fast and easy search using any symbols in PlusForward Rankings. Import, automatic sorting by rating and export to challonge.com within seconds. It's still used.
Today I released a new tool which helps to write announcements and reports on Discord. The tool can:
- fix nickname using aliases and PlusForward Rankings
- add flags
- add discord tags
- add frequently used icons
- add stream links and casters using short names
- insert the last video link from a twitch channel
- wrap links to hide previews
- counter of symbols (to avoid 2000 symbols limit)
- save and load messages as templates
With love and only for Russians. No excuses, no limitations. <3
- translations of all Tim Willits's interviews
- frequently asked questions
- useful links
- interesting comments and reviews of famous players
- everything that we know from open sources
- regular updates and improvements
The page is optimized for all mobile screen sizes. Read answers are synced with your browser history and became unread after update.
Edited by Danmer at 09:17 CDT, 21 May 2017 - 6134 Hits
You can use steamId or communityId or just URL of profile for adding a player card.
The filter use same fields plus players' additional info.
Also, you can send a friend request to Steam right on the page.
Edited by Danmer at 00:05 CST, 5 November 2015 - 4603 Hits
Posted by Danmer @ 11:14 CDT, 8 August 2015 - iMsg
I continue the process of saving valuable content from Cyberfight (demos were first).
Now it is galleries. If you have not seen its before, you will be really impressed. There are a lot of oldest photos of famous players. Some of these photos are even older than you!
All files and folders renamed by its titles. Also each gallery contain info.json with following information: galleryId, galleryTitle, photosCount, comentsCount, photos (source, photoId, photoTitle, imageId, imageSrc, imageExt, imageSize), comments (authorId, authorName, dateTime, html, text).
Three years ago on January 12 project deliberate murder was officially launched! During these three years the men deliberate murder took prizes (first more often) places on the 355 leagues and championships, played in a tournament in Russia, the Netherlands, Sweden, the Czech Republic and the United States. Happy Birthday 102!
I wrote a little script for leagues and website admins, which will help to make an easy screenshots without print-screens and manual cropping.
The script makes these actions:
- render stats from url using PhantomJS
- increase width to "640px"
- remove background images
- hide "header"
- hide "close" button
- hide "navigation bar"
- show absolute date (not relative)
- change date and time format to "DD MMM YYYY HH:MM"
- sort and colorize teams summary (first - winner, second - loser)
- calculate and add columns "netFrags" and "netDamage"
- show players scores (optional)
- show weapon frags (optional)
- show weapon accuaracy (optional)
- set team names (optional)
- automatic upload to imgur.com
May be not stable, because new hosting and Nodejs... Sorry for that.
May will see the 29th edition of the ASUS Open Cup by Cyberfight. But that's not all: At this time we have prepared a surprise for you. The three largest Russian esport organizations will come together for this especial event: the National Professional Cybersport League, the Russian eSports Federation and CyberFight.ru. With the help of ASUS and Intel, they will conduct a three-phase tournament:
- ASUS Online Qualifers
- ASUS LAN Open
- and ESWC Russia
During two weekends we will see 7 LANs and 4 online tournaments, hundreds players from all the post-Soviet states and the best organizers staff. 9 tickets to ESWC, 525 000 rubles (~13 560€) and prizes from sponsors are waiting to be won.
President NPCL Sergei Shirokov managed to obtain a license to conduct national qualifier: "To ensure a high level of competition and fair selection of the best athletes in the national team, I proposed to connect to conduct of ESWC 2010 Russia two key organizers: Dmitry "d1monn" Kuznetsov and Russian eSports Federation, who agreed to contribute to common cause. I think that now all the circumstances contributed to the fact that we have organized the best Russian qualifier for ESWC for the duration of the World Cup. We will do this all efforts and use all experience gained over the years for major esport events!".
Dmitry "d1monn" Kuznetsov and CyberFight wants to do something new with ASUS Cup project: "Speaking about ASUS Cup, we speaking about stable series of tourneys, which not be called the best, most incomparable tournament in the world, but you can easily identify as a strong esport Championship, wich taking place four times a year and allows show an honest, objective picture of esport in the CIS".
Dmitry "Dilvish" Smith, director of Russian eSports Federation: "2010 - the year of the tenth anniversary of the Federation eSports Russia. More gratifying to us to participate in the organization of Russian selection for the World Cup in e-sports. Especially like to mention, that is first time for ten years of computer development of esport in Russia, several major organizations combine their efforts for the selection of and training of team athletes who will represent our country at one of the world's largest esport events. We hope that forthcoming serious selection for russian team would be objective"
General manager of the National Team will be Alex "Lex" Kolesnikov, whose experience and authority will help our guys in the most effective preparation in so important competitions for our country.
The ASUS Online Qualifers will start on the 8th of May, one day before Victory day. The ASUS LAN Open will take place during 22-23th of May in Moscow at the 2 famous game-centers Click-Net and Rush3D. And finally on the 30th of May, the ESWC Russia qualifer matches will be played at the NPCL television studio with the best russian players from the ASUS Spring 2010.
Posted by Danmer @ 04:46 CST, 22 December 2009 - iMsg
Dear ladies and gentlemen, we bring to your attention an epic logo contest for a Russian Quake3 movie “34” (“3ulu4”). The action of the movie revolves around certain 34 (3ulu4), being the main character’s nickname. The genera could be described as a full-length mashinima/frag film with today’s russian pro-quakers for main participants. The project promises to be quite full of content, interesting, pioneering and vivid. Inquietudes are to be mixed with a bad-assed action seasoned with infinite irony.
The logo has to comprise text – 34 (or 3ulu4 (spelled like Zilich)), it’s allowed to use some sign.
3ulu4: “Logo is one of the basic factors in creating a platform from which to depart later on. In order for you to be aware what the ultimate logo should look like and refer to (both emotionally and logically), we provide a few examples. Each symbol is about some unique and at the same time universal idea, hence while realization it’s utterly important to concentrate your attention on “why is it this way?”. It’s obligatory that the conception of works sent is explained in detail. The future logo is to accumulate all above-mentioned facts about the movie and convey the spirit of uncompromising struggle at Quake3 arenas. In other words, having seen it, the audience should find themselves in front of an enormous “rabbit hole” entering which promises an unforgettable journey into a Wonderland” Morgot: “Do your best to create a unique logo, without attempts to stylize it to something already existing. Mind readability. There is neither style nor color preference. Oh yeah, was very near to forgot about the main thing – there is no spoon either.
Dates: Dec 15 2009 – Jan 15 2010.
Prize: 100 Euro, an interview with the winner and your nickname for movie credits.
Sent-to: firstname.lastname@example.org (with title “Logo for 34”). Don’t forget to mention your nick and country.
Jugdes: 3ulu4, Morgot.
The works will be posted @ QuakeNews.ru (http://www.quakenews.ru/site/fullnews.aspx?id=151) as we receive them. The number of works per contestant is not limited, although it’s best to send 1-2 quality logos rather than flooding us with shitloads.
- contestants send .jpg versions with commentary.
- images may be performed in any style (raster, vector, paints, felttip pens, pencils etc.)
- it’s desirable for the contestant to have vector of his work, but it’s not obligatory.
Today, CyberFight announced information about the upcoming 26th ASUS Open tournament, which traditionally gathers the best teams and players of the Eastern European region. Main sponsors of tourney are once again ASUS and Intel.
During two weekends, the 22-23rd and 29-30th of August, hundreds of CIS teams and players will meet together in Moscow to fight for 800 000 rubles (about $25,500) at the Flashback and Click-Net game-centers.
July 29th: Online registration for open disciplines
August 1st: List of regional qualifications for Counter-Strike Masters
August 3rd: Detailed cash-prize distribution
August 5th: Tournaments rules
August 7th: Schedule the LAN tournament
August 10th: 80 T-shirts as a gift!
August 16th: Informations for spectators
August 19th: Toss for Counter-Strike Masters
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 Masters (32 teams) - prize pool 350 000 rubles
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 Open (128 teams) - prize pool 150 000 rubles
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 Female Open (8 teams) - prize pool 25 000 rubles
Pro Evolution Soccer 1v1 Open (128 players) - prize pool 50 000 rubles
FIFA 2009 1v1 Open (128 players) - prize pool 50 000 rubles
Warcraft 3 (32 players) - prize pool 50 000 rubles StarCraft: BroodWar (32 players) - prize pool 50 000 rubles Quake 3 1v1 Open (32 players) - prize pool 50 000 rubles (~1600 USD)
ASUS Moscow Summer CS 1.6 Qualifier (64 teams) - prize pool 25 000 rubles + 4 slots at Masters tournament
A bit later, CyberFight will announce the online qualifiers for popular games, including Quake 3. The best players of these tournaments will get free tickets to the ASUS Open tournaments and different prizes from the sponsors.
A few days ago, CyberFight announced the informations about the upcoming 25th ASUS Open tournament, which traditionally gathers the best teams and players of the Eastern European region.
During two weekends, the 23-24th and 30-31st of May, hundreds of CIS teams and players will meet together in Moscow to fight for 1 000 000 rubles (about $31 000) at the following game-centers: "4GAME" and "Click-Net".
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 Masters (32 teams) - prize pool 400 000 rubles
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 NoN Profi Open (128 teams) - prize pool 150 000 rubles
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 Female Open (4 teams) - prize pool 25 000 rubles
Warcraft 3 DOTA 5v5 Open (32 teams) - prize pool 150 000 rubles
Pro Evolution Soccer 1v1 Open (128 players) - prize pool 75 000 rubles
FIFA 2009 1v1 Open (128 players) - prize pool 75 000 rubles
Warcraft 3 (32 players) - prize pool 25 000 rubles
StarCraft: BroodWar (32 players) - prize pool 25 000 rubles Quake 3 1v1 Opens (32 players) - prize pool 25 000 rubles (~750 USD)
ASUS MOSCOW Spring CS 1.6 Qualifier (64 teams) - prize pool 25 000 rubles + 4 slots at Masters tournament
ASUS ONLINE Spring CS 1.6 Qualifier (64 teams) - prize pool 25 000 rubles + 2 slots at Masters tournament
CyberFight also announced a new series of online competitions for popular games each season (spring, summer, fall & winter). The best players of these tournaments will get free tickets to the ASUS Open tournaments and different prizes from our sponsors. They will start with simple tournaments at the beginning, but in future they might be transformed to leagues.
Counter-Strike 1.6 5v5 Open (64 teams) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets) Quake 3 1v1 Open (64 players) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets)
StarCraft: Bw 1v1 Open (64 players) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets)
Warcraft 3 1v1 Open (64 players) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets)
Warcraft 3 DOTA 5v5 Open (32 teams) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets)
Pro Evolution Soccer 1v1 Open (128 players) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets)
FIFA 2009 1v1 Open (128 players) - prize pool (hardware from sponsors + payed tickets)
1st place - payed ticket + ASUS EeePC 1000H/ASUS EeePC 900/ASUS MB Maximus 2 Formula
2nd place - payed ticket + ASUS MB P5Q
3rd place - payed ticket + ASUS MB P5QL
Payed ticket: payed train ticket (only for European part of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus) + no fee for tournament entrance + slot in the tournament.
More informations about Quake 3
The official Quake3 ASUS Spring 2009 channel is #asus.q3 on Quakenet. The online qualifications will take place the 16th of May and GTV will be available (gtv.c58.ru:27970). The LAN Q3 tournament will only take place the 23rd of May.
* Entrance fee 8 WMZ ($8), Payment system: ONLY webmoney.ru
* Tournament mod: Challenge ProMode Arena 1.47
* Gameplay: Vanilla Quake3 (VQ3)
* Format : 1 versus 1
* Tournament system depends on the quantity of players
* Maplist: ztn3tourney1, pro-q3dm6, pro-q3tourney4, hub3aeroq3, pro-nodm9
* map choice - favorite, and elimination one-by-one
* Tournament games should be played only on tournament servers with referee.
* Also there will be a few servers with punkbuster anticheat. Player can request to move the game to such server.
* Registration thread
* Contacts: head admin - Egor "Danmer" Kotlyarov - IRC: #asus.q3