Considering my server only runs the client and isn't connected to the simulator, can system time be added to the server section of the client that allows anyone in the simulator to copy it?
For example, the US Central server's system time is CST, so anyone syncing to it would be -6 GMT.
Suggestions, ideas and general discussion about JoinFS.
blue_ice wrote:Regarding having a controlled enviroment. Whilst maybe having a box to disable new joins might work, my concern would be if you want to allow somemore people into the session. It would mean unchecking the box, allowing the user to join then locking the session down again, I know password protected sessions has tried to be avoided. But for this scenario would it be the simplest answer?
As Joinfs continues to grow, I suspect a troll situation will raise its ugly head at some point. Could being able to temporarily lockdown a session with a password be the answer should the situation arise?
Darren, our server is "up" 24 hrs, we often see people flying on our server who are not part of our group. We don't actually care, as with this type of distributed server, guests like that have zero impact.
If they WERE to become a problem Peter already has that sorted. There is an ignore button. Et Voila! One push, they cease to exist.
I am quite pleased to let them anyway, the more people flying, the better.