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Official TS. Bought. 50 slots.
It’s sad day for all Mumble servers ;___;
Sweet, my mic crackles on mumble, no idea why. Will jump on over the weekend!
@Remi what is the new donate goal?
Does anybody have an objection to me giving a close personal friend the IP so we can use the ‘other games’ section to play The Pre Sequel.
If you would rather i didn’t its np, just thought it best to ask first! 🙂
I’m in no way the boss of the teamspeak server, but IMO, as long as we don’t have a capacity issue and you’re not bringing hordes of assholes in, it sounds fine to me.
Some interesting finds in this one, regarding the recent switch to TS.
And people don’t believe when I say that Mumble is much faster than TS3.
Let’s either stay with Mumble or switch to Discord, really, I don’t know why you insist on using this bloated piece of crap that most of Minecraft children use.
Ima vote for Discord. We don’t even have to friggin pay for it, how’s that not enough of a selling point?
Grumpy Poles fooooooooooorce
Grumpy Poles aside 😉 , I want to point out that this vid is ONLY showing trends.
For the dedicated VOIP servers, he doesn’t talk about what kind of setup they are running.
For instance, the TS server he is testing could easily be on some Amazon AWS instance while the Mumble server lives in the Azure cloud or whatever, and that would leave him with no info on bandwith, load balancers, additional firewalls, NAT rules, and quite a lot of other stuff.
He could have set it all up himself, but he doesn’t mention this anywhere.
The numbers in the vid are good indicators, but nothing more. 🙂