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[http://bzfx.net/ BZFX] a game server network ( a group of servers using the same rule sets and administration ).
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[http://bzfx.net/ BZFX] is a game server network, with a commonality being that they use the same rules and administration. BZFX also runs several development projects and offers both paid and free hosting to others.
  
= Contacts =
 
 
== IRC Channel==
 
== IRC Channel==
 
The network maintains an IRC channel on the freenode IRC network [irc://irc.freenode.net/#bzfx #bzfx channel]. This channel is used for most discussions about the network.
 
The network maintains an IRC channel on the freenode IRC network [irc://irc.freenode.net/#bzfx #bzfx channel]. This channel is used for most discussions about the network.
  
 
== Administration ==
 
== Administration ==
The network is owned and operated by [[User:A_Meteorite|his user page]] and administer by a group of users.
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The network is owned and operated by [[User:A_Meteorite|A Meteorite]] and administered by a group of users.
Individual administrators should be contacted for the resoltion of issues they are involved in. If a resolution can not be reached, then a user should contact the owner.
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Individual administrators should be contacted for the resolution of issues they are involved in. If a resolution can not be reached, then a user should contact the owner.
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[[Category:Server Network]]

Latest revision as of 04:42, 1 January 2017

BZFX is a game server network, with a commonality being that they use the same rules and administration. BZFX also runs several development projects and offers both paid and free hosting to others.

IRC Channel[edit]

The network maintains an IRC channel on the freenode IRC network #bzfx channel. This channel is used for most discussions about the network.

Administration[edit]

The network is owned and operated by A Meteorite and administered by a group of users. Individual administrators should be contacted for the resolution of issues they are involved in. If a resolution can not be reached, then a user should contact the owner.