Most of the info is taken from the different forums in the Links page on the site, including propilkki.no.
My job has basically been to organize the information into a webpage. But I will always welcome input on what to put into the guide. I have tried to keep the info as basic as possible, as it's only meant to be a beginners guide, with potential to expand into something more advanced with time.
Next goal is to finish the 'autohosting and scripting' -sections and a 'install and setup' -section. Next will probably be a 'troubleshooting' -section, then I may go into fish species or maybe start translation to Norwegian.
This project is not going to be finished tomorrow or next week, as I do this mainly on my free time. When I feel like it
The server seems to have no problems with the extra workload and I have had approx. 500 pageloads and 100 unique visits since I posted the link in the first post
I'm planning to do some php on the site, but before that I will upgrade to a better machine since it is not enough power in the server as it is now. But I'm surprised that a machine formerly used as a thin-client works so smooth as a webserver.
I also run an autohost-server with the same specs as the webserver, and this also runs smoothly
Look for 'Lokegata Propilkkilaug' in the public host-list to try it out. At the moment I run a playlist with 30min competitions with all lakes in an alphabetically order and different gametypes. And if you try it out and wan't to say 'Hi', look for the nick 'Vincent', if I'm playing at the time.