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WELCOME TO I-C-U-P Anonymous 05/04/2020 (Mon) 23:08:07 No.1
STREAM AT https://cytu.be/r/8cup MATCH SCHEDULE ON >>1233 AND >>1234 This board is a the new home to the /icup/ and /8cc/ boards over 8kun.top. Our objective at /icup/ is to provide sports oriented competitions for all boards of the Webring (as well as any other IB who's willing to pitch in) of various sports. Our most well known tournament is of course the 8chan Cup or Inter-Board Cup, hosted...sometimes by our tireless rigger SKF. For more information about the 8chan Cup/Inter-board Cup and all teams competing in it you can visit http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Main_Page The new wiki can (slowly) be found at: https://infinitycup.miraheze.org/wiki/Main_Page [Account required to edit] RULES 1. Global rules apply (don't post illegal stuff) 2. Threads should be about creating new teams for the upcoming Inter-board Cups, as well as discussing new formats (Racing Wars, Handegg, Majoritycrimerateball, Wrestling in collab with 8chanmania) and suggesting new tools to mod and host better tournaments 3. Organizing sponsored and friendly matches among teams; 4. Organizing your own board's team and roster. Match replays: https://pt.neko.bar/video-channels/icuparchive/video-playlists
Edited last time by SKF on 05/25/2021 (Tue) 00:32:07.
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>>3226 Hello SKF. Since you have both the full streams and the matches cut up feel free to send me all of those. Hopefully it's the full Nekobar archive we had if pic related was up-to-date. >spoiler What we're using currently is an account on the Internet archive, which has the playlists hidden. This means that the only way to find those is to link it directly, and right now we have two playlists >>3136. The idea is more or less to separate playlists in both cups and versions (eg. one playlist would have the matches, the other one the raws). I don't know if this is what you'd prefer or not.
>>3228 (me) I'm not honestly too sure what to do about the idea of having an entire site for the archives like half does. Could work as another site, but I don't know too much about maintenance costs and shit to dive into it. In any case, for now I want to continue with the last day of the Gcup because I counted roughly 3 or 4 matches to be salvaged from my copy of the stream, but since you have everything still, shoot me some links either here or at the e-mail in the post. And one last thing: welcome back
>>3226 Re-watchable site: I think hosting unlisted clip videos on archive.org that get linked to/embedded on another site (or even the wiki) is the safest and incidentally cheapest solution. Take the example of 4CC's designated site implying.fun , which is insanely slow (its not just me, right?) and a single point of failure (what if the owner loses interest or is incapacitated without handing over?)
>>3249 That's what I was doing before with Nekobar. I'm going back and forth between Rumble and Odysee as the host site, I'll let you guys know when I've made a decision on that one.
>>3254 I would argue that for static video files, neither. They're volatile like nekobar was. archive.org has a proven track record, no for-profit crap or trackers, and enough invested groups that it basically can't be allowed to go down. When an alt-tech site becomes unpopular or runs into legal trouble, it will often just fold. The streaming host itself is different, that can be volatile as you want and if those platforms allow the kind of dumb edgy crap we like, then that's wonderful.
Uploading ICUP 6 raws to Archive. Need to stitch together some video for the missing days as both Ox and myself encountered some internet hiccups during streaming. Once those are (re-) rendered, I'll add them to the list.
>>3265 I forgot that I recorded the final day in higher quality, the raw is 15 fucking GB. So be it. Up it goes.
GCUP Raws are uploading now. Due to what happened with the internat issues in 6, it looks like I recorded them in bunches. There's no full "Raw" for Day 3 of the Group stage, as I recorded things match-by-match directly via OBS. So those Raws will look incomplete, but every game will be in the archive when it's all said and done.
fuck it, got the three ICUP 4 Raws I had uploaded too.
For future reference, archive allows multiple uploads I'm feeling like a retard for finding out just now
Moving on to getting the ICUP 1 stuff I had pulled from Dailymotion.
>>3337 SKF you have to reupload two of the files without the slashes. Archive has turned them into directories. https://archive.org/download/ICUP1
>>3339 They might be able to just rename the individual file and move it into the base directory. Much easier than a reupload if it lets you do it.
>>3339 >>3343 Easy enough. On it now.
Are there any videos from ICUP 2 to be uploaded to the archive?
>>3352 Those seem to be lost, but I did find a semi-incomplete cache of post-match pictures that show the results.
Update board flags pls?
>>3877 I'll make them l8r
>>4148 how much later
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>>4502 I honestly donĀ“t mind them honestly. Only one that's useful to anyone is the /eris/ one in case major rigger has something to say.
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>>4148 >>4502 Sorry caught the Kung Flu The flaggerinos were taken from the wiki, please add them grasstains
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>>4547 >>4548 you could at least update the /v/ logo you nigger I don't think this is on the wiki
>>4553 You coulda done it yaself Anyhow I updated the wiki with the thumbnail
OK this is definitely the Autist https://trashchan.xyz/nep/thread/7249.html
>>4578 >We're looking to expand the competition Are we really?
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>>4585 As a viewer I personally wouldn't mind to see new teams into the cup, though I would go removing the more derivative teams that have nothing to do with 8ch (e.g. /fschan/) and try to revive teams that are more thematically interesting (/tg/, /fit/, /tech/, /bane/). For example, the zzz/fit/ BO has expressed his interest in repurposing the 2016 /fit/ team to be used in a future cup, which, if done correctly, would be a more interesting contender than perhaps half of the teams that are competing in the current one.
>>4587 Speaking of /fit/, BO is asking what version of PES is the rigger switching to after this cup.
>>4587 to revive the teams you must first revive the boards
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>>4600 >revive the boards >when the entirety of most boards participatng in this cup have 10PPD maximum i think we both should settle down on the fact that the activity is not coming back. those people are gone. that doesn't stop the divegrass from going on. think of all the dead boards partaking in this cup, or those small niche ones that barely register one post per day, or the /v/ team that takes a piss on the culture of the board it represents. honestly who gives a shit. i want to watch some footsies and i want it to be as entertaining as possible, even if we had to ride on the corpse of a website to keep it up
I'll have time to read through this and think about it later, but I will not be able to manage dozens of teams by myself again. We saw how it turned out in the stream, and I know how it turned out as a huge time sink. At this point in time, and this is open to feedback, it seems like the two options are either: - we start getting managers involved, so people who are able to download PES can help to handle the construction and submission of their teams - we downsize the cup significantly Any invitations between now and me manually declaring invitations open will be outright ignored.
>>4603 >/v/ team that takes a piss on the culture of the board it represents. i dont understand budy whats wrong with the /v/ team all i see is vidyo characters and devs seems pretty appropriate to me ok bye
>>4618 >board culture I mean, do you see any zzz-tan or any punished /v/ in the team? those are featured prominently on zzz/v/
Locking the /monarchy/ thread because someone is spamming commiecat pictures in there.
Good luck to the teams that remain My bets are on a /cuckquean/ - /yuri/ final >>4665 Can't you just block the file hash for the commie car spam? It's not really that much of a bother right now.
>>4666 >My bets are on a /cuckquean/ - /yuri/ final /cuckquean/ wasn't even that good, it was simply that /v/'s defense line was exhausted by the time the second half came by. Something more realistic would be /eris/ - /yuri/ or /eris/ - /japan/
>>4665 Lock this one as well: >>4262
>>4677 Thanks for bringing it to my attention. That thread is now locked as well.
>>4686 And delete all the spam please?
>>4687 Spam removed. >>4666 >Can't you just block the file hash for the commie car spam? It's not really that much of a bother right now. The locking is just a preemptive measure. If he comes again I'll do what you mention.
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Yep, it worked perfectly when I tried on my testing rig. It was a preparation mistake. Anyway, I suppose the irony in /eris/ winning that that the next cup's host will actually be hosting the cup.
Congratulation, /eris/, it was a long time coming and I'm glad one of the most colorful teams around managed to squeeze a win. Update your logo ASAP so we can edit the wiki with the star on the apple. >>4696 Cheer up lad it will go better next time.
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Can you change this to something like "Congratulations to /eris/"?
>CP spammer solely targetting this board Why doesn't he go after the other boards not that I'm enticing him?
>>4827 You don't browse the other boards in here, right?
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>>4847 I know there's CP being spammed routinely everywhere, but as soon as there was a new post up here in the models thread this guy made a visit. It almost seemed preemptive.
>>1 Friendly reminder that the miraheze wiki is currently marked as inactive and will be closed in 2 weeks from now if nobody works on the wiki. It seems like it needs any kind of edit once a month. Yes I'm invested enough to write this message but not enough to create an account on miraheze to solve it myself.
>>4925 That message has been written there since at least >>4850 pointed it out. Go read the wiki thread, there have been more than enough recent changes made in the last 2+ weeks.
>>5004 How's it.

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