Autonomous LAN Party / News: Recent posts

Not Dead Yet! ALP is coming back with a bang!

Due to the absence of recent releases some might think that the project was dead. On the contrary we have taken a small break and are now back. For the past few weeks we have been brainstorming ideas and methods to make ALP better.

The Result: ALP 2.0 will be coming, it is based on the CodeIgnitor framework with much much work on it.

What can you do? We need help from everyone from the beginning. If you are an avid LAN hoster using ALP, we'd love your input! In addition, more coders are always welcome. We also need language tranlaters and people to do themes. If any of those seem like something you can help with please contact me and we will get you in on this project.... read more

Posted by Charlie Croom 2007-06-30

ALP 0.98.3 Released!

ALP 0.98.3 Released!

Posted by Travis Kreikemeier 2006-10-15

ALP 0.98.2 Released!

ALP 0.98.2 Released!

Posted by Travis Kreikemeier 2006-04-25

ALP 0.98.1.0 Released!

ALP 0.98.1.0 Released!

Posted by Travis Kreikemeier 2006-01-30

ALP 0.98.0.0 Released!

After an intense 3 weeks from our last release, the ALP developers are pleased to announce the release of ALP 0.98 with over 100 new features and bug fixes.

Posted by Travis Kreikemeier 2005-12-22

ALP 0.97.3.6 released!

New developers have been added to the ALP project: Curium, sKuLLsHoT, and Havoc. We are continuing the development of ALP, this is our first release which contains many bug fixes. Expect many great releases very soon with many new updates and features. We will be releasing more information soon about what we are working on. Yes, you should start getting excited.

-Long Live ALP!

Posted by Travis Kreikemeier 2005-11-29

ALP 0.97d released!

0.97d is out.

The new version has automatic tournament team advancement, automated prize drawings, and just looks darn pretty. There are some usability features added as well as a crackload of minor things. Check it out.

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2004-02-23

ALP 0.96.10d released!

Once again, the nerdclub programming team has programmed its way to another release. ALP now sports a slicker tournaments page and map voting with thumbnails, as well as many minor bug fixes. Keep supporting ALP!

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2004-01-01

ALP 0.96.7d released!

This version fixes an error with the install script and also adds a "pug" mode for players to sign up for team tournaments without a team!

Enjoy!

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2003-08-21

ALP 0.96.6 released!

Welcome to LAN Party admin paradise. The project dedicated to making your LAN Party run itself has released version 0.96.6! This release includes admin add and delete of tournament teams, an upgrade script, house cleaning of authentication code, tournament seeding, option to authenticate by IP address instead of password, and caching of large tournament bracket pages!

Enjoy!

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2003-08-21

ALP 0.96.5d released!

Welcome to LAN Party admin paradise. This release includes admin add and delete of tournament teams, an upgrade script, house cleaning of authentication code, tournament seeding, option to authenticate by IP address instead of password, and caching of large tournament bracket pages!

enjoy!

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2003-08-20

ALP 0.96.4d released.

This is mostly a bug fix release, with the addition of game servers lists using the GSQ Library from skamp.net. As always, we're looking for developers to help us continue this project! Applications are needed!

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2003-08-15

ALP 0.96d release!

ALP, the ever-evolving PHP/MySQL project dedicated to the goal of making a LAN party that runs itself, has released a new version! this new version includes various new tournament types: single elimination, single elimination FFA, consolation, double elimination, and round robin. With 0.96d, you can control the special ALP satellite parasitic game servers remotely and stealthily. Did your friend leave to get something to eat? Use his computer as a server while he's gone! Put the cd in, let it boot up linux and the appropriate game server, and control it all from the ALP satellite control panel. It runs the entire game server from the cd without making any changes to the hard drive! With a multitude of other features available, why not try ALP? It's going to make your life so much easier, and your LAN Party so much better.

Posted by Zach Leatherman 2003-07-21