| Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 3:01 pm
With wrtl's help we have a new ladder system:
It parses ladderlog.txt and stores all the results in a mysql table. That webpage reads from this database.
You can sort by the following fields:
Percentage of Rounds Won
Top Average Points per Round
It works from rounds not matches. Matches could be included, but couls so easily be cheated - just disconnect from the server on the last round if you're on the losing team, perfect match win rank.
There's less than a day's data in there at the mo, and I will be clearing that down in a couple of days, give everyone a fair chance to build their own scores up. But, you get the idea.
Currently you need to have won >=50 rounds to reach the scoreboard. I'm sure this will be increased in time.
Is this type of ladder a good thing?
Do people want every move they make recorded?
Any comments/requests welcome.