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I got a new PC (kick-ass, I may add) and new IP at work where the servers are hosted; if you have server bookmarks to Bugfarm servers, they've been invalidated by that move. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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/me still has the bookmark for CVS Test Server: Fortress

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<luke-jr-mode>That wouldn't have happened if you used SERVER_DNS (and a (sub)domain for your servers)</luke-jr-mode>
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Well, only if I had registered a special domain, because the hostname also changed. And SERVER_DNS causes each client to do one blocking DNS query every time the server browser is visited.

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I think we just found the optimal exploit to kill the server browser: set one of luke's domains as SERVER_DNS for a lot of servers
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