WolfAdmin

a Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory server enhancement

Download now 1.2.0

Welcome to WolfAdmin, a game manager for Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory servers created by Timo 'Timothy' Smit. Written as a Lua module, it provides you with extra tools to administrate your server. Since the module is run on the server, players do not have to install anything.

Among the features are many different commands that your administrators may use, automated team balancing, logging of player data and a new set of custom voting options.

Contributing to the module in any way is very welcome! You can report any issues or feature requests to the bug tracker. Alternatively, you can fix or implement it yourself and send a pull request to the GitHub repository, which you may also use to monitor the ongoing development.

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Features

database

Database

check a player's aliases and rap sheet, or view the records which are set on your server

commands

Commands

new commands will let your administrators handle those bad guys even better

voting

Voting

new voting options allow your players to control the server when you're not there

About

Who am I?

I'm a 24 year old student from Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, and in my spare time I am a web designer and programmer/scripter, as I enjoy working with computers and anything associated to it. I'm currently studying Computing Science at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and hope to finish my Master's degree in 2018.

Why WolfAdmin?

Because the Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory community is very vulnerable as the player base is continuously declining, it is ever so important that we keep the game alive. The idea for this module started growing over the past years. However, because of my lack of modding experience – at that time – I did not contribute to any mod. For this reason and because I believe Lua is the way to go, I made it an add-on, hopefully helping the game survive.

And finally...

I would like to thank the Dark Alchemy and Prime-Squadron community, as well as the ET: Legacy team for their support, ideas and testing my module from the first alpha versions onwards. This has definitely been motivating me to keep maintaining and updating the module.

Contributing

Contributing to the module in any way is very welcome! You can report any issues or feature requests to the bug tracker. Alternatively, you can fix or implement it yourself and send a pull request to the GitHub repository, which you may also use to monitor the ongoing development.