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EU Operation Cleansweep
Hello everyone! Over the past 2 months, 6-8 hours per week, the staff and the community have come together on Teamspeak to remove as many hackers from the EU servers as possible. Now, 8 weeks later, I am here to disclose the final results and to hand out the prizes and shoutouts to those who deserve it.
In total we managed to get rid of 830 hackers. 120 of those hackers were recorded by community members. These statistics are quite impressive, considering we banned 27 more hackers whilst we hosted 56 less hours of sweeps than in the last EU OCS season. The EU OCS decided to host less sessions this season to be more effective, that decision turned out to be a good one! The rest of this season’s results can be found down below.
Unfortunately, this season we...
Yet again, we had a great turnout this week of the Official Cleansweep! This week, we managed to attain a total of 56 bans. As we keep on progressing through the weeks, less hacker reports are to come which is why the number of bans are decreasing resulting in the fact we are removing those hackers at a quick pace. An enormous thanks to all who were present at any of our Official Cleansweep sessions this week. More details are below!
In previous operations, this has proven to be a successful option in eliminating hackers from the EU network; however, we are still looking into ways to make the operation even more successful. If you have any ideas for the Cleansweep, feel free to PM me (Freshly), Vigilo, MisiLica,...
Once again, we've had a very successful week of the Operation Cleansweep! We managed to get a total of 71 bans. There were some moments when there wasn't any OCS Crew available to host a session, which caused that we hosted 6 hours instead of the usual amount of 8 hours. That's probably why the amount of bans is a little lower than other weeks. However, we still managed to sweep away quite some hackers. Huge thanks to everyone who attended this Operation Cleansweep session, we are very grateful for your help. More details are below!
In previous operations, this has proven to be a successful option in eliminating hackers from the EU network; however, we are still looking into ways to make the operation even more successful. If you have any ideas for the Cleansweep, feel free to PM me...
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1.9, MCGamer, and You
It's been over a year since Minecraft 1.8 originally came out, and over two years since Minecraft 1.7 originally was released. As many of you probably know by now, Minecraft 1.9 is scheduled to be released on Monday, February 29.
1.9 is a very controversial update within communities like ours for one main reason: the drastic changes to the combat mechanics (hence why Mojang has dubbed it "The Combat Update"). Some people love the changes, some hate the changes, and some are rather indifferent. We've been tracking the development of 1.9 and internally updating our system for it for the past several months now. We thought originally that supporting 1.9 meant dropping support for 1.7/1.8, due to the...
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