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Brad
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Join Date: May 2004
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2022-06-23, 19:28

Oh, do continue to mine and craft as usual! When I perform the updates and trims, my plan is to shut down the game, download the world from T's server to my local machine, clear those smaller chunks locally using Amulet, upload back to T's server, and start it all back up. That should preserve everything you do right up to the last second, assuming you aren't working in a chunk that's about to get deleted.

I have my resource pack ready for the most part. I've compared the two releases and found there are lots of tiny changes since 1.18.x, but most are irrelevant to the kinds of things I like to clean up. The only noteworthy resources that I've changed are a couple of buckets (tadpole and snow), a new music disc, and the new mangrove logs, planks, and signs. I'll probably scrub through everything one last time looking for any nuisances to address, but I think that's it for now. Since they hired new artists a couple years ago, the default textures in Minecraft have gotten much better overall, IMO. You can see my recent changes here: https://github.com/infinitewarp/anmc...k/commits/1.19

Unless anyone wants to wait, I was thinking about running through the updates this weekend, though I was hoping Optifine would be ready by then. There are still no preview builds, but last Saturday (June 18) their Twitter account said "1.19 is now 60% complete. (fixing settings)" … but nothing since. 🤷‍♂️ It'll probably be ready in the next couple of weeks anyway. So, you guys just let me know if you'd prefer to wait or not. I haven't been using Optifine with my local 1.19, instead trying out some alternate performance and graphics rendering mods, but of course Optifine is still the reigning champ.

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2022-06-24, 07:46

The thing I rely on OptiFine for mostly is its dynamic lighting, so living without it for a couple of weeks wouldn't be a dealbreaker (though it would make me tread more carefully in the new caverns).

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Since they hired new artists a couple years ago, the default textures in Minecraft have gotten much better overall, IMO. You can see my recent changes here: https://github.com/infinitewarp/anmc...k/commits/1.19
How did banner patterns never have an icon before? Seems like an oversight on Mojang's end now that I see it. Great idea!

So it goes.
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Brad
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2022-06-25, 16:02

When I update the server to 1.19, I may actually install a modded server. I will limit any mods to fixes and optimizations that do not require modded clients. So, you shouldn't notice anything different.

Why?

There's been a lot of talk recently of Microsoft's intrusive and risky chat monitoring and reporting changes that they've already made to Realms servers and will be coming to self-hosted servers in 1.19.1. One of the mods I intend to install will disable that functionality in the server because we're not a public server and I trust we can self-moderate just fine. Sadly, Microsoft doesn't seem to trust server operators to configure this kind of setting themselves, and "vanilla" servers have no way to opt out.

What's so bad about this new chat moderation? It's ripe for troll abuse and results in a player's account being disabled everywhere for any kind of play, not just the walled-gardened Realms servers.



I don't want us to risk even accidentally triggering one of these reports.

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2022-06-25, 16:27

I'm good with it. All I ask is we ensure mcstatus is not blocked. I'm still running an older version because it still works, but it monitors the server with my Zabbix monitoring server so I can see if it goes down, etc.

The more vanilla we are the better, simply because if I have to do the updates I don't want to have to completely relearn that build. So, some simple docs in the "current" directory should be fine.

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2022-06-25, 16:53

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Nice! There's just one new biome topside (mangrove swamp) but maybe we should trim anyways to get maximum Deep Dark / Ancient City areas underground.

Here's a new map with the additional areas requested - it's just keeping new rail and lookout towers, really:

One final request on the prune. Please add r.-5.2 to the list to keep.

r.-6.0 is still good to be deleted.
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2022-06-25, 17:28

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There's been a lot of talk recently of Microsoft's intrusive and risky chat monitoring and reporting changes that they've already made to Realms servers and will be coming to self-hosted servers in 1.19.1.

I don't want us to risk even accidentally triggering one of these reports.
Such a weird, overreaching, solution in search of a problem thing. Microsoft seemed to be loosening up in the last few years too, but this is straight up biblical era Microsoft. Thanks for being proactive and on top of this madness.

So it goes.
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Brad
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2022-06-25, 18:06

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One final request on the prune. Please add r.-5.2 to the list to keep.

r.-6.0 is still good to be deleted.
Sure thing! I'm updating my list now.
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Brad
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2022-06-25, 20:54

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The more vanilla we are the better, simply because if I have to do the updates I don't want to have to completely relearn that build. So, some simple docs in the "current" directory should be fine.
I've written the following script/doc that I'll copy to the server when I update. I've put as many relevant links in here as I could find. Sharing now in case you want to read about things ahead of time.

"No Chat Reports" is the only mod that's really necessary for the aforementioned moderation/reporting issue, but I've included these others because they're all great performance enhancers, and who doesn't want reduced IO, memory, and CPU load? They should all be fully compatible with vanilla, un-modded clients. I've been testing them locally, and everything seems to work as advertised. Also, these are all very popular mods; so, I expect they're pretty stable.
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# Fabric server and mods.
# https://github.com/FabricMC
# https://fabricmc.net/
# https://fabricmc.net/wiki/start
# https://fabricmc.net/wiki/install

# Download Minecraft Server Launcher
# https://fabricmc.net/use/server/
curl -OJ https://meta.fabricmc.net/v2/version...1.0/server/jar

mkdir mods
cd ./mods

# No Chat Reports
# https://modrinth.com/mod/no-chat-reports
# https://github.com/Aizistral-Studios/No-Chat-Reports
# https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft...o-chat-reports
# Strips cryptographic signatures from player messages, making it impossible to track and associate them with your Mojang/Microsoft account, as well as use Player Chat Reporting feature.
# Only Server: Clients will still attach signatures when sending messages to the server, but the server will strip them before relaying messages to other players. This way Chat Reporting will not work for any players that join. Players with "Only Show Secure Chat" option enabled in Chat Settings will not be able to read player messages.
wget https://cdn.modrinth.com/data/qQyHxf....19-v1.2.1.jar

# Debugify
# https://modrinth.com/mod/debugify
# https://github.com/isXander/Debugify
# https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/mc-mods/debugify
# Debugify is a project that fixes over 70 bugs found on the bug tracker in Minecraft.
# List of bugs fixed: https://github.com/isXander/Debugify...ver-side-both=
wget https://cdn.modrinth.com/data/QwxR6G...abric-1.19.jar

# Lithium
# https://modrinth.com/mod/lithium
# https://github.com/CaffeineMC/lithium-fabric
# Lithium is a modern, general-purpose optimization mod for Minecraft which works to improve a number of systems (game physics, mob AI, block ticking, etc) with the goal of not changing any vanilla mechanics.
# Lithium is a free and open-source Minecraft mod which works to optimize many areas of the game in order to provide better overall performance. It works on both the client and server, and doesn't require the mod to be installed on both sides.
# Configuration options: https://github.com/CaffeineMC/lithiu...iguration-File
wget https://cdn.modrinth.com/data/gvQqBU...1.19-0.8.0.jar

# FerriteCore
# https://modrinth.com/mod/ferrite-core
# https://github.com/malte0811/FerriteCore
# https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft...ds/ferritecore
# This mod reduces the memory usage of Minecraft in a few different ways.
# Description of improvements: https://github.com/malte0811/Ferrite....19/summary.md
wget https://cdn.modrinth.com/data/uXXizF...0.0-fabric.jar

# Starlight
# https://modrinth.com/mod/starlight
# https://github.com/PaperMC/Starlight
# https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/mc-mods/starlight
# Fabric mod for rewriting the light engine to fix lighting performance and lighting errors.
# Technical details: https://github.com/PaperMC/Starlight...CAL_DETAILS.md
wget https://cdn.modrinth.com/data/H8CaAY...ic.ae22326.jar

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