I've updated the wiki software to the latest version, updated and improved the anti-spam system as there was an issue with the Captcha. Also added blacklisting from a few external databases so hopefully that will stop the majority of the spam.
Also deleted a lot of the spam pages, I'll get round to all the spam accounts shortly.
--Dargrotek 16:35, 12 September 2012 (UTC)
Since we first opened this site back in the early months of 2008 a lot has changed in the RFO scene. Servers have shut down, opened merged, the rare patch here and there but as a whole the community has shrunk hugely since we first started. While fingers won't be pointed about how things have died on a game with such huge potential, the time has come for us to eventually close our doors.
This site was never intended to make a profit but instead to provide a community resource that just did not exist at the time. Since CodeMasters closed the doors on their servers the number of visitors coming here has slowly tailed off. As of today, there will be no further development on our part relating to this site. It will of course stay open till the domain expires next year in which you are all still free to contribute if you wish. If things pick up we will consider extending it, however given the trend it seems unlikely.
In the mean time I will be working on some personal projects, but will still pop on here from time to time to keep an eye on things.
--Dargrotek 19:48, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
So things have kind of died down around here since Code Masters shut down the RFO servers. In the time since then CCR have opened up their own servers in place of them, however the lag issues with them are horrific to say the least. In the mean time I will update bits here and there while playing on other servers till CCR get the issues fixed out (if they ever do).
Still feel free to contribute I know a lot of people play RF POA, so feel free to add if you want to. Just remember if its their own custom content just leave note so people don't get confused.
--Dargrotek 23:22, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
Taken from the CM-RFO Website RF-Onlinegame.com
"RF Online European Game Servers To Close
It is with much sadness that today we announce our intention to close the European and North American RF Online game servers operated by Codemasters.
Our licence for RF Online is due to expire shortly and unfortunately, despite several weeks of negotiations with CCR, the Korean developers of the title, we have not been able to reach an agreement to renew the contract.
This means that Codemasters will no longer have the right to operate the service in the Western territories it currently provides service in and therefore we are obliged to shut down all associated game services before the licence expires.
The last full day of service will be 9th November, 2008. All RF Online world servers will shut down on the morning of Monday 10th November, UK time.
The purchase of credits is now no longer available to ensure all players have the opportunity to spend their remaining Novus credits in game. Likewise, the creation of new RF Online game accounts/subscriptions is now disabled. For further information, please see our RF Online Closing Down FAQ in the forums.
RF Online was Codemasters Online's first MMO service and we have been very proud of its development and success during its three years of existence. It was also one of the first Eastern-style MMORPGs to ever make it to Western market and do well and it's with much fondness that we look back and remember these achievements.
We'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who declared their allegiance and gave us their support with RF Online over the past few years and especially, to thank all the players who spent countless hours with us in Novus.
The Codemasters Online Team"