TS3: Sark Ojisan Server

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Sark Ojisan Serverのページを独立させたため、このページは更新されません。

最新情報については、sark.noob.jpをご覧ください。

 

 

Sark Ojisan Serverのページへようこそ。IRC Friend Chat #sark
Sark Ojisan Serverは、ピーク時に100人以上の方に利用されている常設のTeamSpeak 3 (TS3)テスト公開サーバです。
登録など必要なく一般の方にもご利用いただけます。当サーバでは、Temporary Channelの作成、チャンネルの固定化やアバター機能などが利用出来ます。Ventrioサーバは閉鎖しました。

サーバの障害情報
サーバーの仕様・詳細情報
常駐チャンネルのリクエスト

接続情報: Sark Ojisan Server Address: sark.dip.jp Port: 9987 Auto Connect
1st TS3 Server Address: 1st.sark.pw:9987 Auto Connect
2nd TS3 Server Address: 2nd.sark.pw:9987 Auto Connect

 

 

 

Sark Ojisan Server TeamSpeak 3 公開サーバ利用上の注意

  • サーバー接続後に「必ずお読みください」を必ずお読み下さい。重要なことが書かれています。
  • Temporary Channel (一時チャンネル) で部屋を建てる場合は、TS3鯖内の”Temporary Channels”以下の階層でお願いします。利用者が増えすぎたためTemporary Ch. の作成は中止しました。
  • TS3上部の目玉ボタンを押して空き室状況を確認して下さい (最新のバージョンでは押す必要はありません)
  • 当サーバを利用されることにより生ずる不利益について、一切責任を負いません。ご利用は自己責任でお願いします
  • 接続するにはTeamSpeak 3 Client β21 以上が必要です(As of June 2010)

連絡先

質問・苦情・迷惑行為の報告等は連絡先のページに書いてある電子メールやIRCまたはTeamSpeak 3を利用してサーバー管理者まで連絡して下さい

サーバー管理者

  • sark – サーバホスト
  • montagnesy – ウェブホスト
  • ago – アル中
  • haru_arc (arcenciel server) – 社畜
Address: sark.dip.jp
Port: 9987 自動接続


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    Sharon,How lovely for me to find your sopiurtpve and encouraging words here this afternoon! I understand relate to what you mean about part of you wishing to skip the pain while another part realizes that the act of moving through (or surviving) pain brings us to experience unexpected gifts. One advantage to having lived mid-way through my 6th decade is a clear understanding that allowing myself to lean into the pain (rather than avoid it at all costs) brings a greater recognition of and appreciation for the easy to overlook simple joys of life. One reason why I love SARK’s quote is because I’ve learned through experience how HEALING tears can be.Hugs and blessings,

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