As we have a copy of Cauldron, we should be able to launch Alice 1.7.
However, Vincent 1.8 is in trouble... if we are not able to use Bukkit, then we may not be able to run several worlds (or do a lot of other things). We would have to run vanilla Minecraft and we could only have one overworld; plus, all the Minecart stuff would break.
As you may have noticed the Alice server has been unavailable for around a week or so. This is due to an issue with dimensional doors that is not rectifiable. So this only leaves us with the option to remove the mod from the server so that it continues operation opposed to downtime.
Removal shall take place on Thursday 28th August.
Please report below on what you will lose and we will try our best to sort out refunding.
For the first time in SKCraft history I am proud to announce the chance for you to join in the development of the Alice 1.7 modpack by helping us test it! You will be granted a beta key which allows special access to the beta server along with extra forum access. The forum access will be used to report any issues/bugs or generally strange behaviour that you have not previously experienced.
In order to be granted one of the 10 keys available you must private message me stating you interest in participation. It may take 1-2days for your key to be received.
Alice and Vincent should now be online again with their same old addresses. However, if the old addresses do not work for you, use alice.skcraft.com and vincent.skcraft.com.
The servers are now in North America whereas the servers were previously in Germany. If you're in Europe, you should still get around ~100ms ping to the server, and for a lot of other people, their ping should improve.
The ComputerCraft FTP server and IDE should also work, although it may take up to 24 hours for the FTP server's address to update for you.
Getting excited about the upcoming Alice 1.7 modpack? We are too, thats why we are looking for some extra hands to help compile and configure the modpack. You do not have to be technically minded although prior knowledge of git does help.
If this opportunity tickles your fancy drop me a PM about the experience you have with the minecraft modding scene!