First Group Event for the “Real BOFH” Steam Group, January 8 2011

The Steam group “Real BOFH” is organizing it’s first Team Fortress 2 event. Titled “Welcome to 2011 and let’s kill some lusers”, we’re going to assemble together on the event’s Steam page on Saturday, January 8th at 1900 GMT. We’ll monitor the comments section for the event to find a good public server to congregate on. Hopefully one with low ping for the majority of our members, however since our membership spreads from the Western US to Eastern Europe, that might be a little difficult.Yes, organizing the event is kinda low-tech and shoe-string, but we’ll just roll with it for now.

If you’re committed to the group, you can add the tag >BOFH< to the end of your nick. Let everyone know that yes, you are a BOFH. Perhaps we can start a >PFY< group for those among us that are still working the help desk.

If the group can get off the ground we hope to organize our own private dedicated server and who knows what else. IRC channel? Mailing list? Private island? Secret handshake? The possibilities are limitless.

Remember to check the Real BOFH blog for updates.


  1. cyberbofh

    January 6, 2011 at 3:39 pm

    Don’t tell them about the secret handshake!! 😉

    ..first we aim for fun, killing lusers together..
    Later on, with enough people playing together on regular base, we can think about our own Ventrilo/TeamSpeak server and game server.


    • Wesley.Nonapeptide

      January 6, 2011 at 5:35 pm

      The secret handshake must remain secret for now, I guess. *sigh*

      Being the geek that I am, I’m hoping we get popular just so I can tinker with a game server. =)


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