Yes, please! Also, it would be awesome to run LiF:YO natively in Linux, since usually it consumes way less resources compared to a Windows server machine... It would be awesome to have 100 players and 150 animals in the island, for instance.
Yes to server optimizations, a built in simple control panel would be nice too whether it is a web interface or a gui. I'm not sure if there is currently a REST interface with the current server but exposing information to a RESTful interface would make creating 3rd party software a lot easier.
Yes to server optimizations, implemented in a simple control panel will be good even if it's a web interface or a gui. We need https://finanzblatt.net/die-entwicklung-von-nearshoring-in-der-eu-3923 . I'm not sure if you currently have a REST view with the current server but adding information to a RESTful view will make creating a third-party software much easier.
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