Welcome to STF

Welcome to STF, the best online Bulletin-board style Star Trek Role-Playing site on the internet. Founded in 1991, STF existed originally on the Prodigy "Classic" network, which provided a unique bulletin-board style format. While most RPG groups conduct their actions in live chat, which requires everyone to be online at the same time, or play-by-email, which requires sifting through many messages on your email account, the WeBB provides a central location for our RPG.

Latest news

Standardized Universal Report Forms

As we enter into the report season the SURFs are now up and operational for the first official use. Through many tests and revisions we have a final product, but as with every live launch of something new, there are no doubt going to be some hiccups so please give this feedback to your relevant Command Staff to pass on to the Internet Department or contact the Internet Department directly.

The new reports can be found at www.star-fleet.com/webb/command/reports which links to all the relevant forms for all the positions that submit monthly fleet report forms.

Please contact the IDept for any assistance in using the reports.

New Report Forms Discussion

Yes. They are often the bane of every XO/CO/GM/FComm and all the other poor folks who have to fill them in.
Yes. They are probably the least exciting part of STF.
No. You can't just shove them under the carpet.
But! They're important and necessary - so why not make that experience a little easier!

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Job Announcement

The Engineering Department is currently hiring a contract position for Project Lead of the Newer New Navy Plan Project.

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STF moves to new server

Ladies and Gents,

Over the last 48 hours, many of you would have noticed that STF was offline. This was due to WeBBspace causing too much load on the server. In order to be fair to other customers that shared the server, Pair decided to take WeBBspace offline. Unfortunately for us, there was no prior warning - just an email that was sent out when their system blocked access to WeBBspace.

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Server outage

Earlier today, WeBBspace was disabled by STF's web host. Further investigation by Jack Dipper and Larry Garfield determined that our host felt we were drawing too many CPU resources, and so to keep us from overloading the server blocked access to the directory where the code is stored.

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