Welcome to the month that was August and the Joint Fleet Command Report! After Obsidian Day, naturally this month’s report is going to be a bit quieter. Still, it’s been a good month with plenty of news to share! In this month’s report … Fleet Council News IFS2 News Projects Update JFC Update So without […]

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The Fleet Council has recently passed a new proposal. This proposal enables the Joint Fleet Command to form and disband what we’re calling “Projects”. These Projects will allow us to set up a working group with a specific brief to look at a particular aspect of the fleet. As Admiral Sharr announced on Obsidian Day, […]

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Wow, what a month it’s been for the Joint Fleet Command and the Fleet. Hello IFS2 The most notable event of this month has been the launch of the new Fleet logo and IFS2, the platform for our new website. You’ll find it at http://obsidianfleet.tech for now. We’re busy developing more new features over the […]

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To celebrate the 16th anniversary of the creation of Obsidian Fleet, we held our first ever Obsidian Day on Saturday, July 29th. If you missed it, here’s a quick rundown of what you missed on the announcements side. We announced the Task Force Executive Officer role and the first people to fill those positions. Congratulations […]

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Welcome to IFS2

After several months of planning and development, Obsidian Fleet is proud to unveil the successor to our Integrated Fleet Management System, or IFS for short. IFS has been used across the Star Trek PBeM genre since we released it as open source in 2001. This is IFS2.

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