Hi, I'm working atm at a faster way to distribute the maps to the server admins, but this is a task which goes far beyond the work one person can master in his spare time. To give you a general idea how I thought it could work: 1) A central repository for the latest versions of maps, accessible automatically for the main server admins via rsync or semiautomatically by ftp / http via maplists based on category 2) A mailing list which sends out notifications to server admins which participate in the "program" 3) People adopt a specific category of maps... like small maps, big maps etc. They make sure that those maps are always current in the central repository and that the maplist for those maps is also current. If there is an update the make sure that the old map is removed, the new map added and that a mailing is send out to those people wanting the mapcategory 4) Mappers would upload their maps incl. some additional information to a central place with a STRICT naming standard which makes it easy to track versions. A lot of this is already in place here.. Questions are: would the mappers take up such an idea? would the server admins take up such an idea? would tf2maps take up such an idea? would we find volunteers to take up the work and support the infrastructure? I'm happy to supply some infrastructure behind it, incl a tf2 server. I have atm 1.9 GB BSP files from maps on that server but I can't keep up the work hunting for maps, categorizing them etc.. on my own, plus I don't have the skills which would allow me to automate a lot of the tedious task. What do you guys think?