INL sTaTbOy! Archives
The sTaTbOy! Archives contain all sorts of information about and statistics on games, teams, and players of past and current INL seasons.
INL Hall of Twink and RewlWhich players are the best of the best (or the worst of the worst)? Browse through the All-time Individual Records and other interesting statistics gathered since the Fall 1993 season. The current season statistics are not represented.
Pre-sTaTbOy! yearsInformation is available for the following seasons:
- Spring 1992 (roster list only)
- Summer 1992 (roster list only)
- Spring 1993 (roster list only)
- Summer 1993 (roster list only)
Andy Mueller years
- Fall 1993, won by 7 Samurai.
- Winter 1993, won by ??.
- Spring 1994 does not exist because Winter 1993 ran over.
- Summer 1994, won by The Zoo.
- Fall 1994, won by ??.
Greg Dearing year
- Spring 1995, won by ??.
- Summer 1995, won by Monster Maggots!!
Dave Ahn year
- Fall 1995, won by The Babes.
- Spring 1996, won by 99 Cent Value Deal.
Jan Sandorf years
- Summer 1996, won by Tool Time.
- Fall 1996, won by Golden Bears.
- Spring 1997, won by The Force.
- Summer 1997, won by ??.
- Fall 1997, won by Good Fellas (??).
- Spring 1998, won by Good Fellas.
- Summer 1998, won by Hooked on Ebonics.
- Fall 1998, won by Team Fuck You.
- Spring 1999, won by Symphony Of Destruction.
- Summer 1999, won by Team w00bie.
History of the sTaTbOy! Archives
The information here, particularly the early history, may not be entirely accurate. -Dave
The INL sTaTbOy!'s have been archiving statistics on games ever since the conception of the INL in probably Fall 1991 or Spring 1992. Initially, basic statistics, such as roster lists and team rankings/polls, were recorded each season. I'm not even sure if the currently available statistics (such as Passing Wind's PWstats) were in existence back then, and it seems likely that the sTaTbOy! title and responsibilities were not seen as a separate "entity" from the INL and INL Council.
In Fall 1993, Andy Mueller was officially granted the sTaTbOy! title, and he expanded the archive to include PW statistics, game results, official and unofficial rankings, and other information, such as season schedules and team roster lists. The sTaTbOy! archives were probably accessible only through FTP initially, since the World Wide Web was still in its infancy.
Around this time, King Crimson wrote and submitted KCstats package to the sTaTbOy!. This KCstats package parsed the PWstat results of each game and organized the statistics on a per-individual basis. I'm not sure if this package was available to Andy, but it was available to his successor.
Greg Dearing (Porkchop) took over the prestigious title in Spring 1995. During his year, Greg invested a lot of time to make the sTaTbOy! archives more useful and less time consuming. There were modifications and additions to the existing polls, some of which were based on ranking formulas discussed on the Usenet newsgroup rec.games.netrek. The process of adding official game results to the archives became almost completely automated. To make the statistics more readily accessible in a more visually appealing manner, Greg placed the archives on the World Wide Web. Due to time constraints, however, he retired from his esteemed position in Fall 1995, thereby passing the torch to me, Dave Ahn.
Since Sept 1995, I've expanded the sTaTbOy! archives to include game summaries, recordings, and images. In Jan 1996, the INL Home Page and the sTaTbOy! archives were merged and Jan Sandorf took over.echo "