Butterfly Emulator was the most stable emulator ever?

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I've always liked Butterfly, I've never had bad experiences with it, there are excellent emulators today, but I remember that Butterfly used to have more than 4000 connected users and today there are some emulators that can barely support 400 ... And you agree that Butterfly was the the most stable emulator that ever existed?
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To me, 68 days means 68 days without new features or changes to the codebase. It depends on your thinking I suppose.

Plus isn't the best, but I can run for 20 days easy with 100s of users, just as soon as I get to 20 days I know I'm slacking.

Also, I'm pretty sure Capostrikes emulator ran more than 4,000 for long durations, and Comet too - Comet has probably held more users I'd imagine?
 
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68 days means nothing if there's only 36 users online.
They had 600 users
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To me, 68 days means 68 days without new features or changes to the codebase. It depends on your thinking I suppose.

Plus isn't the best, but I can run for 20 days easy with 100s of users, just as soon as I get to 20 days I know I'm slacking.

Also, I'm pretty sure Capostrikes emulator ran more than 4,000 for long durations, and Comet too - Comet has probably held more users I'd imagine?
The comet server was tested with 6,000 users in a Brazilian hotel! It's a great emulator.
 
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