Recent Reports
New Leaderboards
Posted by Kharris at 02:00 PM on June 11, 2013

Hypatia has new Leaderboards!

The old 'Top Reports' section of Hypatia has now been replaced by a vastly more robust leaderboard, allowing far more in-depth analysis of bosses. This new leaderboard allows you to view not just guilds, but also players, and even allows for filtering by calling. The leaderboard also now supports healing and absorbs, on top of the prior 'damage only' mode. And...just to add on to the rest of the release, we have added target filtering: Want to know who was the top warrior on Kain, while excluding damage-padding on husks? The new leaderboard can show you this.

On top of the new leaderboards, we have also released a new 'Player Search' feature, at the right side of every page. Just enter a player's name, and any public reports that they have participated in will be displayed, in a performance-oriented chart.

As always, if you encounter any issues, just post about them on our forums.

Scheduled Downtime: Report Uploading and Management
Posted by Kharris at 02:50 AM on April 15, 2013

Hypatia's report management system will be offline for the day of 4/15/2013 until 4:30pm PST. This will effect uploading and deleting reports, as well as restoring reports from the archive. During this period, new user registration will also be disabled. I will post here once this downtime is complete.

Why the downtime? Hypatia is moving! We have reached a stage where the current infrastructure is incapable of sustaining the load of everything that we want to do with the site. Luckily, thanks to our incredible community, we are now capable of moving to a much more robust server infrastructure, which we are doing today.

What does this mean for the site? It's about to get faster. We're going to be able to enhance your storage. And...we're about to unveil a large number of brand-new features to the site, which we haven't been able to release on our older hardware.

Stay tuned, great things are happening!

Update 4:41pm PST:

This downtime will last until 8:30pm. Thanks for bearing with us, folks, we're almost done!

Update 7:08pm PST:

This downtime is now complete. Report uploading and user registration are now re-enabled. Deletion of reports and restoring reports from the archive will become available over the next day, as we finish upgrading our archive system.

Welcome to the new server!
New Uploader
Posted by Kharris at 12:31 PM on February 14, 2013

We will be beta testing a new report uploader over the next week. While the old uploader was a Java applet, this new uploader requires Silverlight. This new uploader should be significantly faster than the old uploader, and should help us to continue optimizing Hypatia to handle the increased traffic flow that we have seen recently.

To upload, just log in and go to the 'Upload Combat Log' link on the left side of every page.

As always, if you encounter any issues, please post about them on our forums.

New Log Browser
Posted by Kharris at 05:12 PM on January 14, 2013

Due to the old log browser being broken, I have written an entirely new version of the log browser. This is a more advanced tool than some of the other tools on Hypatia, but for those who wish to do deep review of their data, it is incredibly powerful.

A quick demo from my guild's most recent kill of Twins in FT: ... c27&eid=22

As always, if you encounter any issues, feel free to post about them on the forums.

Realtime Client
Posted by Kharris at 09:31 AM on January 12, 2013

We have concluded the free trial period of Hypatia's realtime client. While we had originally stated that we would be giving a one-week demo, we have now given a full month of trial, to ensure that as many guilds as possible would get a chance to try it out. This has been incredibly successful, and we're happy to say that over half of the guilds using Hypatia have been using the realtime client for their reporting in the last three weeks.

That said, some of the guilds using the realtime client have only just started with it in the last week, or only recently began using Hypatia. Therefore, we have changed the policy to allow everyone to try the client out for a longer period of time. If you just started with the client, don't worry, we're not turning off your free access. From here on out, the client will be available for free trial for two weeks starting at the date of your first upload using it.

To allow for this change to our originally intended plans for the client, we have made changes to the client that required a new build to be released. Click below to get the new version: