Service in unknow state
Does open test counts? If so, rRO was launched 1.07.2005 (http://www.raggame.ru/news.asp?id=421&board=1) Actually, there was a "test" for 2 years until they decided to start earning money from rRO.
Nope, the launch dates listed are when they went P2P. Thats how it was when i came along, so thats what i've been updating with. --Rikai 22:22, 7 March 2008 (MST)
Ummm, problem. idRO's listed "launch date" is October 2003, but that we just had a 5-year birthday event. So perhaps the correct one is May 2003. However, that wouldn't be following the conventions so far that we're listing the date they go P2P (which I don't know of, but am pretty sure it's not october 2003 either). Should I change it? --Steax 16:53, 23 May 2008 (MDT)
idRO's date was given to me specifically by the idRO GMs, confirmed by an idRO player. It could be wrong, but it doesn't seem very likely... --Rikai 05:46, 17 September 2008 (MDT)
The announcement for Template:Thread details an almost identical payment schedule as rRO's server(s). However, (afaik) kRO doesn't have its optional subscription available yet... Shouldn't they be listed the same if they have the same setup? Or should that wait until kRo actually has their full system up?
Regardless of similarities/differences, rRO is free to play, and it probably should not have N/A in that field. --Biochemistness-76 20:24, 27 June 2008 (MDT)
fRO is going to be f2p in the end of december, with premium account, like rRO 
- rRo server merge 29.01.2009 (http://www.raggame.ru/news.asp?id=815)
Afaik fRO is free (as in "Valkyrie" free) now.
On the 7th of july Burda-IC, actual licenser of euRO, announced a stop in contracting with Gravity the license renewal, a closing is supposed.
Gravity CIS announced a change of the licensor for the russian version of Ro (http://www.raggame.ru/news.asp?id=936&board=1) that will be "Ingamba LTD"
If this wiki is for iro-specific information, does it make sense to have detailed information that doesn't pertain to iRO? Things like servers that aren't iRO or non-iRO-specific features. If it doesn't make sense to have that here, shouldn't we either a) delete it or b) house it all on one page and explicitly say that the information will not be maintained? --Penciltea (talk) 18:40, 9 October 2014 (UTC)
I don't see the problem with having a single page that tracks other server statuses. We've had it for years, and it's nice to be able to compare iROs progress against the progress of other servers at a glance. Not really any other place on the internet that collects such information in one place. --Rikai (talk) 04:14, 27 October 2014 (UTC)