Unfortunately I've never seen a complete list of the available commands, I usually look them up directly in the Sauer source code, which comes for free when you install the game. This might be daunting at first but you get to tune every single detail of the game so let me show you how to find these commands:
locate the folder where you installed Sauerbraten. Source files are there. What you want to open is the file src/shared/command.h
around line 262 you'll find this:
// nasty macros for registering script functions, abuses globals to avoid excessive infrastructure
#define _VAR(name, global, min, cur, max, persist) int global = variable(#name, min, cur, max, &global, NULL, persist)
#define VARN(name, global, min, cur, max) _VAR(name, global, min, cur, max, 0)
#define VARNP(name, global, min, cur, max) _VAR(name, global, min, cur, max, IDF_PERSIST)
#define VARNR(name, global, min, cur, max) _VAR(name, global, min, cur, max, IDF_OVERRIDE)
#define VAR(name, min, cur, max) _VAR(name, name, min, cur, max, 0)
#define VARP(name, min, cur, max) _VAR(name, name, min, cur, max, IDF_PERSIST)
#define VARR(name, min, cur, max) _VAR(name, name, min, cur, max, IDF_OVERRIDE)
basically all Sauer commands that you can call are declared using "VARN", "VARNP", "VARNR", etc...
these command declarations are scattered around a few files in the Sauerbraten source files, so fire up your favorite text editor or IDE and have it search among all files in the "src" folder and subfolders for lines of text starting with "VARN", "VARNP", "VARNR" and so on.
For example you might stumble upon these lines in the file scoreboard.cpp:
Now you just found the commands "scoreboard2d", "showserverinfo", "showclientnum", "showpj", etc.. and according to the "VARP" declaration we have seen before the 3 numbers following the name of the command are the minimum value, current value and maximum value the command can accept.
There's plenty of commands. Some are useful, some are not. Have fun hunting them down.
I wanted to share my impressions for this team tournament as a referee. To me it was a fun and successful tournament. First of all i was happy to see a mix team which is awesome because they seem to be keen to get improved and have the fun of competition. Again more teams = more fun and more changes to play against players with your level and of course get better.
Secondly i was happy to see Novi coming back. When i started sauer Novi was my favorite clan and i am excited see them playing again.
Third think i liked it was the participation and the fun. Load of teams for sauer standards and even though i didn't have a chance to play it was fun watching it.