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EVE Community Spotlight #9 - EVEMon

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Ifly Uwalk
Caldari State
#21 - 2012-11-10 20:35:07 UTC
My current skill plan is 652 days long. Ugh
CCP Phantom
C C P Alliance
#22 - 2012-11-10 21:22:33 UTC
Ifly Uwalk wrote:
My current skill plan is 652 days long. Ugh

That is less than 2 years! You will see: time flies if you are doing interesting things in EVE Big smile

I am confident that you can do it.

CCP Phantom - Senior Community Developer

Highauger's animated corpse
Jove Observation And Neutrality Negotiations Act
#23 - 2012-11-11 00:29:42 UTC
Serious props to all the developers of this wonderful tool over time!

Vera Algaert
Republic University
Minmatar Republic
#24 - 2012-11-11 08:28:43 UTC
EVEMon's biggest achievement is to ruin the lives of countless traders by sneakily including a (by default enabled) market uploader LolLolLol


Vaerah Vahrokha
Vahrokh Consulting
#25 - 2012-11-11 10:07:23 UTC
CCP Phantom wrote:
The EVE Community Spotlight focuses this time on one of the many incredible useful tools which were created by the EVE community over the years. In a true sandbox fashion, CCP provides the community with tools - such as an extensive API - and the community eagerly uses this opportunity to create amazing apps, program and websites. Amongst these tools only few are as popular and well developed as the program featured in this Spotlight. The ninth Spotlight is about EVEMon. Read more about the EVEMon in the Community Spotlight here.
Please review JEvEAssets, a true Gem of a Software, for me it's as essential as EvEMon is. Lead Developer for that is Golden Gnu, who also posted at the beginning of this thread.

So you want to be a Hero
#26 - 2012-11-11 11:16:01 UTC
We all remember our noob days in Eve; fresh out of WoW-mmo and after downloading and printing a giant stack of player made guides and manuals, making a skillplan on paper took me some nights and lots and lots of ink Bear

Later on Evemon and other programs like EFT opened the EvE universe even more for me as a noob then just playing the game, its spreadsheets online after all with a kewl chatbox interface.

Thank you very much for making EvE a little more convenient to see what you want to train for as a carreer.

Eve online is :

A) mining simulator B) glorified chatroom C) spreadsheets online

D) CCP Games Pay to Win at skill leveling, with instant gratification

Robertina Bering
#27 - 2012-11-11 20:37:41 UTC
I stopped using it 2+ years ago. Great tool anyway.
But. I've never heard about EVEMon-warriors :) So... the tool isn't as good as EFT :)
Interbus Universal
#28 - 2012-11-12 08:07:07 UTC
EVEmon is a fantastic tool and it has been greeting me whenever I start up my PC for the last three years. It is certainly the reason I never lost skill time because I forgot to fill the queue :)

Now, with EVEmon as an example for a useful, well-designed, performant tool, I'd like to mention something which is exactly the opposite, namely the available killboard software for EVE, which is EDK. As we all know, eve-kill is a steaming pile of fail these days, which is not wholly explained by their hardware issues. EDK was just never designed to hold millions of kills, and it scales very badly.

We need a new, modern killboard software. And if no one from the community can or will do it, then CCP needs to do it. That would actually be the best solution: a central, official killboard hosted by CCP and with a lot of additional functionality. Like, battle reports that actually tell the true story most of the time.


Brother Fox Corp
#29 - 2012-11-12 12:10:29 UTC
In fact at some points in time Desmont was so passionate that he spent whole days (literally) coding.

see: Larval Phase
Louis deGuerre
The Dark Tribe
#30 - 2012-11-12 22:48:31 UTC
EVEMon devs are awesome P
#31 - 2012-11-13 18:54:05 UTC
EVEMon I would be lost without it.

Just wanted to say a big thanks to those who develop and maintain it.

‘No, this isn't it at all. Make it more... psssshhhh’.

Lutz Major
Austriae Est Imperare Orbi Universo
#32 - 2012-11-17 20:06:32 UTC
Cudos to all developers and contributors to EveMon. Special thanks go to Desmont... if I'd won the latest 170 EuroMillions, I might have donated to 2.2M USD ...

Nah Big smile

Keep up the excelent work!!!
Pator Tech School
Minmatar Republic
#33 - 2012-11-18 21:09:04 UTC
I remember the days of keeping paper lists of what I was training, when it would finish. Remembering, of course, to be online when it finished to change skills or swapping skills to a longer one to ensure it didn't finish while I was at work. I remember to 2am wakeups to change skills.... Evemon changed all of that, it is a wonderful tool that is pretty much essential to play EvE with, most of my skill plans run out for 2 years, optomizing training w/o evemon is nearly impossible.
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