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Dear Code - your THE NEW HALAIMA CODE OF CONDUCT

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Lan Wang
Federal Navy Academy
Gallente Federation
#61 - 2016-10-08 01:20:24 UTC
actually, code. where is james315, can we get a response from him in this thread?

Domination Nephilim - Angel Cartel

Calm down miner. As you pointed out, people think they can get away with stuff they would not in rl... Like for example illegal mining... - Ima Wreckyou*

Bumblefck
Kerensky Initiatives
#62 - 2016-10-08 02:09:32 UTC
Yeah, would be nice getting a statement from the biggest rule breaker in all of New Eden


I am now going to attempt to play Quantum Break and watch Westworld at the same time

Let us see if that gets a response from Jimmy boy

Perfection is a dish best served like wasabi .

Bumble's Space Log

Dom Arkaral
Bannheim
Cuttlefish Collective
#63 - 2016-10-08 02:37:27 UTC
Lan Wang wrote:
actually, code. where is james315, can we get a response from him in this thread?

if you want some form of answer from him, mail him.
because RL and stuff > EVE :P

Tear Gatherer. Quebecker. Has no Honer. Salt Harvester.

Broadcast 4 Reps -- YOU ARE NOT ALONE, EVER

Instigator of the First ISD Thunderdome

CCL Loyalist

Lan Wang
Federal Navy Academy
Gallente Federation
#64 - 2016-10-08 08:52:42 UTC
Dom Arkaral wrote:
Lan Wang wrote:
actually, code. where is james315, can we get a response from him in this thread?

if you want some form of answer from him, mail him.
because RL and stuff > EVE :P


What's rl gotta do with this? He has plenty of time to count his investors and post on the forums, besides he doesn't reply to mails, maybe yours but no anyone else's :P

Domination Nephilim - Angel Cartel

Calm down miner. As you pointed out, people think they can get away with stuff they would not in rl... Like for example illegal mining... - Ima Wreckyou*

Vimsy Vortis
Shoulda Checked Local
Break-A-Wish Foundation
#65 - 2016-10-08 09:00:35 UTC
Chiana Moro wrote:
As much as I "haul" my Cynabal.

It is well understood that transporting anything through highsec without due care and attention is a violation of the new halaima code of conduct.
Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri
Dreamweb Industries
Novus Ordo.
#66 - 2016-10-08 10:28:38 UTC
Lan Wang wrote:
What's rl gotta do with this? He has plenty of time to count his investors and post on the forums, besides he doesn't reply to mails, maybe yours but no anyone else's :P


It's no easy job, being the Saviour of Highsec. As much as I'd love to, say, send a letter to the president of my country and get a personal reply, it's unlikely to hapen, regardless of whether I want to praise his awesomeness or tell him what an ass he is. If the matter of the message is serious enough, there's a good chance I'll get a reply from his office, though - these guys are obliged to read all the correspondence.

James 315 reads all his evemails, but it's entirely up to him to choose the medium for his response, or to respond at all. This goes for everyone, including my humble self. If you want to speak to James directly, he always responds to evemails and convos concerning the alliance business, and you can make an amazing career in the New Order - our doors are open. If you'd like to be mentioned on the minerbumping blog, you can become a shareholder or pay a sufficient tribute in tears - there are special blog posts for that, too.

Agent of the New Order

Live by the Code - die by the Code.

The Voice of Highsec

Pretagos Omilas
Made in Wormhole Space
#67 - 2016-10-08 11:12:25 UTC
Lan Wang wrote:
(...)
you aint even in code so dont post here like you are some sort of agent, your a wannabe like the other guys who keep pedalling code crap. you wanna be relevant, join code then we can all laugh at you


Can I interest you in some more important official documents to read before making wrong assumptions:
> http://www.minerbumping.com/p/become-agent.html

It'll explain to you that there is no need for someone to be in CODE. alliance to be an enforcer of the code. Especially this part should interest you: Everyone in EVE who takes any action to support our cause is an Agent of the New Order.

Bumblefck
Kerensky Initiatives
#68 - 2016-10-08 13:21:44 UTC
Pretagos Omilas wrote:
Lan Wang wrote:
(...)
you aint even in code so dont post here like you are some sort of agent, your a wannabe like the other guys who keep pedalling code crap. you wanna be relevant, join code then we can all laugh at you


Can I interest you in some more important official documents to read before making wrong assumptions:
> http://www.minerbumping.com/p/become-agent.html

It'll explain to you that there is no need for someone to be in CODE. alliance to be an enforcer of the code. Especially this part should interest you: Everyone in EVE who takes any action to support our cause is an Agent of the New Order.





And everybody who partakes of any actions in highsec (including but not limited to actions relating to Code enforcement) should carry their permit proudly as a badge of legitimacy.

Perfection is a dish best served like wasabi .

Bumble's Space Log

Sasha Nemtsov
Federal Navy Academy
Gallente Federation
#69 - 2016-10-08 21:10:47 UTC
Bumblefck wrote:


And everybody who partakes of any actions in highsec (including but not limited to actions relating to Code enforcement) should carry their permit proudly as a badge of legitimacy.


An interesting point, Bumblefck. Supporters outside the CODE. Alliance would be well advised to sport a permit - in order to prevent erroneous interference.

The exception in my own case is my scout, for reasons which I'm sure are obvious. He doesn't carry a Permit but we are a community and some of the local enforcers are aware of him. In any case, if I lost a ship to a comrade I'd have a good laugh about it!

When I returned to the game after a ~6 month break, the first thing I did was to buy a Permit for Sasha from one of my CODE. heroes; Mr Salah ad-Din Al-Jawahiri (First of His Name). He graciously obliged.
Bumblefck
Kerensky Initiatives
#70 - 2016-10-08 21:35:09 UTC
I posit that any and all individuals - both those inside the CODE. Alliance and associated groups and everybody else, those enforcing the CODE and those living by it (though, of course, the ideal is that one is doing both) - require a permit to operate within high space within the bounds of the NHCC. I feel it in my fingers; I feel it in my toes.

Perfection is a dish best served like wasabi .

Bumble's Space Log

Lawrence Lawton
The Lawton School for Pubbies Who Can't Mine Good
Novus Ordo.
#71 - 2016-12-02 18:27:50 UTC
The Code is a venerable document which is the framework of modern Code enforcement practices. It is not an exhaustive list of all Laws, and is not intended to be. Since the Code is a living, breathing document, it's not possible to fully enumerate all of the rules.

Modern Code enforcement practices are the product of years of daily updates by our Saviour in response to the happenings in His territory. Correct interpretation often requires the involvement of a Code scholar. Every now and then, James 315 will make a seminal post which has an enormous effect, such as these:

Fair Warning
"All miners are deemed to have read the Code."

Who You Gonna Call? Part 2
"They don't need a "warning" before they get ganked. They've already been warned. Carebears of highsec, the time for warnings is over. The time for payment has come"

Yes, All Freighters Need Mining Permits
"...every freighter and jump freighter found in highsec without a mining permit is subject to immediate termination."

We understand that many miners are have neither the inclination nor ability to become scholars of the Code. No doubt with these types in mind, Agent Rabe Raptor created The Law of Highsec, a practical supplement to The Code which lists specific violations.

It is safe to assume that:
- All activities in highsec require a permit
- You must always fit a strong tank on your ship
- You must always pay attention to your surroundings and be at your keyboard
- You must strive to avoid even the appearance of being AFK or botting

My best advice for the average capsuleer is to approach your local Agent with deference, purchase a permit to demonstrate your goodwill and support of our cause, and feel free to ask questions. Our Agents all have the resources to help you make informed choices.
Cassius Haken
Science and Trade Institute
Caldari State
#72 - 2016-12-02 21:11:20 UTC  |  Edited by: Cassius Haken
Code reminds me of what Calgacus (quoted by Tacitus) had to say about the Romans:

"Auferre, trucidare, rapere, falsis nominibus imperium; atque, ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant."

"To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace."

Whatever the validity of the historical fact of this quote, the meaning is pretty clear.
pushdogg
relocation LLC.
#73 - 2016-12-02 22:03:50 UTC
I think the real point here is, The CODE. always wins. Always.
Benson en Efnyssen
Celtic Anarchy
Dead Terrorists
#74 - 2016-12-02 23:11:12 UTC
Cassius Haken wrote:
Code reminds of what Calgacus (quoted by Tacitus) had to say about the Romans:

"Auferre, trucidare, rapere, falsis nominibus imperium; atque, ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant."

"To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace."

Whatever the validity of the historical fact of this quote, the meaning is pretty clear.


Que?

The people don't appreciate the CODE. and how its actually beneficial for us all. I personally support all their hard work.

The historical context has some evidence, apparently in the famous Leonardo Da Vinci mural painting there is a hidden homage to a basic and primitive version of the CODE. We have today.
Ralph King-Griffin
New Eden Tech Support
#75 - 2016-12-02 23:47:03 UTC
Cassius Haken wrote:
Code reminds of what Calgacus (quoted by Tacitus) had to say about the Romans:

"Auferre, trucidare, rapere, falsis nominibus imperium; atque, ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant."

"To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace."

Whatever the validity of the historical fact of this quote, the meaning is pretty clear.

well there is an old Irish saying that i feel is a little more apt
"many a time a mans mouth has broken his nose"
given the npc posting i think you know why too
Wanda Fayne
#76 - 2016-12-03 00:18:55 UTC
Whenever I see a bunch of people quoting laws and debating rules, I can't help but to think that bunch as stuffy old politicians in wooden pews slamming their fists on tables shouting "hurr durr hurr" while some gaunt white-wigged man with a gavel shouts "order in the house!".

Hmmm...

"Gobbledygook! Gobbledygook!"

*slinks back into the gallery with the other shameless gawking observers*

"your comments just confirms this whole idea is totally pathetic" -Lan Wang-

  • - "hub humping station gamey neutral logi warspam wankery" -Ralph King-Griffin-
Shallanna Yassavi
Imperial Academy
Amarr Empire
#77 - 2016-12-03 00:25:06 UTC
I would say "Go out and melt their faces," but cats aren't very satisfying to explode.

A signature :o

Cassius Haken
Science and Trade Institute
Caldari State
#78 - 2016-12-03 00:50:19 UTC
Benson en Efnyssen wrote:
Cassius Haken wrote:
Code reminds of what Calgacus (quoted by Tacitus) had to say about the Romans:

"Auferre, trucidare, rapere, falsis nominibus imperium; atque, ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant."

"To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace."

Whatever the validity of the historical fact of this quote, the meaning is pretty clear.


Que?

The people don't appreciate the CODE. and how its actually beneficial for us all. I personally support all their hard work.

The historical context has some evidence, apparently in the famous Leonardo Da Vinci mural painting there is a hidden homage to a basic and primitive version of the CODE. We have today.


How is having a glorified mafia running amok in high-sec beneficial? my problem isnĀ“t the activity of bumping or ganking, ****, even extortion in fine, this is eve for **** sakes. But they should be at least honest about itheir true intention: wanting to mine and harass miners for the sheer fun of it. No, instead what you get is a pseudo-religion based on worshiping a conman.

Ralph King-Griffin wrote:
well there is an old Irish saying that i feel is a little more apt
"many a time a mans mouth has broken his nose"
given the npc posting i think you know why too



Well, you cannot blame me for being careful, since even criticizing the Jame 315 Cult is punishable by drawing unwanted attention to oneself.
Bumblefck
Kerensky Initiatives
#79 - 2016-12-03 01:19:06 UTC
Lawrence Lawton wrote:

It is safe to assume that:
- All activities in highsec require a permit




Just so. Perhaps you could send a memorandum to the Glorious Leader and your colleagues about obtaining such a permit so that they may remain CODE.-compliant?

Perfection is a dish best served like wasabi .

Bumble's Space Log

Ralph King-Griffin
New Eden Tech Support
#80 - 2016-12-03 01:40:17 UTC
Cassius Haken wrote:

Well, you cannot blame me for being careful, since even criticizing the Jame 315 Cult is punishable by drawing unwanted attention to oneself.

hmmmm im pretty sure i can though, i said the same thing to the lad that started the thread an lo and behold, i am still whole.