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GoldSnake for CSM XII

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GoldSnake
Oblivion Watch
HYDRA RELOADED
#1 - 2017-02-08 09:13:45 UTC  |  Edited by: GoldSnake
Greetings,

I'm GoldSnake, badposter of r/eve and loser of expensive ships. I will try to keep this short and sweet, you have many other, more riveting CSM applications to read.


Who am I:

I started playing eve in 2007 rolling trial accounts every few months flying a rifter to delve to catch a glimpse of BoB capital fleet. I never did. In 2009 I made "the teddybear" to scam an industry corp out of harvester drones, which I never did. Then in late 2014 I bought the pilot "GoldSnake" who has become my main for the last two and a half years.

What is my focus?

Null security space and larger scale fighting, ship hulls battleships and larger.

What do I want to accomplish if elected:

I plan to introduce a defender system for sov warfare, where allies can declare support and assist with sov wanding nodes to help even out the attacker advantage in the game.

I want to introduce Logistics battleships, as we already have the Abaddon, Hyperion, Rokh, and Maelstrom which multiple have a local tank bonus that can easily be engineered to help with remote repairs.

Reduce jump fatigue when using structure jump bridges, this will buff Sov holders and promote more isk used on fueling these structures, while promoting your alliance to hold sov.

Ensure the transition away from Control Towers goes smoothly and we have a replacement for structure based jump bridges and cyno beacons.

Introduce more events, both live and passive. We remember the live incursion events, whose were great and got a ton of activity and we should bring more live events like those back. We should also get more passive events like "Shadow of the serpent" possibly cycling through them going to each pirate faction in a rotation cycle. Possibly even make a border tention between pirate factions to generate LP for those factions.

Want to contact me?

I'll see messages here
Reddit on Goldsnakegiveaways
Discord on GoldSnake#3602
Twitter @GoldSnake_AM0K
Steve Ronuken
Fuzzwork Enterprises
Vote Steve Ronuken for CSM
#2 - 2017-02-08 15:25:55 UTC
Just a small note, which really should be made on all CSM candidacies such as this:

The CSM can propose stuff, yes. The chance of getting CCP to work on something you proposed, unless it's trivial, is close to zero. They have limited development resources (like anywhere) and thus prioritize.

If they're working in an area anyway, that's when you can help shape it. But getting something looked at, which isn't already on the roadmap, is few and far between.

Woo! CSM XI!

Fuzzwork Enterprises

Twitter: @fuzzysteve on Twitter

Aram Kachaturian
Aram Pleasure Hub Holding
#3 - 2017-02-08 16:38:37 UTC
Steve Ronuken wrote:


The CSM can propose stuff, yes. The chance of getting CCP to work on something you proposed, unless it's trivial, is close to zero.


The absurdity of the CSM council in a nutshell. Stop being this arrogant btw.

Don't listen this disillusioned man, godspeed Goldsnake.

Servant of the Secret League, Wielder of the Monocle Clubhouse Flame.

Tetsel
House Amamake
#4 - 2017-02-08 17:36:07 UTC
Aram Kachaturian wrote:
Steve Ronuken wrote:


The CSM can propose stuff, yes. The chance of getting CCP to work on something you proposed, unless it's trivial, is close to zero.


The absurdity of the CSM council in a nutshell. Stop being this arrogant btw.

Don't listen this disillusioned man, godspeed Goldsnake.


Drain the swamp they said ?

Loyal servent to Mother Amamake. @EVE_Tetsel

Another Bittervet Please Ignore

GoldSnake
Oblivion Watch
HYDRA RELOADED
#5 - 2017-02-10 04:22:20 UTC
Steve Ronuken wrote:
Just a small note, which really should be made on all CSM candidacies such as this:

The CSM can propose stuff, yes. The chance of getting CCP to work on something you proposed, unless it's trivial, is close to zero. They have limited development resources (like anywhere) and thus prioritize.

If they're working in an area anyway, that's when you can help shape it. But getting something looked at, which isn't already on the roadmap, is few and far between.


I know this, and it's unfortunate that I know many things I would like to see changed for the better I may not even be able to introduce if elected.