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Issler Dainze for CSM7! Hear the bears roar!

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The Chronophage
Garoun Investment Bank
Gallente Federation
#481 - 2012-03-08 01:22:50 UTC
+2 votes for Issler

I would like to see you take a stronger stand on nerfing drone alloys but i want a candidate to prod ccp on WiS and it feels like you're the only one.
Frying Doom
#482 - 2012-03-08 01:32:35 UTC
+4 votes for Issler.

If your getting Goon attacks you must be doing it right :)

Any spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors are because frankly, I don't care!!

Josef Huffenpuff
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#483 - 2012-03-08 01:38:53 UTC
Frying Doom wrote:
+4 votes for Issler.

If your getting Goon attacks you must be doing it right :)


Seriously, ???

Thats your ONLY reason ? You do realise that there are actually some GOOD candidates out there who aren't goons.
PsychoBitch
Playboy Enterprises
Dark Taboo
#484 - 2012-03-08 01:52:37 UTC
Read the complete Platform here: http://www.eve-online-dark-taboo.com/vote/

If you want your vote to count just once in EVE vote for PsychoBitch.

Sick of CCP devs and their hair-brained, half-baked, blue-balled ideas?

Sick of self-important fat puds and frail half-elves on the CSM?

Sick of things in eve that should have been fixed A G E S ago not being fixed

and new errors being introduced daily?

Make your one vote count finally, vote for PsychoBitch!

If you are voting for someone who has been in the CSM before - you have wasted your vote on F A I L

Don't be a failure, be a hero. Vote for PsychoBitch now!

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Frying Doom
#485 - 2012-03-08 02:01:02 UTC
Josef Huffenpuff wrote:
Frying Doom wrote:
+4 votes for Issler.

If your getting Goon attacks you must be doing it right :)


Seriously, ???

Thats your ONLY reason ? You do realise that there are actually some GOOD candidates out there who aren't goons.



Perfectly aware of all the candidates and after 3 and a half years in EVE, I believe Issler is not only a good candidate but the best of the current crop. He has stood by his beliefs year in and year out not just changing to the whim of the moment. TBH quite a few of the candidates I have never heard of.

Any spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors are because frankly, I don't care!!

Mr Epeen
It's All About Me
#486 - 2012-03-08 02:10:59 UTC
Looks like you are going to stay on page one for a while.

Second acct voted for Issler.

Six more to go :)

Mr Epeen Cool
Josef Huffenpuff
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#487 - 2012-03-08 02:17:37 UTC
Frying Doom wrote:
He has stood by his beliefs


You do realise that Issler is FEMALE. Do you have any idea who you just voted for ?
Taiwanistan
#488 - 2012-03-08 02:17:45 UTC
Mr Epeen wrote:
Looks like you are going to stay on page one for a while.

Second acct voted for Issler.

Six more to go :)

Mr Epeen Cool

just vote all of it now, stop teasing issler lol you lispers sure like to lollygaggle

TA on wis: "when we have a feature that is its own functional ecosystem of gameplay then hooks into the greater ecosystem of EVE as a whole, and it provides good replayability."

Frying Doom
#489 - 2012-03-08 02:25:44 UTC
Josef Huffenpuff wrote:
Frying Doom wrote:
He has stood by his beliefs


You do realise that Issler is FEMALE. Do you have any idea who you just voted for ?



Well personally I couldn't give a rats on Issler's sex, Only the things this candidate stands for. Or do you think the candidates should have to state there sex, age, race maybe religion as well? If you care about a candidates sex your worrying about the wrong thing.

Any spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors are because frankly, I don't care!!

Mr Epeen
It's All About Me
#490 - 2012-03-08 02:30:21 UTC
Taiwanistan wrote:
Mr Epeen wrote:
Looks like you are going to stay on page one for a while.

Second acct voted for Issler.

Six more to go :)

Mr Epeen Cool

just vote all of it now, stop teasing issler lol you lispers sure like to lollygaggle


Still trying to decide if I want to save one pity vote for the queen bee.

I'll get back to you on that because you are really important.

Mr Epeen Cool
Lo Res
Native Freshfood
Minmatar Republic
#491 - 2012-03-08 03:53:25 UTC
+2 votes for Issler.

I've known her since 2007. She gets my vote because she is enthusiastic and a good listener.

Taiwanistan
#492 - 2012-03-08 04:37:17 UTC
Issler Dainze wrote:


I am one of many supporters of ambulation.

I support enough attention on ambulation to have some sort of multi avatar per instance experience by the summer of 2013. I think that is more than slow burn.

The size of team avatar given the are also responsible for supporting what we have already is to small to get to the goal I just stated. So yes, the announcement for me was disappointing.

Mining is more important to me right now than ambulation and I think we can get more traction with CCP for mining improvements. To say I'm not talking "out and proud" about ambulation is beyond wrong. I talk about it as much as anyone in Eve.

I would like to see smaller incremental deliveries ambulation if it means we see something sooner rather than later. Many folks seem to agree.

Issler Dainze
The Miner's Friend
CSM 7 Candidate (the only one that supports giving Team Avatar more resources!)


so basically you will be working against the shift in momentum towards fis. do you realize that resources are finite, more on wis means just that much less devoted to fis?
explain "multi avatar per instance" particular the instance. as far as i know nothing is instanced in eve online. there must be some drawbacks associated with the safety of an instance

below are 2 examples of your constituents, if elected how will you serve them in influencing ccp to devote resources to what they want?

Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
As I've pointed out several times, social gameplay is the mother of emergent gameplay. It needs a minimal investment in infrastructure and can keep players amused like forever. Just hand out some tools and allow people use them. Organized gameplay is cool to have, NPC interaction is cool, but from a cost/profit POV there is nothing as effective as just let people interact through avatars. Throw in some "hologram" technology so they're not forced to be aboard the same station and ther you go. Now add some advantages to physically being there (I already suggested stuff like kissing, caressing, punching, slapping... or dancing, if CCP were up to a tough ball; i've been iterating on the dance concept and I am figuring ways so two players can syncronize their moves within EVE's 1 second server frames... I don't mean "hit dance emote, do silly moves", rather "press the right keys at the right time so the server is fed the right "combos" from both sides at the right time and plays the right animation... in my limited knowledge, nobody ever tried that online...)

Err, to the point, there are lots of things that can be done as tools for friendly social interaction. If someone wants avatar PvP, they may have it, as long as it is not shoved down the throat of every player. Stations are griefing free zones and should stay like that. The worst that can happen in a station is being scammed and that must stay like that.


Adaris wrote:
I would very much like if the short term focus for Incarna was on a three-fold approach:
- Avatar expression (emote system)
- Avatar customization (clothes, tattoos, hair styles, body elements etc)
- Avatar socializing (facilitating more avatars being in the same location as one another)

Customization, for the most part is stand-alone. Expression is tied to socializing though, so the issue with the graphical demands of having multiple avatars in the same location needs to be addressed. If we can get a system whereby the facility to invite a set amount of avatars to the same location is possible, then much has been achieved for future iteration.

I would talk about what type of environments and activities should follow these three themes, but that should be considered more long term, especially with just one Dev Team assigned right now.

I am unsure if the current team has the technical expertise to address the issues of having multiple avatars occupy the same CQs though, but perhaps the expansion of expression through emotes (likely through the chat system) could follow alongside the continued work on avatar customization.

TA on wis: "when we have a feature that is its own functional ecosystem of gameplay then hooks into the greater ecosystem of EVE as a whole, and it provides good replayability."

Samroski
Middle-Earth
#493 - 2012-03-08 05:59:57 UTC
+1

Got a 73% match with your answers on Vote Match. This probably means that you're doomed and that we'll do down together :)

Best of luck!!

Any colour you like.

Indahmawar Fazmarai
#494 - 2012-03-08 07:50:58 UTC
Voted already. Eventually I voted the candidate I like and not the one that can win.
asidburn Enaka
The 501st Legion
#495 - 2012-03-08 08:03:13 UTC
i just want to let everyone know about this scammer claming to be giving plex for votes dont be caught falling for this scam vote aganist darius III member of interstellar eXodus {IE-EX} they are scaming people pass the word on to everyone you can and vote aganist these undeserving jerks here is a copy of the chat log as proof of there unworthy actions!!!!!!!!

asidburn Enaka > what do i need to do
Darius III > http://community.eveonline.com/council/voting/Vote.asp?c=480 go there
Darius III > vote for me then paste the message you got after vote cast into this chat
asidburn Enaka > your vote has been registered. We thank you for your participation.
Darius III > Thanks man
Darius III > that concludes our business
Darius III > Fly safe
asidburn Enaka > and what about the contract
asidburn Enaka > i will have my alliance vote aganist you about 250 people
asidburn Enaka > and then where will you be
asidburn Enaka > send me the contract and i will have them vote for you
asidburn Enaka > this is what we call a test of charecture
Darius III > Have them vote against me
Darius III > Sorry for the ssam
Darius III > But I wouldnt sleep at night if I didnt do everything in my power to make syure that Goons dont ruin this CSM
asidburn Enaka > your an idiot all your going to do is send more votes to the goons
Darius III > not really
Darius III > Goons will win chairman nbo matetr what, doesnt matter
Darius III > nothing can stop them
Darius III > and thats a real shame
asidburn Enaka > well you just lost 243 votes
asidburn Enaka > got 1 lost 243
Darius III > Didnt have them anyway
Darius III > didnt lose anything
Darius III > Just please dont make forum post about me, it would ruin my campaign
asidburn Enaka > not to mentone att the isk spam bans you r about to get
asidburn Enaka > too late
asidburn Enaka > and i just copyed this conv
asidburn Enaka > so i can post
Darius III > You wouldnt dare do it
Darius III > You too lazy anyway
Darius III > I dont have a thing to worry about
asidburn Enaka > haha i play eve 8 hrs a day and im retired all i have is time
Darius III > no lazy bones like you would waste their time. LOL so much for your empty threats LOL

rember i dont care who you vote for just dont voter for them
Frying Doom
#496 - 2012-03-08 12:52:39 UTC  |  Edited by: Frying Doom
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
EVE residents: 5% Wormholes; 8% Lowsec; 20% Nullsec; 67% Highsec.
CSM 6: 100% Nullsec residents.


I do believe that is something to worry about. CSM6 was a joke and with the current voting levels I believe CSM 7 might be one as well. They really need to set it up like a normal election so you vote more in line with the area your involved in for example have a 0.0 candidate slot on the table and make the 0.0 ers fight for that. This games growth has declined this year and another 0.0 CSM will kill it some more.

Any spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors are because frankly, I don't care!!

Tallian Saotome
Nuclear Arms Exchange Inc.
#497 - 2012-03-08 12:59:50 UTC
Frying Doom wrote:
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
EVE residents: 5% Wormholes; 8% Lowsec; 20% Nullsec; 67% Highsec.
CSM 6: 100% Nullsec residents.


I do believe that is something to worry about. CSM6 was a joke and with the current voting levels I believe CSM 7 might be one as well. They really need to set it up like a normal election so you vote more in line with the area your involved in for example have a 0.0 candidate slot on the table and make the 0.0 ers fight for that. This games growth has declined this year and another 0.0 CSM will kill it some more.

I wasn't aware that Two Step was a 0.0 resident, and iirc Meissa is definitely lowsec, not null.

CSM6 had alot of 0.0 reps, because CSM5 didn't have enough to keep them from telling CCP that nerfing 0.0 grunts ability to make isk would not make us fight more out there, and we didn't want any more nerfs to our ability to live on a personal level to happen.

But to say its 100% nullsec residents would be like saying CSM5 was 100% highsec residents.

Get your fact straight before predicting the end of the world.

Inappropriate signature removed, CCP Phantom.

Snow Axe
GoonWaffe
Goonswarm Federation
#498 - 2012-03-08 13:03:04 UTC
Frying Doom wrote:
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
EVE residents: 5% Wormholes; 8% Lowsec; 20% Nullsec; 67% Highsec.
CSM 6: 100% Nullsec residents.


I do believe that is something to worry about. CSM6 was a joke and with the current voting levels I believe CSM 7 might be one as well. They really need to set it up like a normal election so you vote more in line with the area your involved in for example have a 0.0 candidate slot on the table and make the 0.0 ers fight for that. This games growth has declined this year and another 0.0 CSM will kill it some more.


So 20% of the population should have 1/14th the representation. I love bitter publord math :)

"Look any reason why you need to talk like that? I have now reported you. I dont need to listen to your bad tone. If you cant have a grown up conversation then leave the thread["

Frying Doom
#499 - 2012-03-08 13:08:42 UTC
Tallian Saotome wrote:
Frying Doom wrote:
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
EVE residents: 5% Wormholes; 8% Lowsec; 20% Nullsec; 67% Highsec.
CSM 6: 100% Nullsec residents.


I do believe that is something to worry about. CSM6 was a joke and with the current voting levels I believe CSM 7 might be one as well. They really need to set it up like a normal election so you vote more in line with the area your involved in for example have a 0.0 candidate slot on the table and make the 0.0 ers fight for that. This games growth has declined this year and another 0.0 CSM will kill it some more.

I wasn't aware that Two Step was a 0.0 resident, and iirc Meissa is definitely lowsec, not null.

CSM6 had alot of 0.0 reps, because CSM5 didn't have enough to keep them from telling CCP that nerfing 0.0 grunts ability to make isk would not make us fight more out there, and we didn't want any more nerfs to our ability to live on a personal level to happen.

But to say its 100% nullsec residents would be like saying CSM5 was 100% highsec residents.

Get your fact straight before predicting the end of the world.



TBH I really know nothing about Two step and if iirc Meissa is Lo-sec well that hasnt helped lo-sec much. But you can't argue that the number of people playing this game has gone down since CSM 6 came about? Lets face it I do some 0.0 not much most of my interest lie in Hi-sec so why the hell should I care about patching some set of game mechanics used only by 6% of the population but now using a disproportionate amount of resources to make those patches.

Any spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors are because frankly, I don't care!!

Taiwanistan
#500 - 2012-03-08 13:14:08 UTC
Frying Doom wrote:



TBH I really know nothing about Two step and if iirc Meissa is Lo-sec well that hasnt helped lo-sec much. But you can't argue that the number of people playing this game has gone down since CSM 6 came about? Lets face it I do some 0.0 not much most of my interest lie in Hi-sec so why the hell should I care about patching some set of game mechanics used only by 6% of the population but now using a disproportionate amount of resources to make those patches.


yeah i know right? when incarna came out sub numbers skyrocketed and the csm was like woot lets have more pants! and CCP was like no way! greed is good we gonna make Crucible and the players was like screw that we're unsubbing.

TA on wis: "when we have a feature that is its own functional ecosystem of gameplay then hooks into the greater ecosystem of EVE as a whole, and it provides good replayability."