[bf1942] OT: please have a look at this, DICE Canada, resp. A NDY (or: Is this list still active?)

Jorrit Schippers jorrit at gameparty.net
Fri Jun 18 04:21:32 EDT 2004

Most of those are BF1942 1.6 features, which were promised to be in BF:V 1.1


> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Martin Steiger [mailto:martin at steigi.com] 
> Verzonden: vrijdag 18 juni 2004 0:09
> Aan: bf1942 at icculus.org
> Onderwerp: [bf1942] OT: please have a look at this, DICE 
> Canada, resp. ANDY (or: Is this list still active?)
> Hi all
> > No messages is probably a good thing. It means everyone's 
> servers are 
> > working the way they should be. :)
> To get back to this: No, no new messages doesn't mean that 
> the servers are working the way they should be. If you follow 
> the forums, there are still BIG issues that haven't even been 
> mentioned yet and some, that most of us just abandoned to 
> mention them again...
> Some examples?
> - Kill-Camera (not even a word on it)
> - Reserved Slots (the same)
> - Punkbuster kicks (Original tone: It's not our problem)
> - Gamespy Problems (Again: Not our problem)
> - XML-Logging
>     don't know about the linux server, since I stopped working with it
>     (guess why), but windows is for sure not logging the way 
> it was promised with
>     the last update
> - Voting (Did I miss something?)
> Andy, I know you don't like the forums and I somehow can 
> understand why.
> Still, the forums really ARE the place, where you actually 
> see the problems the admins have (I think I mentioned this 
> already once... :)
> Face the fact that these forums ARE a mirror of the admins opinion...
> As said, I think I know you're feelings about the forums but 
> let me make a
> proposal: At the lightcubed-forums, there are many 
> experienced admins which try to answer most of the questions.
> However, how about making a separate forum, where only 
> moderators or DICE employees can post? If the (very 
> experienced) admins at lightcubed.com can't solve a problem, 
> they move it to the "DICE Only"-Area and you would only have 
> to look at these posts.
> I don't think Steve would mind about changing the forums like 
> this and you still would have an easy way to follow the 
> "important posts" on these forums...
> This list is nice and I receive many, many inputs on it that 
> I don't get on the forums (i.e. Zabbix), but let's face it: 
> the BF-related questions are usually not answered here...
> Regards,
> Martin

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