[bf1942] Memory Leak Update

John Kennington john.kennington at buzzcard.gatech.edu
Fri Jul 8 13:51:32 EDT 2005

I agree.  I think the patch situation is minor compared to the unfair trade
practice, conflict of interest, and descrimation that seems to be vogue at
the moment.  

John Kennington

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Snook [mailto:rsnook at gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, July 08, 2005 1:44 PM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] Memory Leak Update

I am sure that the people who are unhappy with the server/client are
in the severe minority compared to people who are fine with the game
as it just as it is in almost every other game release.  Patches are
not as big of a deal to developers as unhappy customers would think.
Ya they want to satisfy everyone, but they also aren't having sales
problems with the current state of the game.

On 7/8/05, |TF20|Shockwave <shockwave at clan-tf20.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joe" <sechon at blackmud.com>
> To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
> Sent: Friday, July 08, 2005 12:55 PM
> Subject: RE: [bf1942] Memory Leak Update
> > It's been mentioned in a few places that the ranked providors have an
> > line of communication with each other and EA themselves to track down
> things
> > like this. Most ideal solution for us? Probably not..But it's surely
> better
> > than nothing.
> >
> Agreed.  I'm not knocking those who have been tapped to communicate on a
> higher plane, I'm just trying to understand why anyone in a corporate
> setting would choose to do business this way.  I have experience with
> software development, testing, implementation, and support in enterprise
> environments and what I am seeing transpire is ridiculous.  I honestly
> think it's a stretch to assert that those in charge are either
> or are rich and powerful enough to afford, at least in their estimation,
> be apathetic.  For example, nobody in their right mind would ever allow
> their key programmers to take vacation during the initial release of an
> important software product!
> There are a multitude of other examples that have been cited, but the end
> result is the same; those in charge are sending a clear message that
> unranked server providers and the community at large aren't worth dealing
> with in a responsible manner.  Even the ranked server providers are
> of collateral damage to some extent.  At a minimum it's a pathetic,
> short-sighted, irresponsible, and cavalier way of dealing with the
> situation.  I only hope I'll have a seat on the 50-yard line when karma
> comes calling.
> Shockwave

Ryan Snook

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