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  2. Veyrdite

    Last Game You Played

    FreeCS?
  3. Psychotic Ninja

    Last Game You Played

    Take a wild guess...
  4. Psychotic Ninja

    Last post made wins

    Ground Control to Major Tom
  5. Yesterday
  6. BTGBullseye

    Last Game You Played

    World of Warplanes It was never designed to be a "simulator", it's arcade. It may not be as "realistic" as other games, but it's more fun in a short amount of time, once you learn the controls.
  7. BTGBullseye

    Last post made wins

    Yes it's dead... We're gamers, and everybody's off playing Death Road to Canada.
  8. Zaraki

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    Hm.
  9. ekket

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    “This place is dead...” (I haven't seen any activity on the forums for a while, I almost thought that members couldn't post anything at all.)
  10. Psychotic Ninja

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  11. Psychotic Ninja

    Last post made wins

    Hey, you're needed on stage.
  12. BTGBullseye

    Last Game You Played

    World of Warplanes Their latest update made some interesting changes, which significantly lessen the strain of grinding your way through the planes. (even though it still takes the same amount of grind)
  13. BTGBullseye

    Last post made wins

    But I can post last on my watch. Also, my dog can lick anyone. (so can my cat, whether you try to stop him or not)
  14. BTGBullseye

    So I'm on a Higher Education Technology course...

    Well that sucks, on multiple levels.
  15. Last week
  16. Next videochat with fans will be at 3:30PM UTC on November 18th at twitch.tv/rossbroadcast. You can ask questions or topics to bring up in the link below. Currently my air situation is good, but requires constant maintenance. Still working on getting my recording setup better, hope to have Freeman's Mind out later this month, regardless, a lot of Freeman's Mind is what's next. Ask questions here. This is a blog post. To read the original post, please click here »
  17. Next videochat with fans will be at 3:30PM UTC on November 18th at twitch.tv/rossbroadcast. You can ask questions or topics to bring up in the link below. Currently my air situation is good, but requires constant maintenance. Still working on getting my recording setup better, hope to have Freeman's Mind out later this month, regardless, a lot of Freeman's Mind is what's next. Ask questions here.
  18. Flame

    Temporary setbacks

    A bit of info on how to make a sound room. Anechoic Chamber - DIY Sound Absorption Panels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqodnHxRJ7c Take care, Ross!
  19. Psychotic Ninja

    Last Game You Played

    Dorgan Quest XI
  20. Psychotic Ninja

    What are you listening to?

  21. Psychotic Ninja

    Last post made wins

    Steps off your watch There, happy now?
  22. ekket

    Gorillagong's future

    You could take inspiration from how Stack Overflow attempts to keep all the answers on the site high quality, it has quite heavy moderation and operates somewhat like a wiki. (It does have a reputation of being pretty newcomer-hostile, though. Being a Q/A site, it also mostly serves as an information dump for Google, so not the best fit for something like Gorilla Gong.) I would suggest letting everyone contribute (after all, we could run into the exact same problems that were had with vetting contributors), while having those contributions be under some form of approval process. For submitting videos, this could be more lax, just seeing if they are worthwhile machinimas. Steam's system for curators has worked fairly well, something like that for reviewers wouldn't be a bad idea.
  23. Veyrdite

    Gorillagong's future

    Thankyou The Britain. That would not be worth it. There's already a reddit (+many clones) with various video subforums. That sounds like a lot of work. But it's the only (and main) differentiator that made Gorillagong good. Without some strong vetting and controls I suspect the site would become nothing more than another video spam platform. Suggestion from left field: have a look at the user invite tree system and the tree itself used by the news site "Lobste.rs". It might be possible to adapt such an idea to a much smaller amount of users + some very strict rules; rather than having it open like lobsters. In practice this would mean: Users must vet people before giving them an invite. Typically this involves them showing some form of online commitment, eg a forum profile somewhere in good standing, a blog that's not machine-generated, etc. Something that suggests they are going to make quality reviews and/or are a reliable person. A gong user is responsible for the reviews of users invited by him. If many of them are found to be outside the guidelines then the tree may be removed and/or user's ability to invite disabled; depending on circumstance. The tree is kept to a size that's felt to be manageable. Judge by the quality and quantity of reviews vs admin time spent. Hard limits can be set perhaps. Do you think a system like this might have helped at all? Please disagree I might be assuming the solution to a social problem is a technical one.
  24. Im_CIA

    Last post made wins

    Stop right there criminal scum. Nobody posts last on my watch
  25. Alyxx Thorne

    What are you listening to?

  26. Alyxx Thorne

    Rate the song above you

    Hammer/Sickle Makes me wanna play Red Alert 2.
  27. Alyxx Thorne

    Last Game You Played

    Diablo 3
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