#26 07.05.2012 12:39:46

jhh
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Re: Poll: Keeping_client_open_247

ifaesfu wrote:

Or they are very mistaken or they just want to open a gap to keep using their valuable scripts and all the rts cheat that being 24/7 online implies.

That's just bullshit. Being online 24/7 does not imply using scripts. I have never used scripts in long games, at freeciv.fi nor at longturn.org.

ifaesfu wrote:

They have been ignoring a rule of longturn games since it's so easy to break it, till spoil this game for the rest.

Not ignoring. That rule is unclear and it can be interpret to be just a suggestion. I thought it was, since other LT veterans were doing it, too.

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#27 07.05.2012 17:31:00

ifaesfu
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Re: Poll: Keeping_client_open_247

jhh wrote:

That's just bullshit. Being online 24/7 does not imply using scripts. I have never used scripts in long games, at freeciv.fi nor at longturn.org.

I'm not saying that exactly. I say the defense of being able to play 24/7 suggests two things to me:
   1. An appreciation mistake, since it's ridiculous to compare the reasons given here by defenders and detractors of 24/7... until now. It's not serious to want to be online
   24/7 for "comfortable reasons" when detractors are saying it spoils the game. Can anyone believe you want to keep the client logged in 24/7 only for "comfortable
   reasons" and you don't give a damn to spoil the game for the rest? Only for comfort? I don't understand so much determination in your position if it's only for comfort.
   2. Some of defenders of 24/7 want to open a gap to keep using...

Is a 3rd option possible?

If you haven't used scripts nor want to be online to kill moving units or fill in cities being attacked etc, then you are in the group 1.


jhh wrote:

Not ignoring. That rule is unclear and it can be interpret to be just a suggestion. I thought it was, since other LT veterans were doing it, too.

I think this rule has no interpretations: "It is common courtesy to log out and let your enemy do his moves in peace, after you have done yours" It says what it says.
Nevertheless you can obey or not to obey, and you chose not to obey because you knew it wouldn't lead to any punishment. That's the mistake in the rule.
Other players, not only don't respect this rule, but also take advantage by killing moving units, logging moves, etc...; to make matters worse, they say they want to keep doing it. It's incredible.

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#28 07.05.2012 18:44:56

jhh
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Re: Poll: Keeping_client_open_247

Even if this poll will not be applied, can you check that Terror hasn't been voting with hacked clients?

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