| If you're going to become active enough to warrant an MICC position, I'd be happy to recommend the change. |
Cerb, I think the problem is that you think people care about your 'recommendations'.
That was harshly phrased, but, I can't think of any way to put it. Your priorities are all messed up.
For quite a while now you've been "working" on Myriad, pointing people left and right and making them do work for you. But frankly, from what I've seen, it's just not fun
anymore. The way you deal with situations gives the impression that the goal for Myriad is to have a completed, fully playable brand new TC, and nothing can stand in the way. The reality is different: people model and map and all those other little things because it's FUN. Nobody wants to work in the "proper", professional way, under a slavedriver boss, because then it becomes more like work and less like an entertaining pastime.
This is epitomised recently by your arguements about the structure of the highway interchanges, and pleasantly summed up by your lovely comment here to Loco:
| If you refuse to follow the plan, I'll have to find someone else. |
Which is just frankly, way the F*CK out of line. I also find amusing your comments on "disrespecting the community's plan", because so far as I can see it, the "community's plan" consists of you proposing something, people argueing against it because it won't be any fun in game, you stubbornly sticking to it, until eventually everyone gives up and it looks like you won.
Look, I'm going to be honest here. I've spoken to others who feel the same. Yes, work has progressed more since you kicked it off such as the tunnels and the railway. But frankly, I preferred it when we didn't get so much done but had a laugh in the process. I don't know about everyone else but I'm here because I enjoy it, not because I want to see Myriad released at any cost.
The MCC group isn't for moderating the forums (though that's a perk) or to signify the people who get to make the big decisions. It's a thing for friends and respected contributors. Again, you miss the whole point of the project - we don't WANT to do it the professional, hyper-efficient way. It's a bit of fun on the side and it needs to stay that way or nobody will want to participate.
Your 'recommendation' had me removed from the Council group, but GT-1 added me back again, because (I suppose) he knows and respects me and my opinions on the topics I contribute to.
If anyone should have their MCC status revoked, I feel it should be you.