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NeoJenova
07-26-2004, 01:41 AM
Updated rules and guidelines: http://forums.graalonline.com/forums/announcement.php?f=113.

I notice that many playerworld managers create threads only stating that they need help for their project or are hiring a certain staff member without giving much information.

I think that in order to attract quality people to your project you need to advertise your playerworld to the best of your ability.

Try including some of this information in your thread before posting it.


State the goal of your project.
Post screenshots of what you have created already, to help pursuade people to join your project.
Post your story line if any.
List your skills of development if you have any.
When stating requirements for the positions be specific.
Developing playerworlds should look for Development staff such as NATs, GATs, and LATs.
Don't post threads promising people who join you project power. I.E. "Looking for a skilled manager"


Just basic hints for the newer playerworld managers who I see from time to time post something like "Hiring Staff for [servername here] Forum PM me or AIM me [aim s/n here] if interested.

VeX_RaT_Boy
07-26-2004, 01:56 AM
If some people are interested in nolavario, they probably looked at it when it was open to the public for a few weeks.

NeoJenova
07-26-2004, 02:04 AM
If some people are interested in nolavario, they probably looked at it when it was open to the public for a few weeks.

What if your server had not been bought yet and you wanted quality team members with better than average skills.

Hiring developers in high demand with GFX Skills like Alarid, Level skills like Paradox, and scripting skills like Kaimetsu needs advertisment most of the time. Whether your playerworld is public or not.

VeX_RaT_Boy
07-26-2004, 02:32 AM
I was just speaking on my behalf. If other playerworlds try to hire without showing something off, well thats their problem.

G_yoshi
07-26-2004, 03:14 AM
I notice that many playerworld managers create threads only stating that they need help for their project or are hiring a certain staff member without giving much information.

I think that in order to attract quality people to your project you need to advertise your playerworld to the best of your ability.

Try including some of this information in your thread before posting it.


State the goal of your project.
Post screenshots of what you have created already, to help pursuade people to join your project.
Post your story line if any.
List your skills of development if you have any.
When stating requirements for the positions be specific.
Developing playerworlds should look for Development staff such as NATs, GATs, and LATs.
Don't post threads promising people who join you project power. I.E. "Looking for a skilled manager"


Just basic hints for the newer playerworld managers who I see from time to time post something like "Hiring Staff for [servername here] Forum PM me or AIM me [aim s/n here] if interested.
Silly rabbit. Before the individual playerworld forums were removed, I had many things that I showed off to people. And people can go online to the little area I have open to the public right now aka Neko Land.

NeoJenova
07-26-2004, 04:04 AM
Silly rabbit. Before the individual playerworld forums were removed, I had many things that I showed off to people. And people can go online to the little area I have open to the public right now aka Neko Land.

I was not singling out any manager in particular I was mostly trying to help out newer managers (as a whole) who seem to vague about their projects when asking for help from the developers on this forum.

I have known about and seen what your server has to offer for awhile now, it looks very promising. Good Job!

G_yoshi
07-26-2004, 04:25 AM
I was not singling out any manager in particular I was mostly trying to help out newer managers (as a whole) who seem to vague about their projects when asking for help from the developers on this forum.

I have known about and seen what your server has to offer for awhile now, it looks very promising. Good Job!
I will agree (on both parts :D)

Yes, I too see many projects promoted but nothing more than 'words on paper' so to speak. I'm guilty of that as well, but I do have somethings to show for it at least :)

Eagle
07-26-2004, 08:55 AM
I will agree (on both parts :D)

Yes, I too see many projects promoted but nothing more than 'words on paper' so to speak. I'm guilty of that as well, but I do have somethings to show for it at least :)

Last time I checked, DK was comming along quite nicely.

NJ, this is a good reference to newer Server Managers.. Good Job. :)

oinknessx
01-08-2005, 09:43 PM
Yeah.... looks pretty helpful. But if you're a manager, and you are trying to get a staff together, you probably won't really have much that you are able to show. :frown:

D4rKv310c1ty
04-05-2005, 11:02 PM
lol exactly, especially, lets say you want a LAT you can show a level because you dont know anything about levels and you need someone to create one.

matt8891
04-06-2005, 01:53 AM
lol exactly, especially, lets say you want a LAT you can show a level because you dont know anything about levels and you need someone to create one.

Why would yo post in a thread that was made in January? Let alone it has'nt been replied to in quite some time. x.x

Bartjuh1992
04-08-2005, 05:07 PM
ur right some people post like
- Hiring staff for my server nat lat gfx and gani thats yust stupid x_x

GoZelda
06-30-2005, 06:04 PM
omg wtf lol

Crono
06-30-2005, 06:15 PM
omg wtf lol

omg wtf lol at you? :rolleyes:

GoZelda
06-30-2005, 08:31 PM
omg wtf lol at you? :rolleyes:
:rolleyes:

bbq yes =(

coder
07-21-2005, 10:35 PM
What if your server had not been bought yet and you wanted quality team members with better than average skills.

Hiring developers in high demand with GFX Skills like Alarid, Level skills like Paradox, and scripting skills like Kaimetsu needs advertisment most of the time. Whether your playerworld is public or not.

Today, that's most likely to be impossible.