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Old 08-21-2009, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by WhiteDragon View Post
While I agree with a number of the things you said, I believe this team does have the potential to do a number of things "the community" can't do.

For one, if it is made up of talented developers, it will have a strong influence on the decisions Stefan makes.
It isn't just about you "having connections with Stefan," it's about making a connection with the community and Stefan.

And yes, while many developers post examples and more in the Code Gallery, something this team could do is release a series of coherent and high-quality packages for servers to use (as discussed in the Scripting Forum's thread); nothing of this sort exists in the Code Gallery.

A strong team brings uniformity and coherency to the table, something that will never come out of a mass of developers releasing content.
Problem with the GPackages idea is that there wouldn't be many packages to make since most systems are server-specific unless the team is out to make full RPG systems, gun systems, classic systems, and all of that sort of thing for every playerworld to just swoop in and start using on their servers where we'll have a hundred servers using the same systems, that doesn't seem like a very good idea and would take away many jobs for the current scripters.
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