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Evemona
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:23:00 - [211]
 

Originally by: Staaken
OMG people!

Shut up and stop whining about extented downtime. It will be ready when it is ready. If you can predict future better than CCP go ahead and apply a job for them.

If you can't do better than CCP then shut up. If you can do better than CCP work for them.

I'm sure CCP does it's best to keep things running and will provide us a quality game experience now and future.

You all should be thankful that you get constant upgrades and patches to keep things running smoothly. Of course there is a lot still to be fixed and I'm sure CCP knows what they are doing and when.

Try to be little bit more supportive towards CCP.

Period.


Agreed

uwai223
Sigillum Militum Xpisti
Important Internet Spaceship League
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:23:00 - [212]
 

Holy **** CCP, you know, one would think you should've learned by now that whoever is in charge of giving ETAs is aparently a ****ing moron. Fire him already.

meanipper
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:24:00 - [213]
 

there were so many posts last patch day i think this is straight forward

Ms xenyx
Gallente
6string slinger
Eternal Pretorian Alliance
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:24:00 - [214]
 

seems to me but when they give something away for free and fix a few things shouldnt one be gratefull and say thanks? as far as lag is concerned this is nothing compared to what it used to be like when nano-phoons ruled the stars and there were very few t2 ships. flysafe

GoldSnake
Fairlight Corp
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:24:00 - [215]
 

im just chuffed to bits to finally be able to close my client without having to reboot my laptop. Cheers CCp, keep up the mac support!!!!!!!

I've been playing since late '03, trust me you get used to the delays and in the grand scheme of things they aint all that bad. I got most of my dissertation for next year done in the big delay =D

Tiberious Heth
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:25:00 - [216]
 

Originally by: Hyper EmU
Originally by: Tiberious Heth
i suggest you take the extra hours dt and spend it with your families or doing something a little more constructive than playing games.


Correct me if im wrong... but that comment is a little redundant due to the fact you are a player too?


yes i am a player and yes i have a wife and 3 kids. atm my wife is at work, my eldest child in school, my second child is eating lunch and watching telly while my youngest is in bed sleeping. you wont find me online much during the day as i dont tend to play until the kids are in bed and the wife is watching her tv programmes.

Kill'Boy Bunny
Controlled Chaos
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:25:00 - [217]
 

Originally by: Staaken
OMG people!

Shut up and stop whining about extented downtime. It will be ready when it is ready. If you can predict future better than CCP go ahead and apply a job for them.

If you can't do better than CCP then shut up. If you can do better than CCP work for them.

I'm sure CCP does it's best to keep things running and will provide us a quality game experience now and future.

You all should be thankful that you get constant upgrades and patches to keep things running smoothly. Of course there is a lot still to be fixed and I'm sure CCP knows what they are doing and when.

Try to be little bit more supportive towards CCP.

Period.


why should we, the whole reason this patch is being deployed is because of epic **** up last week, then they do it again, besides most ppl want to use CCP products to play, not work on them. So how about you shut up Rolling Eyes

EMPstrike
Gallente
Insurrection Inc
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:26:00 - [218]
 

Originally by: Avenger1
Patch notes for Tyrannis 1.0.2, released June 29, 2010

CRITICAL.

Due to the unprecedented nature of the downtime on the 23rd and 24th of June, players have been awarded a number of bonus skill points to assign to a skill or skills of their choice. These skill points will be assigned to the highest skill point character on the account and can be applied by right clicking the desired skill in the character sheet.

100k skill points is considered critical? good to have replaced but hardly, critical!

Market

•Oxygen and Water will now be listed under the planetary materials and not under trade goods in the market window.
•Planetary Materials market group will now display the correct icon.

and this is considered important too? did we players suddenly forget there is a market search fuction and a item quick bar there to use? Been there for years in fact.

Sheesh! shouldn't you be concentrating on an actual faulty 96 hour timer issue on your new PI setup.
Where you cannot stop it, as it trudles on in an never ending loop without destroying the extractor and replacing it with a new one,I know they are not massivley expensive to replace,at least for most of us players. However, the point is it's actually a broken/faulty game function and should not pushed out of the way for trivia.

Sorry but it' kind of takes the Wow!factor out of "wow here's your new ship toy" but we haven't fixed a fault in the code which controls a crucial item involved in the PI operation. Again it's not the isk involved it's the customer perception(s) of the product delivered,

Sorry! but thats the way most folks look at things these days, you don't paper over the cracks to hide the faults or fiddle arround with minor items you fix the faults then give a shinney toy as by way of an appology as and if you feel its appropriate.


Sorry sir, the guy who says "oops, thats broke" and htis the fix button is on vacation ^^. P.S. i hereby declare that i am not "most folks" apaprently ^^

Klahkdu
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:26:00 - [219]
 

Edited by: Klahkdu on 29/06/2010 13:26:54
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9K4BKkLaCI

Lertan
Amarr
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:26:00 - [220]
 

Ignoring the trolls that seem to be business experts (btw, how many of your run your own, highly sucessful company?), and those complaining that this patch doesn't fix every known bug, issue, glitch in the game, and the people complaining that the people complining in this thread should be off spending time doing RL stuff (even the irony is ironic here...)....

Nope, sorry, that's all I had to say.

carebear one
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:27:00 - [221]
 

ROFL LOL LMAO

first back to service at 13:30

and now its 14:30

Did CCP ever learn there leasons or will they make the same stupid mistakes over and over again

Avenger1
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:27:00 - [222]
 

Originally by: Tiberious Heth
wow...............people still insist on smack talking ccp about how long it takes for them to deploy a new patch, or not fixing previously known issues or whatever the hell else. But they are all still so adicted to the game.

What do you want next? CCP to run the plexes for you? Mining all that arkonor for you? or how about they wipe your arse every time you take a dump??

I have an idea.....why dont you go make an mmo as epic as eveonline, and let us know how well you get on with updating it and patching it as much as ccp has done here.

yes there are issues that could do with being fixed. yes it would be brilliant if everything always went as planned and on time. but the woork ccp does is a real life thing (its a job for real people in the real world) and real life never goes as smoothly as you would like.

i suggest you take the extra hours dt and spend it with your families or doing something a little more constructive than playing games.


Excuse me! but as I am Sem-retired have a lovely wife and family inccluding grand children with whom I spend as much time with as I want, add to that two horses to look after and a sizeable garden. I think my life is prety full and undominated by EVE. So go lecture some infantile still wet behind the ears child, only do it properly not stupidly or they will take the total P**s out of you.

Darthion Illys
Amarr
Tyrans d'Or
Tyrans d'0r
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:28:00 - [223]
 

You guys whine and ***** too much.

I always like patches. They show progress, regardless of how long they take to implement during server downtime.

Appreciate the fact that we -are- getting stuff fixed. And that we're getting new stuff into the game.


If you seriously whine about server down time, you really need to consider what you do with your life, and how you value yourself and your time spent.

HANS ZARK0V
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:28:00 - [224]
 

Originally by: Klahkdu
Edited by: Klahkdu on 29/06/2010 13:26:54
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9K4BKkLaCI


yep.

TheBeep
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:28:00 - [225]
 

hm i really hoped theyd fix the terrible mac issues. i dont care for downtime as long as i get some compensation, which we do (ship, skills).
so CCP: not whining about downtime, im whining at your lousy mac support ;) but im glad you at least have one...

Kralkirk
Minmatar
SOTI Inc.
Napalm Sticks To Kids
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:28:00 - [226]
 

The only patch I would like to see is a big notice at the log in screen of upcoming extended downtime on whatever date. Other than that, stop changing things. It is what it is, suck it up!

Rawblin
Caldari
Perkone
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:29:00 - [227]
 

Obviously anything that can go wrong will, and so I can understand the position CCP is in to roll out patches in a timely manner, and the frustration they AND the community feel when estimates get pushed back.

Having said that, if the shoe were on the other foot, do you think CCP would be as forgiving as the playerbase?

For example, we all know that we are scheduled to pay once per month to be able to log in and play EvE. This day is something that can be planned for, predicted, and calculated by. So what would happen if you were an hour late on that payment? Two hours? But you sent an email updating CCP that the payment would be an hour late. Then two hours?

I'm sure they would still let you log in. Really. Laughing

Eric Loto
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:30:00 - [228]
 

Originally by: Jenfai
Originally by: Smuggo Smuggins
Originally by: Esrevid Nekkeg
Originally by: Smuggo Smuggins
Wow, amazing how many people are scared to go to low-sec for their precious missions. It really isn't that bad.
Yes it is. For me at least. Of the 9 times I ventured into low-sec, I only survived once....Embarassed
Each and every time I died at the hands of players, not NPC's. And the one time I did survive, I was alone in the system the entire duration of my presence there.


Well you must not be paying enough attention to your surroundings. I've been doing exploration sites out in low-sec for months now and have only been ganked twice, and both times because I did something stupid.


I suppose your right low sec exploration sites are the same as lvl 5 missions ??

Your running theses eploration sites in a nice big golem that can be scanned in a couple seconds ??. Personally if I run low sec exploration sites its in a small fast ship. Dont ever seem to get warp scrambled. In lvl 5 missions I was frequently unable to warp out for several minutes. A pve fitted ship with support ships needing to remote repair is a sitting duck that one pvp fitted BS could easily destroy or are you suggesting pve fitted ships can generally kill pvp fitted ships? Now you can use arguement that should take a full fleet of people, so spend an hour waiting for everyone to get together and headout to do missions. Word gets around to local pirates so you can then spend 2 hours hiding in your pve fitted ships and ultimately have to fail mission. . Hmm that sounds fun why wouldnt people want to pay good money to do that??

Either they make pve fitted ship viable for pvp or forget people missioning in low sec. Just wont happen. And current changes means normal mission runnners have to spend lots of time going several jumps to run missions which lots are getting fed up of. If things are not changed I think this game will die a slow death!!!


Dude, obviously you have never had success or scored big. What you need to do is join militia, and figure it out. FW will teach you how to survive fast. I live in lowsec, have a sec status >0 and make bank out there. Doing whatever, it just takes brains.

Kill'Boy Bunny
Controlled Chaos
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:31:00 - [229]
 

Originally by: Rawblin
Obviously anything that can go wrong will, and so I can understand the position CCP is in to roll out patches in a timely manner, and the frustration they AND the community feel when estimates get pushed back.

Having said that, if the shoe were on the other foot, do you think CCP would be as forgiving as the playerbase?

For example, we all know that we are scheduled to pay once per month to be able to log in and play EvE. This day is something that can be planned for, predicted, and calculated by. So what would happen if you were an hour late on that payment? Two hours? But you sent an email updating CCP that the payment would be an hour late. Then two hours?

I'm sure they would still let you log in. Really. Laughing


Dude this is by far the best post in entire thread, wish i had thought to right this Nail + Head!! Wink

Lederstrumpf
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:32:00 - [230]
 

Originally by: CCP Navigator
EVE Online: Tyrannis 1.0.2 will be deployed this Tuesday, June 29, 2010.


Great!

I don't mind short patch release cycles, even if that'd equal an extra "estimated" 90 minutes of regular downtime each week!

For now there's no change about e.g. the contact list being mentioned. Patch notes in need of getting updated point to the question how close bugfixing is kept track of internally -- i assume there might have been done more minor fixing which slipped to get mentioned? If so: Mention it as "some more fixing has been done"! Computer savvy people might be good readers taking a conclusive list as exactly that: Conclusive.

It's interesting to note the SP stuff in response to downtime has been labelled as CRITICAL, whereas some crashes just fell under category FIXES. I do appreciate the SP gesture, but CCP should remember the point that gifts unasked for must not necessarily make up for specific issuerelated disappointment.

It was interesting to note not only PLEX prices seemed to have gone down a bit, but PLEX trade volumes decreasing a bit, too...:

The butterfly effect is a metaphor that encapsulates the concept of sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory; namely that small differences in the initial condition of a dynamical system may produce large variations in the long term behavior of the system.

A small bugfix can make a huge difference.

Yenrai
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:32:00 - [231]
 

Confused perhaps they should try to stop time compression...
looks like they don't understand that their fix are allways late!
Two hour and a half ... why don't they state for 5 hour at the start Razz

rollinthunter
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:32:00 - [232]
 

so, is there going to be a time frame on these extra skill points? Im looking forward to the boost for a certain skill, but I don't want to use it until my 2x points are up

Naiiomi
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:33:00 - [233]
 

I know something that'll cheer you up!

Listening to Mr. Scruff - Kalimba (Album: Ninja Tuna)

And try to find some good pot, that'll go along with the joy of the song...

This will make you thankful for the delay, cause it will prevend you from
undocking stoned and all jollie, while flying deep into enemy null sec lulz

Amun Khonsu
Royal Order of Security Specialists
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:33:00 - [234]
 

Originally by: Eric Loto

What you need to do is join militia, and figure it out. FW will teach you how to survive fast. I live in lowsec, have a sec status >0 and make bank out there. Doing whatever, it just takes brains.


True that.


EMPstrike
Gallente
Insurrection Inc
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:34:00 - [235]
 

For those of you claiming CCP is making "the same **** up" as with their server move (downtime extended almost, if not, a full 24 hours), Heres my Big Ben Impersonation for you: its just now 13:30, lol ^^. And ya still have an hour to go until CCP, by your standards, officially "****ed up" again =P

Grendahm
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:34:00 - [236]
 

I don't really care how long it takes for this patch as long as it's done right cause if they rush they may F*** it up & then it will be off line longer again>

Roggan Josh
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:34:00 - [237]
 

Does anyone know what extractors and process facilities do during patch time? Do they stop or what? I noticed that they do reset the cycle time after the patch.

Bel Arvardan
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:35:00 - [238]
 

If you find the below link helpful, send me 5 Million isk.

http://content.eveonline.com/evepremiumpatch156690-166321_m.exe

carebear one
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:35:00 - [239]
 

Originally by: Kill'Boy Bunny
Originally by: Rawblin
Obviously anything that can go wrong will, and so I can understand the position CCP is in to roll out patches in a timely manner, and the frustration they AND the community feel when estimates get pushed back.

Having said that, if the shoe were on the other foot, do you think CCP would be as forgiving as the playerbase?

For example, we all know that we are scheduled to pay once per month to be able to log in and play EvE. This day is something that can be planned for, predicted, and calculated by. So what would happen if you were an hour late on that payment? Two hours? But you sent an email updating CCP that the payment would be an hour late. Then two hours?

I'm sure they would still let you log in. Really. Laughing


Dude this is by far the best post in entire thread, wish i had thought to right this Nail + Head!! Wink


couldnt agree more with that.

Well maybe CCP will learn the leason when all player send a message like suggested "Sorry due to unpredicted DB-Issues I will send the scheduled payment 1 hour later." Very Happy

Eric Loto
Posted - 2010.06.29 13:35:00 - [240]
 

Due to the chaos factor of the butterfly effect id say a small bug fix can lead to a server meltdown. That's just my cup half empty view i guess.


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