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Ophelia Ursus
Posted - 2011.05.13 12:59:00 - [1]

In the discussion surrounding the recent announcement of changes to jump bridges, it was mentioned that there were significant differences of opinion within the CSM on the desirability of these changes and in terms of the way they approached the issue, with some being strongly in favour, others taking a hard line against, and still others being opposed but taking a softer stance and trying to negotiate a compromise solution. Since the CSM discussed these changes with CCP on private forums rather than in documented meetings, the general playerbase can't see which approach and position was adopted by individual CSMs, although this information would probably be of interest to at least some of their voters. To remedy this, I request/suggest that the individual CSM members who participated in those discussions briefly express their position on the change, in this thread or on some more high-profile platform.

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Aperture Harmonics
Posted - 2011.05.13 17:54:00 - [2]

I won't devote hours to looking through that terrible thread, but I am pretty sure most of the CSM posted with our personal opinions in there.

My view on things like this is that it is up to each CSM member to decide to make their positions known. If someone doesn't speak up, you should take that into consideration when voting next time.

Ari Chu
Posted - 2011.05.16 01:55:00 - [3]

Big changes? Who's going to determine what is a "big change" and what isn't?

CCP could change one variable, on one ship - but if it happens to be the only ship that I fly, I'd consider it a big change... even if most EVE players have never boarded the ship.


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