Mattk50 wrote: »
Quoting this again to remind people what a bad development and community interaction policy looks like. Lets go down the list. See if you can find exactly where each point is hit.
-Contradicts community feedback by vaguely insisting a bad change has been "positive"
-Decrees that the change is permanent despite overwhelming community outcry in the negative
-Misrepresent the arguments people are using in order to get an easy position to defend your change from.
-Fail to make any real arguments in favor of your position other than the aforementioned "its positive"
-Claim to understand complaints immediately after failing to properly interpret and respond to a quote in the same post.
-Claim that holes left by the newly missing experiences are being filled by unrelated and half baked mechanics.
-Ignoring community feedback, then retroactively pretending that changes made personally were based on community feedback.
wooza wrote: »
I would recommend setting bwlimit to 150 or more
(0.9 * server instance bandwidth - ~150 ] / max(player count)