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corebloodbrothers for CSM8

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The Volition Cult
#1 - 2013-03-11 10:12:22 UTC  |  Edited by: CCP Dolan
campaign page : http://volt.vc/core/
interview: http://crossingzebras.com/2013/03/28/csm8-election-interviews-corebloodbrothers/
vote selection tools: http://crowdcortex.net/votOmat
vote selection tools: http://match.eve-csm.com/
voting list i endorse:

1. corebloodbrothers
2. ali aras (fellow providence candidate)
3. trebor Daehdoow (known hardworking csm vet)
4. nathan jameson (known WH-er)
5. jester/ripard teg (name speaks for itself)
6. psychotic monk (known candidate)
7. korvin (former CSM, little things pusher)
8. mangala solaris (RVB)
9. james arget (WH)
10. mike azariah (high sec)
11. chitsa jason (WH)
12. malcanis (all round eve player)
13. steve ronuken (all round, indy)
14 roc wieler

Let me first introduce myself: Corebloodbrothers, FC for Volt alliance & providence residents, proud Provi-Bloc member, and long time eve player with 3 accounts, for market stuff, scout, spy, titan, and so on. In real life I am Dutch, 41 years of age and proud father of 4 daughters. I work as an IT manager in a callcentre with 50 agents, and in eve I am a god when the kids sleep.

Eve is my passion. I have 3900 kills atm, and still enjoy PVP big time. I am a big fan of wormhole roams, new cruiser doctrines, and the paper/rock/scissors mechanisms that EVE present us. I do not agree EVE is broken and 500,000 players prove differently every day. There is room for major improvement and enhancement of the game fun for sure, eve should be evolving with us. A CSM candidate should bring that across; CSM should keep CCP at their toes giving it all they got and make sure their activities match the players demand as a whole. CCP's resources should be divided based on player activity or their activity wishes. If 10 % of eve loves mining, then that should receive a equal part.

As a roamer and provi member personally I would love to see isk gathering based on local activity as most CSM candidates promote these days. Everyone wants action, change is good, it forces you to adapt and opens up new opportunities. Change PoS moon mining into moon activity like in belts, I am sure CCP has ideas that way as they mentioned in old dev blogs. CSM should not want to try to implement their own ideas and stand in CCP shoes. They should push forward the player wishes and demand that change, no matter what the actual outcome for their individual agendas will be. CSM should handle player interests and even control CCP in their integrity. Personally I think a player council is unique and also a way of promoting EVE. I think that is a secondary responsibility, while still being as demanding and critical as you can be. Remember that your worst adversaries can be your biggest promoters on a higher level.

There used to be projects for little things. I did a survey last year when I ran for CSM first time as an independent candidate and made a long list of people's small wishes and demands. I still miss an 'alliance fittings' section on top of the corp's; how easy would that make your life? People mention cyno jamming ships, big implications, but hell, small scale roaming in null would pick up controversy for sure, but lets not steer away from controversy. Some people say everything is broken in eve. You can also say people enjoy eve so much that they care on the level where they want to improve it all. I am a big advocate of a positive approach where you can demand the world. CSM does not work for CCP, it should work for its player base and reflect that, whether you’re an indy man, a wormholer, a pos owner, faction warefare; you name it. We share that goal with CCP and the employees who make their rl isk there to pay their morgages and kids. We all want the best for eve from different angles of interest, but we share that common ground. Some wanted to walk in station, others would like the social part to pick up, and some want to have browser access to the market. Let’s collect those wishes, split them in occupations and vote per section of eve interests to prevent the blobbing of ideas by big blocks.

What you can expect from me is to represent your interests, be open, and be a player demanding the best out of CCP for us. I will make the gap between player and developer smaller, representing all the best, funniest and craziest parts of the playerbase which you all love when you log on. This is what I love to do for you with the same passion as I have enjoyed eve over the years and which make me login anytime.

Don't hesitate too contact me ingame.

greetz
core
Minmatar Republic
#2 - 2013-03-11 11:54:21 UTC
Hello Core,


Never trust a baldie, that's what my dad used to say.

Grow a nice thick head of curly hair on your toon, and you have my vote.

Protect me from knowing what I don't need to know. Protect me from even knowing that there are things to know that I don't know. Protect me from knowing that I decided not to know about the things that I decided not to know about. Amen.

Caldari State
#3 - 2013-03-11 12:17:16 UTC
You have my vote!
AddictClan
#4 - 2013-03-11 12:18:39 UTC
You have my vote 2 !
The Volition Cult
#5 - 2013-03-11 13:12:55 UTC
Got my vote!
CODE.
#6 - 2013-03-11 13:29:12 UTC
corebloodbrothers wrote:
I do not agree EVE is broken and 500,000 players prove differently every day. There is room for major improvement and enhancement of the game fun for sure, eve should be evolving with us.


Is it EVE, or eve? This is an important question.

You said something about dividing developer resources based on player preference. The majority of players live in high-sec, so it can be assumed they prefer the activities there. Does this mean you will advocate for development work focused on high sec? And if so, do you believe your predominantly pvp-oriented, out-of-highsec playstyle is suited for such advocacy?
Caldari State
#7 - 2013-03-11 13:38:09 UTC
+1 Cool

Regards DraLaFi https://www.eve-volt.net/kb?a=pilot_detail&plt_id=39040

Caldari State
#8 - 2013-03-11 13:38:39 UTC
Knows a lot about plenty of game aspects as he has been there himself, and has a grasp of the meta game that is not easily matched. He's the people's man in Provi, and he usually prioritizes what is fun for everybody over himself. He puts a lot of time and effort into EVE. With his 3-6 fleets a week; when you go into provi with a subcap fleet there is a good chance he will have a fleet up, and if his fleet didn't take a wormhole you are almost guaranteed a fight. He is the biggest cogwheel in what keeps providence fun and attractive atm, and he is the kind of person who would give everything to try and make EVE fun for everybody; reds and blues alike. Would make an excellent CSM in my opinion. Good knowledge about both the game and its players, terrific leadership skills, activity, and knows how to have fun.

Has my vote.
CODE.
#9 - 2013-03-11 13:40:21 UTC
Another everything for everyone, no content candidate.

Quote:
Some wanted to walk in station, others would like the social part to pick up, and some want to have browser access to the market. Let’s collect those wishes, split them in occupations and vote per section of eve interests to prevent the blobbing of ideas by big blocks.

I think you'll find that "voting" is not the right avenue to reduce the power of "big blocks".
Solyaris Chtonium
#10 - 2013-03-11 13:40:54 UTC
You have my Vote!
The Volition Cult
#11 - 2013-03-11 13:41:38 UTC
Wescro2 wrote:
corebloodbrothers wrote:
I do not agree EVE is broken and 500,000 players prove differently every day. There is room for major improvement and enhancement of the game fun for sure, eve should be evolving with us.


Is it EVE, or eve? This is an important question.

You said something about dividing developer resources based on player preference. The majority of players live in high-sec, so it can be assumed they prefer the activities there. Does this mean you will advocate for development work focused on high sec? And if so, do you believe your predominantly pvp-oriented, out-of-highsec playstyle is suited for such advocacy?



Good question, i believe i can represent a part of null and show in general the sense that all shoudl be heard, whever the candidate plays dominately, my hope is highsec woudl push forward with a candidate as well ofc
Caldari State
#12 - 2013-03-11 13:41:51 UTC
You got my vote!
The Volition Cult
#13 - 2013-03-11 13:42:44 UTC
Singular Snowflake wrote:
Another everything for everyone, no content candidate.

Quote:
Some wanted to walk in station, others would like the social part to pick up, and some want to have browser access to the market. Let’s collect those wishes, split them in occupations and vote per section of eve interests to prevent the blobbing of ideas by big blocks.

I think you'll find that "voting" is not the right avenue to reduce the power of "big blocks".



No u look per item categorie, so u vote on high sec items, zero, faction, and wihtin each type u allocate resources
CODE.
#14 - 2013-03-11 13:46:22 UTC
corebloodbrothers wrote:
Singular Snowflake wrote:
Another everything for everyone, no content candidate.

Quote:
Some wanted to walk in station, others would like the social part to pick up, and some want to have browser access to the market. Let’s collect those wishes, split them in occupations and vote per section of eve interests to prevent the blobbing of ideas by big blocks.

I think you'll find that "voting" is not the right avenue to reduce the power of "big blocks".



No u look per item categorie, so u vote on high sec items, zero, faction, and wihtin each type u allocate resources

Can you tell us more about this voting? As a CSM rep you are covered by NDA and cannot tell the voters about the future changes they should be voting for. You also get no say in how to allocate CCPs resources.
#15 - 2013-03-11 13:47:15 UTC
+1 Cool
The Volition Cult
#16 - 2013-03-11 13:51:51 UTC
Singular Snowflake wrote:
corebloodbrothers wrote:
Singular Snowflake wrote:
Another everything for everyone, no content candidate.

Quote:
Some wanted to walk in station, others would like the social part to pick up, and some want to have browser access to the market. Let’s collect those wishes, split them in occupations and vote per section of eve interests to prevent the blobbing of ideas by big blocks.

I think you'll find that "voting" is not the right avenue to reduce the power of "big blocks".



No u look per item categorie, so u vote on high sec items, zero, faction, and wihtin each type u allocate resources

Can you tell us more about this voting? As a CSM rep you are covered by NDA and cannot tell the voters about the future changes they should be voting for. You also get no say in how to allocate CCPs resources.



Its more that there should be a balance and not the biggets bully gettung his. Way because he is. I know alot of industrial players who love their job, i dont see them getting love, whilst in. Every occupation u can have papercut projects. U can have 20 player mining sugestions and pick. The best, that, players do that, not csm, so thats not. A breach of any conduct code
CODE.
#17 - 2013-03-11 13:59:47 UTC
corebloodbrothers wrote:
Singular Snowflake wrote:
corebloodbrothers wrote:
Singular Snowflake wrote:
Another everything for everyone, no content candidate.

Quote:
Some wanted to walk in station, others would like the social part to pick up, and some want to have browser access to the market. Let’s collect those wishes, split them in occupations and vote per section of eve interests to prevent the blobbing of ideas by big blocks.

I think you'll find that "voting" is not the right avenue to reduce the power of "big blocks".



No u look per item categorie, so u vote on high sec items, zero, faction, and wihtin each type u allocate resources

Can you tell us more about this voting? As a CSM rep you are covered by NDA and cannot tell the voters about the future changes they should be voting for. You also get no say in how to allocate CCPs resources.



Its more that there should be a balance and not the biggets bully gettung his. Way because he is. I know alot of industrial players who love their job, i dont see them getting love, whilst in. Every occupation u can have papercut projects. U can have 20 player mining sugestions and pick. The best, that, players do that, not csm, so thats not. A breach of any conduct code

How is it balanced that 20 miners get the limited CCP resources focused on their wishes instead of the wishes of 20000 paying customers who happen to be in a bloc?
Caldari State
#18 - 2013-03-11 14:23:31 UTC
Singular Snowflake wrote:
How is it balanced that 20 miners get the limited CCP resources focused on their wishes instead of the wishes of 20000 paying customers who happen to be in a bloc?


corebloodbrothers wrote:
If 10 % of eve loves mining, then that should receive a equal part.


Was that so hard now? :) It seems obvious to me what he means is that he wants the cake to be sliced up and distributed equally, not just be given in its entirety to the biggest group of people.
Amarr Empire
#19 - 2013-03-11 17:29:29 UTC
+1 vote from me !!
Goonswarm Federation
#20 - 2013-03-11 17:52:14 UTC
+1 Vote

Awesome guy here running!!!!
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