English may be a second language to many of this community's members, myself included, but the only way to achieve some common ground in communication and achieving anything else together - and also improve one's faculties in said language - is by insisting on making the effort to use it. A member's putative heightened emotional state while writing a post should not be an acceptable excuse from that principle (or any other msg. board rule, for that matter), rather a reason to take a break, recompose oneself, and resume the post at a later, more calm time.
That's the word.EmanReleipS wrote:[...]linking to the Gametracker group which links back here is circular.[...]
If someone's stopped being a regular CEONSS community member, either ingame or here, why would it be likelier they'd keep visiting GT.com more frequently than either server resource? Don't get me wrong, your plan's definitely needed at this point IMO; it's just that the step involving GT.com seems like a redundant bit of extra networking for networking;'s sake, and thus entirely skippable, to me. Hell, at this point Steam might be a more effective means/venue of reaching out to oldbies who've fallen out of touch with CEONSS, maybe give that one a try instead?EmanReleipS wrote:[...]Also, I plan to invite a lot of our regular players that I haven't seen in a while into the group, which may remind them of our server and bring them back for a few matches.