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#52 Aug 04 2013 at 8:53 PM Rating: Good
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#53 Aug 04 2013 at 9:55 PM Rating: Decent
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Hey folks. I wanted to drop an FYI and let you know you might want to register this one the EorzeaReborn SRN. We have nearly 200 LS/FCs listed, if you are wanting to try and connect with other folks it might be useful to add your group to the listing.
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#55 Aug 06 2013 at 3:30 PM Rating: Good
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Wint wrote:
I'm also working on installing forum software for my LS called Discourse. If it goes well, I'd be willing to set up forums for you guys too, should my journal not work out. Up to you, since I already have the host it's not like it would be any extra money.


Discourse, nice. Will that be on Ultros also?
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Wint wrote:
I'm also working on installing forum software for my LS called Discourse. If it goes well, I'd be willing to set up forums for you guys too, should my journal not work out. Up to you, since I already have the host it's not like it would be any extra money.


Discourse, nice. Will that be on Ultros also?


Yeah our LS is on Ultros. I have Discourse installed, and promptly submitted 3 bug reports Smiley: laugh Still under heavy development.
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#57 Aug 06 2013 at 4:12 PM Rating: Good
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Wint wrote:
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Wint wrote:
I'm also working on installing forum software for my LS called Discourse. If it goes well, I'd be willing to set up forums for you guys too, should my journal not work out. Up to you, since I already have the host it's not like it would be any extra money.


Discourse, nice. Will that be on Ultros also?


Yeah our LS is on Ultros. I have Discourse installed, and promptly submitted 3 bug reports Smiley: laugh Still under heavy development.


If you are taking new recruits for Discourse, I'd like to join.
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Well right now it's only set up for my LS, I can't run two instances of the software with my VPS, not enough RAM Smiley: frown
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Let me run it past the LS, see if they mind strangers in our midst.
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#60 Aug 06 2013 at 5:36 PM Rating: Excellent
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Wint wrote:
Yeah our LS is on Ultros. I have Discourse installed, and promptly submitted 3 bug reports Smiley: laugh Still under heavy development.

Outside of the bugs, how is Discourse? I've toyed around with a few different types of forum software in the past but haven't enjoyed any of them. The sample forum makes it look like it could be pretty nice. Personally, I would increase the line-height and add some extra whitespace to several of the margins and paddings.
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Rolling on Ultros as well.

Name is Myst Blackdusk

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#62 Aug 06 2013 at 6:41 PM Rating: Good
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I'll join - I hadn't decided which server to start on.

My name will be Gaius ____________ don't want to give out last name encase of name sniper.

I'll be glad to join your Linkshell! I'll be leveling a WHM - BRD

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Wint wrote:
Yeah our LS is on Ultros. I have Discourse installed, and promptly submitted 3 bug reports Smiley: laugh Still under heavy development.

Outside of the bugs, how is Discourse? I've toyed around with a few different types of forum software in the past but haven't enjoyed any of them. The sample forum makes it look like it could be pretty nice. Personally, I would increase the line-height and add some extra whitespace to several of the margins and paddings.


I think it's awesome. It isn't easy to set up but I think they want to focus on developing the software right now and not helping people who aren't going to contribute to the project in some way. I'm working on coming up with CSS to redesign how the forums themselves look as well as custom, Final Fantasyish images. The performance seems good so far and I like how discussions can be arranged in different ways.
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Wint wrote:
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Wint wrote:
Yeah our LS is on Ultros. I have Discourse installed, and promptly submitted 3 bug reports Smiley: laugh Still under heavy development.

Outside of the bugs, how is Discourse? I've toyed around with a few different types of forum software in the past but haven't enjoyed any of them. The sample forum makes it look like it could be pretty nice. Personally, I would increase the line-height and add some extra whitespace to several of the margins and paddings.

I think it's awesome. It isn't easy to set up but I think they want to focus on developing the software right now and not helping people who aren't going to contribute to the project in some way. I'm working on coming up with CSS to redesign how the forums themselves look as well as custom, Final Fantasyish images. The performance seems good so far and I like how discussions can be arranged in different ways.

That's good to hear. I'll have to download a copy of it and set it up on my laptop. Sometimes when I'm really bored, I like to mess around and build different types of websites. I never actually publish anything, but it's a pretty effective way to kill a good chunk of time. Since I read a lot, I'm one of those people that are big on trying to use whitespace effectively. I just lack anything resembling artistic ability.
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Be prepared for some headaches setting it up Smiley: smile Feel free to hit me up if you have questions, I may not be much help though Smiley: laugh
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#66 Aug 06 2013 at 7:37 PM Rating: Excellent
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Be prepared for some headaches setting it up Smiley: smile Feel free to hit me up if you have questions, I may not be much help though Smiley: laugh

Sure, thanks. I've grown pretty patient with those kinds of things after using linux for a while. It's never fun when you accidentally break your entire operating system.
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The biggest challenge for me was learning Ruby/Rails and Postgresql. I've never used either technology before, so it was a steep learning curve. I recommend the official set up guide.
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#68 Aug 06 2013 at 8:22 PM Rating: Excellent
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Wint wrote:
The biggest challenge for me was learning Ruby/Rails and Postgresql. I've never used either technology before, so it was a steep learning curve. I recommend the official set up guide.

I'll be sure to check it out. I haven't used it before, either. It should end up being an interesting learning experience. Worst case scenario, I can always call it quits and fiddle around with SMF instead.

Now, I have to go back to trying to figure out a decent last name. I have a few ideas but nothing solid. I'll probably just end up waiting until phase 4 forces my hand.
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#69 Aug 06 2013 at 8:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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I had SMF forums for a while, they were OK but had similar security issues as all the other PHPBB style forums. At least with Discourse it's something brand new
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Wint wrote:
I had SMF forums for a while, they were OK but had similar security issues as all the other PHPBB style forums. At least with Discourse it's something brand new

Yeah, I wouldn't actually use SMF for something I intended to release. I would only use it to toy around with making skins. My biggest issue with PHPBB and SMF is that they're both pretty bloated compared to what they used to be. Discourse seems like it will have a whole lot less clutter.
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FrozenSherbet wrote:
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I had SMF forums for a while, they were OK but had similar security issues as all the other PHPBB style forums. At least with Discourse it's something brand new

Yeah, I wouldn't actually use SMF for something I intended to release. I would only use it to toy around with making skins. My biggest issue with PHPBB and SMF is that they're both pretty bloated compared to what they used to be. Discourse seems like it will have a whole lot less clutter.


It's like you guys are speaking English. I know what those words are. No idea what the **** you're talking about lol. One of the many reasons i love hanging out here :)
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#72 Aug 06 2013 at 8:46 PM Rating: Decent
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Ahh alright, guess I'll switch server to Ultros. Count me in. I'll post my name after I get it. I'll be a Mnk with cooking and maybe fishing as crafting skills.
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I had SMF forums for a while, they were OK but had similar security issues as all the other PHPBB style forums. At least with Discourse it's something brand new

Yeah, I wouldn't actually use SMF for something I intended to release. I would only use it to toy around with making skins. My biggest issue with PHPBB and SMF is that they're both pretty bloated compared to what they used to be. Discourse seems like it will have a whole lot less clutter.


It's like you guys are speaking English. I know what those words are. No idea what the **** you're talking about lol. One of the many reasons i love hanging out here :)


Discourse forum software. Created by the great Jeff Atwood (same guy behind Stack Exchange, Trello, etc).

SMF = Simple Machines Forums. PHP based forums but intended to be less bloated than PHPBB.
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FrozenSherbet wrote:
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I had SMF forums for a while, they were OK but had similar security issues as all the other PHPBB style forums. At least with Discourse it's something brand new

Yeah, I wouldn't actually use SMF for something I intended to release. I would only use it to toy around with making skins. My biggest issue with PHPBB and SMF is that they're both pretty bloated compared to what they used to be. Discourse seems like it will have a whole lot less clutter.


The nice thing about Discourse is it's Ember.js based (among other technologies), so nice and speedy. My VPS is a single core, 1gb ram, 30gb SSD machine that does a nice job of handling the heavy lifting for less than $10 a month.
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#75 Aug 06 2013 at 9:53 PM Rating: Decent
Have not decided what my new name will be yet.
Still planning on gla/pld, mrd/war.
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#76 Aug 07 2013 at 1:03 AM Rating: Decent
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Is Ultros going to be a fresh server or a legacy server?

If its a fresh server, count me in on your linkshell!

I don't have a name yet, I'll probably level all classes anyway although I plan to level the gathering classes first.
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It will be a fresh server.

I've gone ahead and updated the OP again. If you aren't sure of your name, or if your name changes from the list, please make a new post in this thread so that I can properly update it. If you just edit your post that's already here, I won't see it. Thanks!
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#78 Aug 07 2013 at 6:57 AM Rating: Decent
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Lecky7108 wrote:
Is Ultros going to be a fresh server or a legacy server?

If its a fresh server, count me in on your linkshell!

I don't have a name yet, I'll probably level all classes anyway although I plan to level the gathering classes first.


Yes ultros is a fresh server... we look forward to having you ;)
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#79 Aug 07 2013 at 9:37 AM Rating: Excellent
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Planning to level (again): PLD, WAR, BLM, WHM


Also, my wife and a RL friend will be joining me. Neither of them are ZAM forum members, and they haven't chosen their in-game names yet, either.
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Thayos - Thayos Swiftblade

Planning to level (again): PLD, WAR, BLM, WHM


Also, my wife and a RL friend will be joining me. Neither of them are ZAM forum members, and they haven't chosen their in-game names yet, either.


Not a problem. We'll be making everyone able to invite people to the shell, so you can just invite them whenever.
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#81 Aug 07 2013 at 10:04 AM Rating: Good
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I will plan to join, In Game name will be Skadi Yettobelastnamed
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#82 Aug 08 2013 at 10:50 AM Rating: Decent
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I'll be there. Not sure on character name yet but i'll post it here come phase 4 :P
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Updated OP to include info about the open beta and instructions on how to get an invite.
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#84 Aug 08 2013 at 2:53 PM Rating: Good
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Thanks BartelX for getting us organized! I know in your OP you had a disclaimer about not being the leader of the shell (which I think is fine, we can all manage it together) but just know that your efforts in getting this all coordinated are appreciated!

See you guys on the 16th/17th!
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Who is the leader? If Mikhalia were still here he'd do a poll.
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#86 Aug 08 2013 at 3:06 PM Rating: Excellent
Rather than have a leader, I think all we need are individuals to step forward to lead certain events and activities. Most gamers don't have the time we once did to pour into gaming... I think the concept of ls leadership could evolve accordingly.
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That's the way we do it in LWDF, everyone is responsible for leading what they want to get done. Works pretty well.
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Thayos wrote:
Rather than have a leader, I think all we need are individuals to step forward to lead certain events and activities. Most gamers don't have the time we once did to pour into gaming... I think the concept of ls leadership could evolve accordingly.


When did we all get so old? Smiley: frown
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Thayos wrote:
Rather than have a leader, I think all we need are individuals to step forward to lead certain events and activities. Most gamers don't have the time we once did to pour into gaming... I think the concept of ls leadership could evolve accordingly.


This is pretty much the structure I was thinking of. I'd be more than happy to help out with setting up events and what not, and I'd very much encourage anyone else whose interested to do the same.
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#90 Aug 08 2013 at 4:16 PM Rating: Excellent
Once we get rolling, I have a feeling some leaders will emerge, as well.

For example, I'm incredibly busy with work during the day, and I'm often busy in the early evening... but I don't have kids, so I am pretty flexible to carve out time at night. So, one of the things I'd be interested in would be a late-night static (and I'm PST, so that would be really late) for dungeons/primals/etc. When the time times, I'd probably be very interested in leading that group!

My personal feeling about linkshells is that a linkshell with a strong, active core is ultimately more enjoyable (and lasts longer) than a ls ran by one dude. We already have a great head-start on having an active core, because we're bonded through the ZAM community.
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Once we get rolling, I have a feeling some leaders will emerge, as well.

For example, I'm incredibly busy with work during the day, and I'm often busy in the early evening... but I don't have kids, so I am pretty flexible to carve out time at night. So, one of the things I'd be interested in would be a late-night static (and I'm PST, so that would be really late) for dungeons/primals/etc. When the time times, I'd probably be very interested in leading that group!

My personal feeling about linkshells is that a linkshell with a strong, active core is ultimately more enjoyable (and lasts longer) than a ls ran by one dude. We already have a great head-start on having an active core, because we're bonded through the ZAM community.


Yeah, I never meshed well with the one leader/hardcore/on a schedule LS. I'm more of a casual LS kinda guy, there for the chat, to answer questions, help out and have fun.

During the week if I'm on I'll probably be on early evenings, maybe until 9-10 PST some nights. Weekends, it depends, as well. :/
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The thing I really love about this ZAM LS is the fact that it's going to be more casual and laid back, yet it's going to have enough members to be able to pull from and get stuff going at most times. At least, that's how it seemed to be in phase 3. Don't get me wrong, I completely plan on doing as much of the "hardcore" content as I can in XIV, but I'm excited at the opportunity to be able to do it with a lot of people on this forum. I have a bunch of friends who are planning to join us on Ultros as well, so it will be really incredible to have such a large pool of players to work with for content.
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#93 Aug 08 2013 at 8:49 PM Rating: Excellent
Slight change for me...

With the news of the world transfer service happening within a few weeks of launch, I'm going to start the game on my 1.0 character on Excalibur, and then move to Ultros when transfers open up.

My character's name is Thayos Redblade.

And, just to lay this out there now, I'm sorry guys... I barely have any gil, so I can't monopolize the economy on behalf of the linkshell. D:


EDIT: Nvm, a recent dev post makes it appear that Legacy transfers will still be months away. Grrrrr! I would gladly wipe my gil and gear to move my character to Ultros. Oh well.

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NVM, saw your EDIT too late

Edited, Aug 9th 2013 11:49am by Pryssant
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#95 Aug 09 2013 at 10:48 AM Rating: Good
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Rather than have a leader, I think all we need are individuals to step forward to lead certain events and activities. Most gamers don't have the time we once did to pour into gaming... I think the concept of ls leadership could evolve accordingly.


When did we all get so old? Smiley: frown


Seems like I've been old as long as I can remember. I stood in line as a teenager to see the original Star Wars in '77. The line wrapped around the building and down the street. Smiley: lol
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Thayos wrote:
Slight change for me...

With the news of the world transfer service happening within a few weeks of launch, I'm going to start the game on my 1.0 character on Excalibur, and then move to Ultros when transfers open up.

My character's name is Thayos Redblade.

And, just to lay this out there now, I'm sorry guys... I barely have any gil, so I can't monopolize the economy on behalf of the linkshell. D:


EDIT: Nvm, a recent dev post makes it appear that Legacy transfers will still be months away. Grrrrr! I would gladly wipe my gil and gear to move my character to Ultros. Oh well.

Edited, Aug 8th 2013 8:01pm by Thayos


You could always start fresh on Ultros... Smiley: nod
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#97 Aug 09 2013 at 11:49 AM Rating: Good
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Well i'd like an invite too! Amat V'Curam DoW would be PLD but I'll be mining full time. Mebbe with a bit of dabbling in armorer.

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I'll spend most of my initial time on my legacy character because of friends who don't want to re-roll, but I'll also be bringing up the new character when they're not on. (I tend to play a lot more than them, which instead of taking as a sign to play less, I'll just have another character.) >.>
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#100 Aug 09 2013 at 12:43 PM Rating: Excellent
I am starting fresh on Ultros. It sucks though, because I worked so hard to complete my 1.0 character's storyline, and I hate having to throw that away in order to play on the server where my community is.

I will probably play a bit on my old character too, but ultimately, I see no point in having two active characters.
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I'll spend most of my initial time on my legacy character because of friends who don't want to re-roll, but I'll also be bringing up the new character when they're not on. (I tend to play a lot more than them, which instead of taking as a sign to play less, I'll just have another character.) >.>


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