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+ - More Allegations of Developer Misconduct in EVE

Submitted by umilmi81
umilmi81 (666) writes "The EVE Online player based alliance GoonSwarm has published an open letter, including screen shots, accusing CCP employees of joining a member corporation, giving himself director level permissions, and then leaving the corporation.

In-game petitions sent to CCP about the incident were subsequently deleted. A forum moderator acknowledged the accusations, and has directed the matter to internal affairs.

CCP created an internal affairs department after admitting developer misconduct on previous occasions."

Comment: Re:1000 players... (Score 3, Informative) 249

by Nananine (#18367539) Attached to: EVE Online Answers Your Questions
This needs to be clarified, because that's actually an inaccurate description of events.

After a node crashes, there is a queue for players to log in. There is no artificial "priority" for attackers or defenders. The defenders were mistakenly ordered to mash the log in key over and over again, which reset their place in queue.

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