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Discussion in 'UHall' started by R Traveler, Jan 29, 2010.
Am I only one who miss weekly ping-back from UO devs on Fridays?
I miss FoF.
What is there to miss? Not much of anything with real substance ever got answered anyways. Kind of like it is now with the Ask Devs forum.
Agree. Regular friday's FoF was good, every friday it was possible to esteem the interesting.
'Ask the devs' it's very sad with the irregular updating.
I miss getting feedback of any kind.
Hello, they answered SIX WHOLE QUESTIONS this month!! That's AWESOME communication!
no you not the only one, but what are we to do? Drive down to Virginia and force them to answer questions? It is totally up to EAMythic to garner the goodwill of the players and sadly it the same old, same old lines from them. It a new era in communication, we are going to do better, blah, blah, blah. more things change the more they stay the same.
At least with FoF we got 5 stupid answers to stupid questions in a week.... now we are lucky to get 5 stupid answers to stupid questions in a Month.
This is ridiculous.
Where are our updates? Where are the bug fixes??? And just WHEN is the danged EC going to be fixed?
I can answer.
"Soon", "Coming in the next publish", and "Never".
They mock Pet Society in that article, yet it has more updates and better communication than UO.
Personally, I like the silence. It's a alot better this way. I dont have to see every other thread speculating on how much new content will be worth in the next publish.
I read somewhere... perhaps in the Ask The Devs forum that the "Ask The Devs" forum has effectively replaced the FoF. The post was made by someone from EA - possibly "Phoenix" something or other. It would have been nice if they posted this in UO Herald but I supposed it was too much to ask. Instead, announcing it in the forum itself makes waaaaay more sense
It really was something to look forward too at the end of the week. Yeah, sometimes the questions seemed a lame, but still it was communication sorta like a weekly newsletter.