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Old 01-13-2020, 07:52 AM   #41
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Exactly spot on. Razbam communication to customers has been mixed at best. The monthly video updates were nice until they were dropped due to customer criticism which I found a none too convincing explanation. I would have been happy with some simple official Razbam monthly or even quarterly statement on progress of modules and plans. But hopefully lessons have been learned and 2020 will see good progress with completion of the Harrier and M2K modules along with solid communication of the progress being made on these.



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I can't for the life of me see, why any lessons should have been learned. 2019 was all about business as usual and if it threatens to boil over, lift the lid for a moment.
But maybe 2020 will be the year of a miraculous change.
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Old 01-15-2020, 08:29 AM   #42
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Well that's the sort of thing they could have posted a few months back when all this conjecture started.



I'm glad that they are being transparent.



But it looks like there are only 2 actual coders Zeus and Leo presumably. FM is presumably Smiley, And we can fill in the blanks on the 3D guys according to project (s).
They did... at least the general message ("finish old modules before moving on") was announced quite a while ago and just in December announced very prominently, again.
https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?p=4147034
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Old 01-15-2020, 06:32 PM   #43
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They did... at least the general message ("finish old modules before moving on") was announced quite a while ago and just in December announced very prominently, again.
https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?p=4147034
I was referring to the rough "teams" or what their idea of a "team" is. Its quite different than what I would expect. But at least we know now.

Yes the finish the old first has been repeated. And will hopefully come to pass.
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Old 02-25-2020, 01:48 AM   #44
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Not going to hold my breath on this one. Just look at what happened with the A-7 development.
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Old 02-27-2020, 10:13 AM   #45
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RAZBAM! Time to fix your attitude!

DO NOT USE FACEBOOK FOR YOUR DCS PRODUCTS ANNOUNCEMENTS!

Why caps? BECAUSE THIS HAS BEEN TOLD TO YOU LOOOONG TIME AGO AND MULTIPLE TIMES!

Not all people use Facebook, that is just stupid service to use from their point of view!

And it is anyways illogical and unfair that a ED customers who invest money and time to DCS World, that has the E-store and the user forums in the ED servers, that they need to go and find the information from third party services like Facebook, Discord etc etc!

No, the ED should make the requirement in their contract that the third party will first and foremost announce and inform the DCS World customers primarily on the ED forums. That is why ED assigns you a dedicated sub-forum, offers you the spot in their weekly newsletter etc etc.

So get your act in form, here first, and after you have put everything in the ED forums, then you can go to post to facebook, discord or even to IRC if you so want! I don't then even mind if you would write it to paper by hand and send a horse courier to deliver news to some people around the world as I, like many others, never will use Facebook or Discord for searching information of your products in DCS World!
My fault chaps, I put the map updates on facebook because its as simple to copy and past and image / video into facebook. to post pictures on here i have to upload the images to an external host, no excuses though. anyways from now on i will update this thread with any news on the Falklands map.

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Old 02-27-2020, 11:55 AM   #46
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to post pictures on here i have to upload the images to an external host
FB can be that external host (and in fact may be its best quality), simple as right click > copy image address
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:06 PM   #47
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My fault chaps, I put the map updates on facebook because its as simple to copy and past and image / video into facebook. to post pictures on here i have to upload the images to an external host, no excuses though. anyways from now on i will update this thread with any news on the Falklands map.

Apologies

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You can setup folders for uploading images to here in your profile. I don't recall if there is a limit on size, so that might be an issue at some point in time, but you can display the images in posts perfectly without 3rd parties sites, which might spit in the soup at some point -- see PhotoBucket for example.
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Old 02-29-2020, 03:18 PM   #48
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My fault chaps, I put the map updates on facebook because its as simple to copy and past and image / video into facebook. to post pictures on here i have to upload the images to an external host, no excuses though. anyways from now on i will update this thread with any news on the Falklands map.

Apologies

thanks Specter
Nice of you to respond to that post. I almost wish you hadn't. "The Customer is Always Right" can always be offset with "We Reserve the Right to Refuse Service".

Ironically, the complaint in that post was about "communication".

The internet has done so much damage to the idea of respecting other people. Anonymity has done society no favors.
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