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UBerserker wrote:Is the size limit really necessary? I mean it isn't the first decade of 2000 anymore.
Post Posted: 28 Sep 2018, 15:39
Hellkeeper wrote:UBerserker wrote:Is the size limit really necessary? I mean it isn't the first decade of 2000 anymore.Personally, I take downloading a map pack as a gamble each time, as there's a fair chance half the maps in will not be to my taste. If the pack is huge and takes more than a few seconds to download; or if there are tons of files I need to install without an easy way for me to understand which map needs which files, I probably won't bother.Size is maybe an abstract way to enforce this, though, I think a good rule would be to have all resources inside the maps' mylevel, or as few files as possible, but it would be much harder to find a agreed-upon rule. A size limit seems fine tome.
Post Posted: 29 Sep 2018, 00:13
gopostal wrote:I posted the opinion that letting the public vote gives a distinct and unfair advantage to boring DM maps because people understand those and many play no other gametype. They won't truly consider a gametype they don't have knowledge of and they aren't going to take the time to try.
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