Whiplash wrote:misterpom wrote:competitiveness + big ego = bitterness.
TS - Brasil = Paradise
Brasil is king of F1. Come on.
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GR8Arjen wrote:Cant we just keep it simple. (KIS)
Put the server up for normal F1 wanking, with the usual rankings, no changes needed.
Add in those rankings, a extra list with the teams, that displays the avarage laptime of those teams, driven by all team-members. (after 5 wanks, we have a final ranking of all teams)
Do 5 of these weekly (team)wanks. And use the individial times of each player to create a ranking. (avarage laptime of all 5 tracks, will be the final ranking)
Use for instance something like below to rank the players in to groups, and were done.
Pos 1-6 A
pos 7-12 B
pos 13-18 C
pos 19-24 D
pos 25+ E
Simple, and not many changes are needed to have this up and running.
Tijny wrote:I'm also not at all convinced it would be popular enough to make building it worthwhile.
Jurgen-NL wrote:It's not that I don't care, it's not how I write sentences but it's about what I mean in a post that matters.
If you don't get what I mean with a certain post, then fine, you must not be that intelligent yourself, I suppose.
I admit that a post in this topic by me is written in Reirom style, but it was because I felt offended by the fact that you people seem to insult me, just because I forget to put , . ? : ; ! '' ` everywhere.
You don't need those symbols to understand eachother.
Are we really living in an age where it is important to write everything 100% correctly? And that when a mistake is spotted you have to put the hammer on that persons head for not adding them in a post?
@Whiplash' his earlier post; I also want that the game would still develop further, only I know the thruth and know that there will ''not'' be a new release of TS in the future.
GR8Arjen wrote:Whiplash wrote:As I said, it could be great to do 2 things at once: playing wanking online, and actualizing the ranking.
That's exactly what my idea above is all about.
Whiplash wrote:With that logic REIROM would be a genius (...ok, would be normal).
Jurgen-NL wrote:@ reirom right about me of what?Whiplash wrote:With that logic REIROM would be a genius (...ok, would be normal).
2nd so here your saying that everyone who cant make correct posts is a retard, with this sentence it shows how big of an ego you have of yourself.
reirom wrote:teach whiplash to make scrits. simple..
Jurgen-NL wrote:2nd so here your saying that everyone who cant make correct posts is a retard, with this sentence it shows how big of an ego you have of yourself.
GR8Arjen wrote:Well, your ranking goes way further then mine, and the idea is great. But my idea is for ranking F1 drivers, so teams can be restricted to archive a fair balance in drivers. Don't forget that this topic is about a weekly wank challange for teams.
Pingu wrote:Could be, but I think the big crowd likes F1 more then default cars, so thats why it's better to do it both
Whiplash wrote:DIT didn't work well
dede wrote:DIT actually worked very well. We had several players playing for a lot of editions.
dede wrote:My own opinion is that we cannot make a ranking basing on fixed tracks...
dede wrote:I think it's just more fun to have short competitions or single events where you can play online against other players than driving offline for no real reason.
dede wrote:I know that it's easier to just wait and see what I organize, but having two or three players willing to help out and organize stuff would be appreciated.
Having TS as 1st priority of my life for 5 years is becoming a bit annoying now. I hate when we have to cancel a race just because my internet doesn't work. I hate when I have to come back home in a hurry because there's a race I need to host. I hate when I spend 5 hours/week for playing a 30min race.
Whiplash wrote:Last time you had 3 players.
Whiplash wrote:Why not man??? Something like that is necessary for the website. You should look on it like on a feature, not just like on a competition.
dede wrote:We already reset the ranking three times, picked different cars and tracks. It can work for one or two months. After that nobody will drive those tracks anymore.
Not that simple. It's like learning to speak a new language, you can't just do it overnight. Learning how to script properly is a process that usually takes at least a year, and that is if you're passionate about it.Burn wrote:There's also something called "the Internet", I'm not sure if you guys have heard of it but some say that you can search for things online and ask questions to solve problems you may have with a certain program. MAYBE, just MAYBE, you can look up how to do those scripts online. (By the way, I don't know too much about scripts, they may be just the type of scripts that are used by TS. If you must, make new ones?)