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#12 Now that the cat's out of the bag in TF2 General Discussion

Yeah, I kinda agree. I have mad respect for (now most of) the people who worked on it, but eventually this little game will fade away and leagues will all shut down and for those of us for whom this was a hugely important and formative part of their lives, we'd be better served by having a happy and fun filled documentary to remember our little community and game by.

posted 4 days ago
#111 BTS 2020 LAN cancelled in News
deykuzorI don't know if this has been said before, and I haven't done more than lurk on these forums in a year but it needs to be said if it hasn't:

If admin reactions to being called out for the improper handling of a player ban (regardless of who is right in that context. My experience with alfa in stream chats was always on the cuff and semi-cordial) is enough to make them throw their hands in the air, cry "boo hoo, everyone should just do the event without me!" and then nuke the event another organization was willing to go out on a limb to assist us in organizing, clearly, we should have not trusted them to organize the event in the first place.

Seriously, can we as a community just start electing some level-headed ambassadors with no drama attached? I don't care how good they are at the game, or how often they've been involved in production or whatever, just get some nice, level headed community members into power and start feeding them resources. Seriously. Drama from community organizers has been plaguing us since at least 2011.

The problem is that we as community organizers are not elected. We are the people who are willing to put the time and effort and (significant amounts of) personal money into this game. With very few exceptions, no one has gotten paid for their involvement in the TF2 scene, and even those few that have will tell you that they did not make a positive return on their investment.

Every project I've ever helped with has had an open call for volunteers. In almost every case, people with no real skillset other than patience and willingness to herd cats for 2-3 hours have been welcome. Every time we get a flood of positive responses then no one shows up, people flake, we end up with the same core dozen or so people doing everything. That's how I ended up doing servers for every NA TF2 LAN for like 4 years. Its not a complex job, anyone who has ever put in rcon commands and seen a linux terminal could do what I do, and probably better, but no one else seems to want to sit in a corner for the entirety of LAN and keep things moving.

The people who are "ambassadors" are really more like organizers. Samiface worked super hard and leveraged contacts she's made in the industry to try and help get this off the ground. You couldn't "elect" anyone into her position.

posted 1 week ago
#66 My Story With Dashner: A Thread in TF2 General Discussion
YeeHawdrshdwpuppetWe (the community) did a bad job of protecting its members, many of whom are or were in the exact same situation you were when this was done to you.not really fair to blame the 'community' for this one maybe a few people close to dashner (sami), but how would 99% of people have any idea what was going on

I'm not just talking about this specific incident either.

How many people need to be outed as either pedophiles or sexually aggressive or taking advantage of power differences in the community before people realize that its a community problem. It is not our fault, that will 100% lie with the perpetrators of whatever crime or shitty thing that happens, but to pretend that we do not have a community wide problem with this sort of thing is to be completely ignorant.

No individual is responsible for "protecting the community". We are all responsible for keeping the community the kind of welcoming and safe place that it has enjoyed a reputation of being for years. We all benefit from things like this NOT happening and idk about you but I feel some sort of responsibility for my fellow TF2 player.

posted 1 week ago
#52 My Story With Dashner: A Thread in TF2 General Discussion

Console and anyone else he may have hurt.

We (the community) did a bad job of protecting its members, many of whom are or were in the exact same situation you were when this was done to you.

I'm so very sorry. When the uberchain thread first came out now (years?) ago, I knew exactly who she was talking about immediately. I'm sure I'm not the only one, and that it continued to happen says a whole lot more about us as a community than either of you as victims.

I hope you can look back on your time in TF2 with fondness. I only met you that once but you are passionate and dedicated.

posted 1 week ago
#47 BTSTF2 in LAN Discussion

cu@

Somehow got roped into doing servers again.

posted 2 weeks ago
#26 Legendary TF2 Matches in TF2 General Discussion

I'm not sure how actually good the match was, but seasons and seasons ago I casted a Gravelpit match from an ESEA LAN with some early rendition of ascent and I want to say a pure team (though which one I can no longer remember) where the first team set an unbelievable time in the upper 1m50s range and then during the setup time I went on like an ass about how that time was essentially unbeatable and then wouldn't you know it the fuckers won by an additional 2-3 seconds or something.

It was just an insane game from a long time ago that I had a lot of fun casting/producing for so maybe nostalgia is muddying the waters.

posted about a year ago
#150 RGB LAN - March 2018 in LAN Discussion
ConsoleFor anyone who did not get a chance to watch the stream, the VOD can be found here
Edit: All casted matches are now labeled and timestamped, just click on the matchup you want to see below :D

Upper Bracket Round 1 - Snakewater - Salty Seamen vs. BLANC eSports

Upper Bracket Round 2 - Metalworks - BLANC eSports vs. Sparkle Gang

Upper Bracket Final - Snakewater - Hooligans 4 Hire vs. Sparkle Gang

Lower Bracket Round 3 - Gullywash - BLANC eSports vs. mr_popo_lan

Lower Bracket Final - Process - mr_popo_lan vs. Sparkle Gang

Grand Finals Map 1 - Gullywash - Hooligans 4 Hire vs. Sparkle Gang

Grand Finals Map 2 - Process - Hooligans 4 Hire vs. Sparkle Gang

Oh god please don't watch my casting x.x

posted about a year ago
#142 RGB LAN - March 2018 in LAN Discussion

all rgb demos that were recorded by the server can be found at https://mega.nz/#F!D8oFSAjb!rSaBz4rr-QmwTh9oHN9dnQ

not all of those will be matches. I've done no sorting or renaming.

posted about a year ago
#134 RGB LAN - March 2018 in LAN Discussion

DM and MGE servers are in your server browser.

Pug server available on request with RCON, same with scrim server.

MGE 10.0.0.15:27015
DM 10.0.0.15:27016

posted about a year ago
#16 Rewind 2 Demo/STV Dump in LAN Discussion

http://www.teamfortress.tv/46386/official-rewind-ii-stv-demos#1

posted about a year ago
#1 OFFICIAL REWIND II STV DEMOS in LAN Discussion

It is time for my annual contribution to the community again! I am starting with Day 2 and 3, invite bracket only. I will upload the open demos, but I will not sort through them, they will be posted as one big zip file for people. This is primarily because I have neither an official record, nor an official team roster list to work from. Sorry!

UPPER BRACKET Ro6
se7en vs svift

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Froyotech vs Ascent

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LOWER ROUND 1 (bo1)
Big Chips vs Velocity eSports on gullywash LOGS
Black Swan vs King's Crew on process LOGS GC LOG

LOWER ROUND 2

Ascent vs Winner LR1 g1

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Svift vs Winner LR1 g2

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Svift vs Black Swans
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LOWER ROUND 3

Winner LR2 g1 vs Winner LR2 g2

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Ascent vs Svift
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UPPER BRACKET FINAL

Winner UB1 vs WINNER UB2

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Froyotech vs Se7en
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LOWER BRACKET FINAL

Winner LR3 vs Loser UBF

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se7en vs Ascent
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GRAND FINAL

WINNER UBF vs WINNER LBF

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Froyotech vs Ascent
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If there are any errors, post here or send me a PM. Open demos to come later this evening (they are uploading on my shitnet while I sleep)

posted about a year ago
#14 Rewind 2 Demo/STV Dump in LAN Discussion

https://imgur.com/m29OdJJ

Sorry its taking so long, working a ton and I came down with post lan crud. Working on it right now and will not sleep until posted

posted about a year ago
#10 Rewind 2 Demo/STV Dump in LAN Discussion
glitturedrshdwpuppetdemos will be uploaded either at the end of the event or as time/schedule allows.eta?

Tomorrow night

posted about a year ago
#56 rewind 2 shoutouts in TF2 General Discussion

Oh man where even to start.

First of all, shoutout to ESA and especially Wade. We as a community have had other homes over the years ESEA GXL, FITES Insomnia, but nothing comes close to the level of dedication and interest expressed by ESA. They really make us feel special and, in a way, Rewind is the primarily TF2 event we've always deserved. Special shoutout to ESA's server guy for coming in on his day off to help answer a few of my questions, their technical guys for always having a solution to whatever batshit request or need we had next, and their production team for fitting in seamlessly with the workflow.

Extra special shoutout to Wade for hosting the after party. I'm 90% sure he'll never make that mistake again, but it was a great time.

Shoutout to Dreamboat, Smithsonian, Turbotabs, Cornpop, Ma3la, Tino, Row, Ombrack, Nuze, Dashner, silentes, getawhale and all of the production people my hung over and jet lagged brain is forgetting. Production was amazing this year and really set the bar for TF2 events imo.
Shoutout to Kenneth for being genuinely awesome and somehow being the only tournament organizer in TF2 history to not have the entire event run extremely late.
Shoutout to tsc for min/maxing pepperoni levels on pizza until it is too late to order. Secondary shoutout to Dreamboat for it being his fault.
Shoutout to Samiface for once again showing her insane dedication to our gigantic family and for being a real friend. <3
Jasbutts for the airbnb, never again will I want to fit 6 to a hotel room. Everyone having a bed is amazing. Also for being a friend even though she probably had no idea who I was before the event. Your kindness is appreciated.
Kevinispwn for seamlessly doing any job asked, for being my LAN partner, and for being my absolute favorite person in TF2 <3
Extine and his roommates for hosting a chill little get together on Saturday night. I couldn't make it out to the main gig at Sami's because I had to be up super early, but I had fun chatting with everyone.
Sideshow, Bren, Muma, and every other gamer that made it beyond our little community for coming back and being hype as fuck
Pete, showstopper, griff, slicerogue, and everyone else that came up and said hi, you guys are all awesome.

Shoutout to all the invite teams for being cognizant of our time constraints and really following admin requests with almost no push back. I know slamming through 3 games with 5 minutes between each and having to swap sides in between sets is hard, but your patience and professionalism shone this lan (yes even se7en)

I am 100% forgetting people but I'm fried from 24 hours of travelling and a weekend of working such an amazing event. Thank you to everyone who came, watched, donated, or even just plays this stupid little hat game. I cried on the way home because every year this gets harder and harder for me to pull off with my real life and I know that one of these will be my last. You guys have been better than my family for the last decade and I can never thank everyone in the community enough for that.

CU@Rewind 3?

posted about a year ago
#36 Rewind II viewer's guide in News

tactical pauses are legal, no one has needed one.

posted about a year ago
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