mustardoverlord
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#19 official coach's corner in TF2 General Discussion

thanks for interview, my only disappointment is that he didn't ask me about the spawncamp, that's lore in and of itself! (and an opportunity for me to get entertainingly salty)

posted 1 day ago
#5 Dont Molest Children Challenge (!!!IMPORTANT!!!) in The Dumpster

Sia is failing this

posted 2 days ago
#44 I got high-ass frametime. How do I reduce it? in Q/A Help
_flacmustardoverlordthis might be an incredibly obvious point and I'm not a tech genius or anything but have you checked for dust buildup inside your laptop, as well as fan curves and stuff like that

I feel like if your frame time is way worse than your frame rate then thermals are prolly the main factor right?

Im pretty sure dust build up would lead to thermal throttling, which would just lower all frame times. I dont think thermals cause most stuttering, but I could be wrong...

I'm sure you're right, you're talking to a guy who had to clear cmos with a screwdriver like 1 hour into using his new pc earlier today

posted 3 days ago
#41 I got high-ass frametime. How do I reduce it? in Q/A Help

this might be an incredibly obvious point and I'm not a tech genius or anything but have you checked for dust buildup inside your laptop, as well as fan curves and stuff like that

I feel like if your frame time is way worse than your frame rate then thermals are prolly the main factor right?

posted 3 days ago
#39 I got high-ass frametime. How do I reduce it? in Q/A Help

if you want to work very few hours w/ school obligation and just make enough money to cover a pc (because you definitely aren't paying rent), consider tutoring

hell you could prolly find some rich parents who want someone to teach their kids to code since you seem to like that kind of stuff

posted 3 days ago
#10 I got high-ass frametime. How do I reduce it? in Q/A Help

use the ubersaw, it gives more frames

posted 6 days ago
#15 stop paying for esea premium rofl in Off Topic

so I was still on that list even though I told my dad to cancel it at the time (it was on his paypal cuz I first got esea premium literally like 11 years ago)

turns out he missed it because they're now called "turtle entertainment online" on paypal receipts??

posted 6 days ago
#4 stop paying for esea premium rofl in Off Topic

step 1: entire tf2 community stops paying esea premium for no reason

step 2: bitcoin prices tank worldwide

step 3: buy bitcoin at reduced price

step 4: everyone buys esea premium again

step 5: profit

posted 6 days ago
#62 Discuss: Locked threads and moderation decisions in TF2 General Discussion
Whiskerlike DuMmTm, you can expect a more "official" response soon™(ish)

I think the problem is that people actually want a say in this sort of stuff in a community league, with a real back-and-forth, rather than "admin team argues with each other in a locked discord chat then puts out an 'official' statement like 2 weeks after people complain", which seems to be the MO of both tftv and rgl at the moment

posted 1 week ago
#57 Discuss: Locked threads and moderation decisions in TF2 General Discussion

lmao wait that's the fake lan guy??

that's just rich

posted 1 week ago
#40 Discussion: rgl is bad in TF2 General Discussion
det-holding invite players to higher levels of scrutiny = banning ppl they don't like for petty shit that doesnt deserve a ban

the thing is, I'm not even opposed to holding invite players to higher levels of scrutiny. the problem is, it needs to be a two-way street. if invite players have to adhere to stricter rules, the admins need to actually try to cultivate better relationships with them, and also be more transparent in their decisions.

look at, say, cs:go to see what I mean. on the one hand, top tier pros would definitely get in trouble for things that no random player ever would. at the same time, pro players have direct channels to communicate with valve, their feedback is sought more directly, and if any pro player gets banned you best believe it's instantly going to require a big news post explaining everything, rather than just a random anonymous ban. and that's valve, a giant corporation with a reputation for being absentee/opaque in their decisionmaking. the idea that volunteer mods in a community league with 1/1,000 of the player base would be so secretive and paranoid is just absurd.

posted 1 week ago
#37 Discussion: rgl is bad in TF2 General Discussion
tacocathttps://rgl.gg/?r=40&a=1512

They unbanned the MAL players but they are contemplating stricter rules on invite players through use of a player survey. That part of the article is so vague and leaves the question of whether they will police invite players outside of scrims/matches through pugs or comms. Also where are the sponsors they talk about, because all I see is mannco.store sponsoring invite highlander and nothing else.

like 500,000 words and they still haven't even addressed the fact that they banned a black person for saying the n word

again, if they plan on holding invite players to a higher level of scrutiny, then it's on them to do their due diligence in that regard

posted 1 week ago
#29 Discussion: rgl is bad in TF2 General Discussion
bearodactylcan we also talk about the fact that RGL bans people without any warning?

if someone's alias having a chinese translation of a producer tag is deemed offensive enough to not be allowed in the league, the proper course of action is to *tell them*, same for the map review shit, giving a warning would have been entirely understandable and this whole situation would have been avoided

I said this about non-ban rgl decisions but it applies here
https://www.teamfortress.tv/post/1023308/rgl-season-5-invite-qualifiers

like clockwork says a bit of context would be nice in such a small community, but even barring that how about at least a lil transparency

unless this is like cheating and you can't reveal why someone was banned unless you teach other people new slurs to use??? that doesn't seem right!

posted 2 weeks ago
#41 Discuss: Locked threads and moderation decisions in TF2 General Discussion
BumFreezeimo threads should only be locked when it becomes one freak / two freaks talking to themselves on a thread after the point that no one else cares

you cant do this to me bumfreeze

posted 2 weeks ago
#24 Discuss: Locked threads and moderation decisions in TF2 General Discussion
ireRGL admins: https://rgl.gg/?a=1461

I see I am an OFFICIAL RGL CASTER

in my capacity as a caster I ask that you unban safrix thanks

posted 2 weeks ago
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