It is time for another staff meeting. This meeting is for CLWO Jailbreak TrialMod+.
The meeting will be held on Saturday 28/10 at 9PM CEST ( 9.00 PM NL,DE,IT,SW e.t.c, 8.00 PM UK e.t.c.).
As always, maximum attendance is expected and it helps a lot if you think about your points beforehand.
Thanks to nilo, fixing sourcemod problems after update, we are up and running. Thanks for patience and enjoy server!
thanks to new CS:GO update is our JB server currently down. Inilo will get on it soon, we can expect server up and running today. Meanwhile, feel free to try out our TTT server! Its reall fun.
Edgy Kid posted this topic a few days ago about whether CLWO should own a Discord server. We've had mixed responses from within the staff team, some people seem to like Teamspeak, something they've gotten used to for a while time. Others want a new, better service which provides superior usability.
Since we're rather split about what decision to make, we've decided to make a poll to try to work out what you guys think we should do. To ensure people are "informed" before making a decision, here is an updated set of bullet points that tries to fairly portray both the positives and negatives of Discord. If you feel this list is misleading, or missing information, message me / reply to this post and I'll update it accordingly.
Discord is estimated to have over 45 million active users and has raised tens of millions of dollars, it can be relied on to stay up for at least the next few years.
Discord is installed by far more gamers than Teamspeak is, leading to less friction joining the server and hopefully raising the number of people chatting.
Discord can be used on mobile devices for free, whereas the Teamspeak app appears to cost money.
Discord support screen sharing, search history and permanently stores messages. It also supports "smart embeds" of images, gifs and emojis.
To use Discord as we use Teamspeak, we would likely have to write most of our verification plugins again. We do have someone willing to do that, however.
Although Discord has a large community base at the moment, people can switch between messaging platforms incredibly quickly.
Discord only has two levels of room hierarchy (categories & rooms), compared with Teamspeaks infinite.