billybill wrote:I'm sorry but after Wises, chamberly and noccer I am the fourth to point out the bad taste of that name
You probably misread noccer... as he never said that...
in a game where you KILL people with WEAPONS like AK47 in Maps like DM-PARIS and DM-WorldTradeCenter
errorist is really not a bad name
I seriously start to doubt your intentions billybill, as I have trouble finding a constructive part in your "conclusions" and comments.
You mention "re-branding", although no-one else mentioned this was happening, so I wonder what you are talking about and where you are referring to.
I have no clue why I should re-brand anything.
The thread title reads "Invitation for The Errorist Network / 333networks forums!"
The topic on my board, which I pointed you to and the explanation I gave should have been enough to understand that it is 1 board, shared by 2 different websites.
I also explained how it became "errorist" in the first place...
But to explain for the last time: My nickname in Unreal is Syntax-Error. I was called the Errorist by one of the other players.
Since I run multiple Unreal servers, I started to call it The Errorist Network, because I found it funny how it sounded.
If you have any problem with that, I don't mind, atleast I know my intentions are sincere.
My simple website was already active on http://www.errorist.tk
, that's why I have chosen to run the board on the subdomain "forum.errorist.tk", nothing strange about that, since this is often done by websites. From my main "website" the first link under "Quick Links" on the right site of the website points to the forum. In the left menu the link "Forums" explains we started to offer a forum and shows a link to it. On every page, the news box is shown, which also mentions the forum is launched and has a link to it as well. I don't think people would have trouble to find it.
Still.... I don't understand your problem.
billybill wrote:Looks like it's on an off-shore anonymous free domain too, rather than on your main one... I do wonder
Which "main one"? I'm sorry to see you can only see what's on "the dark side" (refering to Star Wars).
On the other hand I wonder what is worse...
A ".tk" domain which I got for free, or you mentioning on your website (http://www.oceaniaut.com
) "When I find the bitcoin account I signed up with I will add it to this page." where you ask for donations and announce that you are "probably not off offering a game server rentals". The fact that Bitcoin is often used by criminals for money laundering and criminal activities, does not give me a positive feeling to say the least, let alone that I would need my creditcard info to pay for your services...
Besides... If you would have taken the time, you would have known that the tld ".tk" (dot.tk) is quite populair, but also free (as in, costs nothing to register).
If you had looked even furter, you also would have known that the registrar for ".tk" domains is a Dutch company, based in the Netherlands: http://www.dot.tk/nl/aboutdottk.html
The main reason I decided to register a ".tk" last year was simple: It costs nothing!
I don't ask anyone for money or donations and I don't have advertisements on my website and forum...
I have several servers (VPS's) geographically spread, which I use for my hobby.
- Experimenting with Linux servers
- Running Unreal servers
- running a Master Server
- Create PHP scripts & websites
- Test stuff to see how things work.
...And help out if I can, like I did for 333networks when they had to do maintenance on their servers: I completely hosted the main website and masterserver for aprox. two weeks until maintenance was done. I would do that anytime again if needed (I have 1 server running a full copy as standby server
I did this to help someone, not to gain any income. I didn't ask for money, I didn't get any money for it. I was glad I could help.
You can check my Unreal servers or website and forum, but you will see I ask no money, nor do I ask for donations.
Reason for that : I don't need it.
When I opened the thread here about unrealtournament.info going down, people started saying that it was a shame that it was down and started to ask about a similair board. So.. I installed it, created some topics and stuff and invited everyone... with a post on my board "we value your feedback" asking to tell me what people are missing, so I can look into that and add it to my board.
What is wrong with that?
If you don't want to visit, then don't.
If you do want to visit, you're more than welcome to.
But until now...
I have no clue what your intentions are, since you haven't asked me one single question about it.
You just start with conclusions which have poor arguments...
My intentions are simple: I try to offer a board for people who asked for that sort of board.
And what did you do...?
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me:
- Email: syntax [at] errorist [dot] tk
- ICQ: 31119018
- MSN: firstname.lastname@example.org
- IRC: irc.synirc.net - #TEN
Wises wrote:aside from the name I think that its a good service to provide
Wises wrote:keep up the good work..