Battlefield 2 points not updating
Yeah keep up with the corporate big boy world attitude. Also, mods are generally considered to be popular because they're good, not because they've spent the most advertising dollars ($0? Useless Fodder , (UTC) Argument, excuse me mister I bet you have just recently hoped on the BF2 band wagon...Most full mods for BF2 are far from being released and the game has been our for over a year...
My advice is to stick solely to mods which have active websites, and split that up into released mods and mods in progress. I'm not quite sure how we will judge them as some are not as obvious as others.Remy B , 20 April 2006 (UTC)Well if group of modders are very serious, determined, and ambitious enough, why shouldn't they get some recognition in upcoming mods? The problem is, as stated, that people will want notoriety for their lame-duck projects, and this isn’t a billboard for that.This is more of a moderation issue to me, as the users here will need to remove such ambiguous advertisement.I also think that a mod with at least one update a week is sufficiently in progress, such as a media update.If a site were not to have an update (media or comment) in weeks, then the site seriously needs to be considered for removal.Remy B , 21 April 2006 (UTC)I believe a current mods section is ungainly, because mods can die or start quickly, and in a few years people might stop updating most of them.
Therefore making an article like List of Battlefield 1942 mods would be hard to maintain.--Zxcvbnm , 21 April 2006 (UTC)I suppose, but BF2 hasn't been around as long so no one is going to be overwhelmed by that many mods.
According to them, the problem is getting worse though so beware that your stats might not be recorded.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Can we also keep the replies in an orderly fashion, from left to right, and right to left and so forth?
--Hellogoodsir , 21 April 2006 (UTC)Remy, I understand, but we shouldn't go Gestapo like with the mods.
I know wikipedia is not a billboard, but if we must, we can take down all mods because it is advertising.