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First of all, I'd like to thank all the users that submitted applications. It's wonderful to know that so many of you want to be a part of the team, but as you know it's unfortunate that not all of you can be. There was some very impressive applications and some not so impressive.

 

The news mods are:

  • Zainy
  • The Black Tux
  • Bradsta
  • TheD
  • ITryNotToTroll
  • And Blade when he comes back from service.

Please congratulate all of them!

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I just want more official Tribot developers. Having only 1 is only limited ourselves and will eventually be a downfall if it continues. 

 

However, I'm happy to see improvement one step at a time. Well, let's hope this is an improvement. The determining factor here will be how the disputes section is handled. Everything else is insignificant in comparison. 

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I just want more official Tribot developers. Having only 1 is only limited ourselves and will eventually be a downfall if it continues. 

 

However, I'm happy to see improvement one step at a time. Well, let's hope this is an improvement. The determining factor here will be how the disputes section is handled. Everything else is insignificant in comparison.

Cleaned the 4 pages with TheD :)

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Cleaned the 4 pages with TheD :)

 

Well the threads are gone. I don't know what they were all about, though.

 

I kind of meant how disputes themselves will be handled. Anyone can ban someone and move a topic. Takes some real moderation for the dispute to be solved fairly and efficiently. 

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Well the threads are gone. I don't know what they were all about, though.

 

I kind of meant how disputes themselves will be handled. Anyone can ban someone and move a topic. Takes some real moderation for the dispute to be solved fairly and efficiently. 

We contacted both parties, re-opened the investigation, if they were finished we closed them, if they were not they are still in the dispute section. on some others we made a decision on what to do regarding the given information and/or the entire dispute it self.

 

I can assure you, we are handling disputes with care.

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