|Why all the hate towards Epilogue?|
Why all the hate towards Epilogue?
Jan. 18th, 2004 @ 01:52 am
|Date:||January 20th, 2004 10:34 pm (UTC)|| |
Not to beat this to death, but another thing occured to me about the way my post may have been taken & I wanted to clarify.
I hope that I didn't give the impression that I was flamed at RPGnet for defending EpilogueRant.
That wasn't the case.
I don't think I made a great deal of headway at RPGnet, but the touchy, defensive, neurotic comment came out of a much broader basis than what happened over there. It was influenced by the cumulative effect of all the general reactions I've run into, not any specific cases.
|Date:||February 12th, 2004 07:58 pm (UTC)|| |
I think there are some interesting points here. Yeah, sure there are probably some overly zealous pro-Epi's and some overly spiteful anti-Epi's I imagine (I haven't read every post yet), but I think many folks are trying to be even handed and reasonable.
It seems to me that Epilogue uses a judge system in order to control content quality. Due to volume and volunteer free time, since it is run by volunteers, there is more than one judge.
I guess the question I am leading to, is that the number one problem I hear (at least in this thread), is that Epi judging is inconsistent, but since every judge will undoubtedly have their own taste, and some will be tougher critics than others, what suggestions do you have for Epilogue to fix the problem of inconsistent judging?
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