Tag Archives: Council of Stellar Management
Sat, Sep 10, 2011 | 22:07 BST
It’s that time again, only it’s Saturday.
Sat, Jul 02, 2011 | 22:07 BST
EVE Online developer CCP was in hot water with its own player base over micro-transactions recently, but has found a resolution after a meeting with user representatives.
Thu, Jun 26, 2008 | 09:31 BST
The first democratically elected MMO body, EVE Online’s Council of Stellar Management, has put out a press release saying it’s “pleased” with its first meeting with CCP in Iceland.
“We had a great dialogue with the developers and they were exceedingly open to our ideas and suggestions and pretty straightforward in explaining technical limitations where not. It was clear that some changes we suggested were already on CCP’s agenda, but it was also nice to see the occasional ‘eureka’, ‘why didn’t we think of that?’ moment amongst the developers. This clearly demonstrated the value of the process both to us as players but also to CCP,” said Andrew Cruse, CSM chairman.
Game aside, having a meeting in Iceland would be pleasing to anyone, frankly. Amazing place. Full thing after the link.
Wed, Mar 19, 2008 | 14:20 GMT
EVE has apparently become the first MMO to become governed by a democratically-elected governing body. The Council of Stellar Management has emerged from a proper election, and will consist of nine players and five reservists. The body will effectively act as a bridge between the community and developer CCP, discussing game-related issues with both.
Press release after the link.