A Message to Woody Via YouTube
Created On: 27/10/2010 20:38:43
Edited By YNOT-the-TIGER On: 27/10/2010 20:41:30
First let me start off by saying two things. One, I doubt you will actually read this, and two I came to HUPIT because you offered something completely unique to the gaming experience, a chance to meet fellow gamers.
However, tonight I'm starting to experience the problems other HUPIT members have expressed to me via private message about the moderators on the web forum. I understand you guys set rules up for a reason, but there comes a time when all rules need to be modified. Here is my issue with the web forum.
Today I noticed that yes, you can share gamertags, but something was missing. At first I couldn't exactly put my finger on it, but today I had that lightbulb moment while I was sitting in my school's library. There was no way to organize players within a certain region. So, I made a simple post on the MoH/BC2 section about trying to get players interested in playing only MoH/BC2 to post who they are and when they are mostly online. I was dismayed at only getting 1 response in over 2 hours. That's not the problem. The problem is that I was warned for violating a HUPIT rule about posting in the correct section, and as a result my post was moved to the lets play now/clan recruitment section.
My problem is that my post about a game that isn't all that popular is going to get buried under MW2 posts that range from clan recruitment to team battles. Why is it such a sin that I created a thread within the MoH/BC2 section (games that don't have the rabid following of MW2) about trying to organize individual players of MoH/BC2 into teams? Isn't the the core tenant behind HUPIT in the first place?
Like I said I understand rules are put into place for a reason. I'm not some kid bitching and complaining, I'm a 27 year old man and I honestly can't stand seeing logic go flying right out of the window. Especially when I am simply trying to unitize HUPIT as it was intended to be used.
God I hope this reaches you, and maybe you can enlighten some of the moderators to use a little bit more common sense before they act.
Thanks for everything you've been doing for the community, Woody.