From Armagetron

Where are the team lists?---Durka 20:56, 22 October 2006 (CDT)

i've streamlined it... there aren't any... though i think it is sensible for each team to have their own wiki page... perhaps i will clarify that on the challenge board... btw i didn't make it public because i was wanting to get people's feedback first... it is not my project and rain and others might want to check it was ok... could you stay in touch before you do these things durka? i would like to work with you, but we need to confer a little more... what do you think? --04:53, 23 October 2006 (CDT)

Well, I pretty much thought you were making it public when you went to CT Forums, SP Forums, Arma Forums, and some other forums I think and announcing that there was a 5th I thought that you were making it public...sorry. About the team wiki page thing...well that's good to show who is in the team, but not for who will and might actually attend the event. Example: Tronic Monkeys: it shows whos on the team, but there is no list for who is going to show up...I think this will be needed and has been useful in the about reconsidering this? ---Durka 22:53, 23 October 2006 (CDT)

I was requesting feedback initially, but no harm done... regarding teamlists, how useful are they? i mean, on the night, what is the relationship between the names on the lists and the people who turn up? perhaps for big important competitions it is important to have a teamlist, but for regular events, every month or every week even, it is more about who turns up and wants to play... i think we should try it out... since i got frustrated with players not sticking their names down with a month's warning... surely, if anyone is going to appreciate this, it is you, durka... i am trying to implement people's desires to have it streamlined, to simplify, and 3 or four stages is pretty bloody simple... how about us trying to experiment? that is, after all, the point of these things... --03:43, 24 October 2006 (CDT)

Ok sure...Just an example to prove my point: TiP...they signed up all the players in their clan and not who would make it...thus no one turned out. But, you're right. It's a learning process and an experiment. Let's see if it works! :) ---Durka 18:50, 24 October 2006 (CDT)

Not sure this is the right place for it, but Swamplords Teams is a fortress clone right now, and usually up. It is limited to 12 players, but the way I hear it that's about what you usually have, and it's usually empty. --Lucifer (forgot to login)