Today, 8:15 AM · 2058 replies and 93944 views.
If API has bugs that stop the tools that stop players, that hits ED where it hurts too of course so I'm not over critical, though I hope API devs can organise themselves to streamline their contact with FD, in return for FD's commitment to streamline theirs.
2.3 is still relatively fresh, Frontier still trying to stabilise the main game client (some xbox players still locked out entirely if I understand correctly) and I imagine PM's from indiviudual API tools devs would get lost in the overall noise of critical bug reports, putting quite a lot on FD's plate at a critical time.
So do the API devs have a Union representative now?
That would streamline. Imagine business as usual in the subforum and when a critical API problem arises the Union Rep, having got the shout from the API devs, red flags it with Frontier who'll take note because "Sir, Mr Mandela is on the phone!" (we could have a laugh about it being Mr Putin if you like, ha! classic). But this "red teleephone", means no need for dozens of...