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Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:40 pm
by incognito
Whoever's behind it, it is magnificent. I can't deny it. :mwahaha:

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:54 pm
by Steo
The Jonster wrote:> The Jonster reaches top 10 in 5 months, faster than any other member in RPC history :lol: :lol:
I need to know why you care about this? Like you are obsessed with posting more than any other member and I actually genuinely wonder why (no joke)?

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2018 10:45 pm
by Hunchman801
The Jonster wrote:> The Jonster reaches top 10 in 5 months, faster than any other member in RPC history :lol: :lol:
Yeah right that second one's probably not true lol
While I technically beat you by becoming top poster in less than a day and with just one message, I've just realized you have a PPD of 140 which is an impressive level of sustained activity. And so is Steo's 96. I think only Beebop during his return in 2007 might be able to compete.
incognito wrote:>29/08/2018 : A lot of RPC members inexplicably get a toilet rank.
Just to clarify, no one was hacked today. Danone's password was obtained a while ago by hackers from a collection of leaked credential databases, and because he was the leader of an old group called the Teensies Club, it was possible for them to set the group rank to our beloved toilet avatar. To be fair, we had no idea this was even possible, but no harm was done!

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:50 am
by Steo
Hunchman801 wrote:While I technically beat you by becoming top poster in less than a day and with just one message, I've just realized you have a PPD of 140 which is an impressive level of sustained activity. And so is Steo's 96. I think only Beebop during his return in 2007 might be able to compete.
So there Jonster, you'll never beat Hunch's record no matter how much you post, so you can stop trying now. :P

I mean yeah, since I love Rayman and really like this community, I just enjoy it here. I wouldn't care if my PPD read 0, I had like 2 posts and I was on the bottom of that list of top posters, I just like it here. I don't even know where I am on that page or care frankly because that's not the reason I'm on RPC. I did spend about a month or 2 posting random things just because I wanted a higher rank, but I've since realised that was silly and now I just want to contribute and help others on here however I can.

But yeah Jonster, you don't need to go mad overthinking everything and trying to break records that don't exist, just enjoy it here and don't bother trying to get the better of people at everything, especially when they're things like this which don't matter. :lol:

You'll get more attention / acknowledgement by helping people or having genuine conversations with them than having a higher post count than everyone else ;)

As I already said to we're here because Rayman is an amazing game and we like the community, not for some numbers that don't mean anything that you get absolutely nothing out of. :hap:

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:34 am
by The Jonster
Steo wrote:
Hunchman801 wrote:While I technically beat you by becoming top poster in less than a day and with just one message, I've just realized you have a PPD of 140 which is an impressive level of sustained activity. And so is Steo's 96. I think only Beebop during his return in 2007 might be able to compete.
So there Jonster, you'll never beat Hunch's record no matter how much you post, so you can stop trying now. :P
Ok I admit I was a bit obsessed when I first started but now that I've been here for a little while now I'm not as invested in posting so much these days. I apologise if it looked like that way, I was just joking around.
Steo wrote: But yeah Jonster, you don't need to go mad overthinking everything and trying to break records that don't exist, just enjoy it here and don't bother trying to get the better of people at everything, especially when they're things like this which don't matter. :lol:

You'll get more attention / acknowledgement by helping people or having genuine conversations with them than having a higher post count than everyone else ;)

As I already said to we're here because Rayman is an amazing game and we like the community, not for some numbers that don't mean anything that you get absolutely nothing out of. :hap:
Yeah I need to keep telling myself that, it's much more fun talking about how amazing Rayman is than spamming the forums anyway. :hap:
I guess I can still be a bit overcompetitive and think things too much. :oops2:

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 6:37 am
by Steo
The Jonster wrote:I guess I can still be a bit overcompetitive and think things too much. :oops2:
Nobody's perfect, not even me :P

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 12:29 pm
by Hoodcom
Hunchman801 wrote:
incognito wrote:>29/08/2018 : A lot of RPC members inexplicably get a toilet rank.
Just to clarify, no one was hacked today. Danone's password was obtained a while ago by hackers from a collection of leaked credential databases, and because he was the leader of an old group called the Teensies Club, it was possible for them to set the group rank to our beloved toilet avatar. To be fair, we had no idea this was even possible, but no harm was done!
I have to honestly admit, it was pretty hilarious in the end. :lol:

It almost felt like April Fools again. :P

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:32 am
by The Jonster
September 13, 2018
- Serza5 and Ambidextroid leave the team. (Dunno what else to put here)
- Ray502 steps down from being a moderator, but remains as a Raywiki Administrator.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 1:10 pm
by Steo
It would probably be worth mentioning the phpBB update on September 21st also considering there were other updates mentioned.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 1:21 pm
by Hunchman801
Definitely! We also moved to a whole new server which is worth mentioning too.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 2:24 pm
by Steo
I wasn't aware of the server change. I assume that's why the time is actually right now :P

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:13 pm
by PluMGMK
Yep! And that's why I went missing for a day, because it took me that long to twig that my manually configured hosts file was still pointing me at the old server!

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:19 pm
by Harpic fraîcheur
October 3: The Jonster attempts joining the Jlfksjlfl but fails.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:37 am
by Hunchman801
I'm not sure this information is of much interest.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 4:01 pm
by The Jonster
No it's not as important to note my failures. :oops2: :lol:

Maybe this will though. :idea:
Sep 18:
The Jlfksjlfl declare war on MACHINE's server due to specific reasons and several of the Discord's members are either hacked/doxxed, which ultimately causes the Rayman Discord server to shut down. Several RPC members voice their opinions on the situation.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 5:15 pm
by Hunchman801
I wish we had more positive news to report but I guess it's been our daily lot lately.

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 5:36 pm
by Steo
Well I guess there was the fact that RPC reached it's 5000th member on July 27th, I don't think that was mentioned :P

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 5:55 pm
by Aaron
It wasn't and that's something worth mentioning I think :P

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:04 pm
by Harpic fraîcheur
Hunchman801 wrote:I'm not sure this information is of much interest.
As far as I know, attempts to join the Jlfksjlfl have always been recorded in the documentary!

Re: The Pirate-Community Documentary

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 9:54 pm
by Hunchman801
Harpic fraîcheur wrote:
Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:04 pm
As far as I know, attempts to join the Jlfksjlfl have always been recorded in the documentary!
I'm pretty sure it's only when people actually joined, isn't it?