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Rankings

Post by RWJones212 » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 8:12 pm

What criteria is used in determining the organisational ranking of the fighters?

Thanks!

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Re: Rankings

Post by Paul Norman » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 9:52 pm

Its an accumulative performance count multiplied by an organisation factor...

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Post by javier_83 » Thu 27 Jun, 2013 5:41 pm

its a question PAul, does the new titles or organization that we create, are going to have the same ranking or will change? in the past version we had that "issue" for saying like that, that every custom title has the same rankings.

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Post by Paul Norman » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 2:37 pm

javier_83 wrote:its a question PAul, does the new titles or organization that we create, are going to have the same ranking or will change? in the past version we had that "issue" for saying like that, that every custom title has the same rankings.
Its something I have on my master list. I need to work out a sensible way to tune your organizations ranking which will be a combination of factors, record, past titles current titles etc.. Then you can set how much importance the ranking will give each aspect of the calculation.

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Post by javier_83 » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 3:40 pm

ohh perfect!! :D, thanks a lot for all your effort Paul!!

by looking your avatar, your linux fan boy right???

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Post by Paul Norman » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 6:48 pm

javier_83 wrote:ohh perfect!! :D, thanks a lot for all your effort Paul!!

by looking your avatar, your linux fan boy right???
Yes, I have been working for ten years on Linux. CM4, FMH and FML were all working on Linux as I used it as my desktop at SI. They never released the game on Linux but it technically worked!

Likewise TBCB2013 was developed on Linux, even the Windows build is done on my Linux laptop... I guess the reason I like it is my first job was coding FAA approved flight simulators on Silicon Graphics and Motorolla Unix boxes... In fact I got Marc (SI Marc) his first Job working on the same systems. We have been mates ever since... Tho we initially met at Uni, its during that first job we really got to know each other...

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Re: Rankings

Post by javier_83 » Sat 29 Jun, 2013 4:39 am

hehe since i was in college that i took a red hat course, but after that i never touch it again, another thing is that the tools that i use to make the test automation and the management of the test projects is only for windows!!

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Post by Paul Norman » Sat 29 Jun, 2013 10:19 am

javier_83 wrote:the tools that i use to make the test automation and the management of the test projects is only for windows!!
Thats what the Wine project is for... Windows S/W running on linux/wine layer is far more stable IMO... I run TB2.5 in wine ;)

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Re: Rankings

Post by javier_83 » Sun 30 Jun, 2013 2:19 am

ejejeje i can bet, but not every client want to use open source tools because the support and other legal stuff :p

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Re: Rankings

Post by Cap » Thu 25 Jul, 2013 3:55 pm

RWJones212 wrote:What criteria is used in determining the organisational ranking of the fighters?

Thanks!
I prefer the alphabet organisations' method. First you take a handful of darts and a blindfold.....

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