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#Posté le mardi 28 août 2012 16:20
Posté le samedi 18 mai 2013 08:29
BONJOUR !! je voulais vous dire que je ne crois pas que ce soit un caanruld pour la simple et bonne raison que j'ai appele9 et envoye9 un mail au club marbeuf ( lendroit ou se passera l'avant premie8re) et ils m'ont confirme9 l'info : voila le mail que j'ai reussu : j'e9cris:bonjour, Je voulais vous joindre a propos d'une information que j'aimerais que l'on me confirme qui dirait que vous organiseriez une avant premie8re de Twilight l'adaptation du BEST SELLER de Stephenie Meyer : Fascination le vendredi 21 Novembre 2008 ? pouvez vous me le confirmer? si cette information est juste pouvez vous me dire comment peut on participer a cet e9ve9nement? C'est vrai mais vous serez tire9es au sort suite au jeu et informees par mail Envoye9 de mon iPhonecette info date de 4 jours donc j'ai plutot confiance j'ai peur de redemander plus de detail XD ils peuvent toujours me supprimer des listes -__-
Posté le samedi 18 mai 2013 08:16
, there are definitely some eecountnrs where voice is not as important as others and definitely some fights where the tank doesn't need to hear commands. Often it's the tank who is issuing commands or relaying info, not the other way round.And even then, there are some battles where hearing and talking for the tank aren't needed once everyone knows what's going on. I was in a group where one of the regular warriors was unable to be on voice chat (for human or nonhuman reasons, does it matter?), but once we had been in the raid for a few weeks, he could pick up tanking duties when needed. Voice was still needed, though, for all the other people who had to coordinate around the tank and mob.All this said, I can't help but wonder if a different angle to this could be explored. I am lucky in that the raid groups I was in were not really top-down, hierarchical affairs. There were very few mandates made of the players, we valued learning the fights though trial and error, and everyone is pretty supportive of everyone else. Admittedly, my current group is a guild of academics, so I probably don't have the normal experience, but we generally have the opposite problem. It isn't that the group tells players what they can or cannot do, it's that too many individuals downplay their abilities and offer to step-down when they think they wouldn't be able to perform up to bar Then often a group-wide negotiation process happens with all of us figuring out how to configure the raid for the night to meet everyone's constraints and affordances (man, wouldn't school be great if it were like that )Last note on voice chat: I don't tend to talk since often my mic is broken, and many players don't talk. But there were definitely times when I died because I was unable to notify the rest of the raid that I was in trouble. Still, raiding is a collective, collaborative activity and with that should come flexibility in how they are assembled.
Posté le samedi 18 mai 2013 05:10
CR can't dribble to saveï»¿ his life, his pasnisg, vision, and dribbling are amatuer in comparision to messi. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHSeriously? Can you be any more of a delusional Messi/Barca fanboy?Your fanboyism is destr0ying your sanity.
Posté le jeudi 16 mai 2013 19:46
Following on from my comment last time.Why is Exchange bad?I know there used to be prlomebs with restore from backups, and each server could only handle a small number of users, but is this still the case?I also heard that Exchange can either do IMAP, or do the MS protocol (the name i forget mapi?) but not both. So you either don't offer the core functionality people expect from Outlook/exchange, or you lock out imap users. Anyone know if this is still true?
Posté le mardi 28 août 2012 17:29
Salut ! Superbe figurine, elle donne envie à peindre ;) bonne chance ;)