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Areas of Satisfaction

Postby lmwevil » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:47 pm #437855

In contrast to the mirror thread this one is to comment on some notable things current headmins did -right- and that you either want to continue or make additions.

So what did you think the current headmins did well, why and do you have fun or interesting additions depending on context? (this includes policy, events and the charity ball)

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Re: Areas of Satisfaction

Postby Nabski » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:58 pm #437857

Winter Ball/Summer Party!

These were well coordinated, "advertised", mega-events that hadn't previously been done on the server. Having more than one set a good standard for how they should be done.

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Re: Areas of Satisfaction

Postby wubli » Fri Sep 07, 2018 4:11 am #438000

Winter ball, summer party and the toolboxing events were amazing! Though the toolboxing event technically wouldn't happen during this term, I'd love to do similar things, even if it's not for charity.
In any case, I'm not very good with events myself, but I'd definitely help out like I did before!

The to-do list was great and I'd love to take care of the things that are already in it and even add more according to the changes the other headmins believe should be made.

Extending peanut policy to admins is something I have mixed feelings with because who doesn't want to shitpost but I have to admite it was a good decision.
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Re: Areas of Satisfaction

Postby jcll » Fri Sep 07, 2018 4:16 am #438003

Winter ball was amazing. And so was working on the charity event with everyone. I'd like to run more events like those in the future.

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Re: Areas of Satisfaction

Postby BeeSting12 » Fri Sep 07, 2018 12:35 pm #438042

Both the summer ball and winter ball were nice. I have a couple holiday oriented event ideas towards the end of this year. Halloween, Thanksgiving dinner, something for Christmas. (Probably not actually on those holidays because whos gonna play ss13 on Christmas... right guys? right?) Charity events are something I'd like to do annually, but that won't be during my term so not up to me.

Overall, Citrus Rustled and Owegno did very good, the only really big fuckup was goofball, and the blame can't be entirely put on their shoulders. More details on that in Lmwevils other thread since this is the satisfaction thread.

I've been pleased with their candidate choices. The peanut policy was probably a good change but i still dont like it because my posts get deleted. Its ok though once im headmin it doesnt apply to me ;)
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Re: Areas of Satisfaction

Postby Nervere » Sat Sep 08, 2018 4:47 pm #438287

I had a ton of fun working with Citrus, Rustled, Jcll, Wubli, and Subject on the charity event.
It was pretty stressful to manage, but I think we managed to pull it off pretty nicely. In the end, we raised just over $2,000 for charity, so I could not be happier.
It was also a great learning experience for me in learning to effectively manage admins/players on a larger scale, because at our peak we had about 130 people and a bunch of admins cooperating to solve the problems that arose.

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