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10-15-2007 @ 2:34PM
It kinda reminds me of IRC back when I used to be a heavy user. In the channel for a shoutcast station I used to DJ for, Operator (Ops) were given to station DJ's only, which was fine for a room of about 30-40 people. On larger channels I was part of, a 100-150 size room would often have 5 or more ops and a few halfops depending on who was active the most. When I took control of the station channel, we only had 20 people at best, so I went with only myself and 2 others for ops, and my girlfriend at the time, and my bot, for halfops. It worked pretty well up until the channel's eventually parting.Applied to guilds, small guilds should start out with probably no more than 2 or 3 officers for a 10-20 size guild, and even then that sounds too large. One model would be to scale the number of officers per persons in the guild, as you see fit. 1 for every 5, or 10, or however you think works.I'd like to form my own casual guild aimed at helping players in the 10-70 bracket someday, because on my server there are very few people Horde side to PuG with, and having a network of people who are able to help people with that block of levels would help new players, and old players with their alts.
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