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7-29-2008 @ 4:39AM
Looks good. As a guild officer who runs our website, and have an online signup system, then I am intrigued. There are lots of possibilities/options.> Exporting the data in some form should be child's play, hopefully. So an online mod to "sync" a guild website with ingame current signups should be possible. But getting anyone who signs up via a website system back into the game is going to be more tricky.> Armory is an option, or allowing you to sign up via the account management.... but many people at work have firewalls and bar access to official wow pages.> It isn't clear how signups work, and how that synergises with guilds, and guild alliances. Do you invite people to signup (is that what the mass signup button is for?), and then they accept. How does it handle informing the organiser about current specs? How will it work for guild alliances? Will it replace the LFG/LFM functionality in some way?A nice step forward, but still lots of questions.
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