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11-13-2009 @ 11:48AM
Totally agree with this post/article.But I think what has to be mentioned is that guild rules have to be implemented as soon as possible, and as soon as they're implemented, give a few days grace for people to get themselves together. So, for example, if you've said everyone needs DBM for raiding, you should allow people 3 days to download it and configure it. It's unfair to expect everyone to have it the moment your rules go live, but new recruits (say a month after the guild started) should have a shorter grace period.Good read, and I've learnt a lot from it. Despite not being an officer (although I often act like one), I've found myself concerned about the other raiders, and now I've got a better way to approach it.
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