Henry Pfeiffer Arundel
I've been fairly offline the last six days or so due to some real life issues popping up. I say that not as an excuse, as there is none, but as an explanation. Each new semester is always busy, but we had some exceptional problems pop up in the last week that have required me to stay at work a bit later, come in a bit earlier, and deal with things when I'm at home. I work at a University, for clarification. Between that and a good friend of mine having a bit of a personal crisis, my only free time has been between 11 PM and 1 AM, and I've been using that to zone out...
But, I've sorted out the issues at work and I've already begun getting back on top of the people who volunteered to help with our party work.
I've gotten us a TeamSpeak 3 server, which I hope to have an article about in the media tonight. Frerk will be Administering it, as it will be open to everyone in the UK (and abroad), and I thought it best that he be the one in charge of resolving any disputes that might arise. Moderation power will be given to people based on reliability, levelheadedness, and activity on the server.
I'm hoping to get some quiz nights going and using TS3 as a means of enhancing them, not to mention all the trash talking we could do during a good haxball game if everyone were online and mic'd up.
In anticipation of more details (server info and a short how-to) download TeamSpeak 3 and be ready to join the conversation.
We've had a number of setbacks this month, with a few people quitting, a few more offering to help and then disappearing, and then my own RL complications getting in the way, but I'm redoubling my efforts immediately.
Welcome to the handful of new people who have joined in the last week, I see a couple new faces and that's great. If you, or any member, is interested in helping with the work of our party, message me, explain what your interests are, and I'll find you a place to focus your efforts.
As always, I remain
just another OTHER guy
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