We will surely reword this. It might be misleading and not cut clean enough, so I will look into this to reword the article and the ruleset to make clear what we allow and what we do not allow.
Rewben2 wrote:I don't want to immediately kick off the unlocked thread with an argument but I have a suggestion to make. Lewa brought up a point on ask.fm which I haven't seen mentioned before, link here: http://ask.fm/thelewa/answer/119270679030. Basically, the wording of the rules appears to be very ambiguous and subject to different interpretations. Perhaps future rules (and/or the current rules) can be made more clear to help prevent future arguments surrounding them?
We will do so after this tournament concluded.
Melt3dCheeze wrote:Do you think you (Loctav) and the osu! staff are willing enough to publicise what you guys did to solve this issue of "BOYCOTT OWC" after this tournament is over? It's best to know what actually happened rather than us being in the dark. You'll reinforce positive ideas by actually telling us the process, rather than having an image where we depict the osu!staff as lacking confidence and showing inconsistencies in their decisions.
Not by Miterosan wrote:No need to warm up old stuff.
Oppai Neko wrote:Loctav, I thank you for listening to other's opinions and take them into consideration.
I really do hope that the staffs can consider a preliminary round for all the countries, each has a seed number and will have an easier time through the preliminaries. That way, more country can have the chance to participate. It's down on execution anyway, as ranking doesn't mean anything in multiplayer.
Let's hope for a successful OWC!
Edit: For next year I meant
We hoped once, it was awful
Oppai Neko wrote:Let's hope for a successful OWC!
AmaiHachimitsu wrote:I'm pretty sure the japanese titles and names will be pronounced in terrible manner, but I just hope you avoid doing basic mistakes. (like pronouncing my name as Hamachi or sth - happened last year)