check out the backgammon problems...http://www.fibsboard.com/backgammon-problems/y not post a position yourself - help is available on posting with pics and spoiler
It was a good first step..but now there is bgonline to mention but one better alternative. Lets get rid of that first generation nightmare...and FIBS/W while we are about it
Speaking of oldsters in the tv lounge, has anybody heard from Joe Tamargo recently? Any news welcomed, even bad.
I've voted "No". Some phone users are annoying, but there are good ones who do their best on what are poor front ends (they're even worse than Fibs/w ariam!) and I dislike a blanket veto as I think it unfair.
Timeouts and lag caused by high user numbers are exactly that. Whether the players log in from a phone or a pc isn't relevant. Socksey says that she welcomes newbies, but her other words carry a different message.
[...] Yes, desktop users may some day cause the same lag problems as the numbers build [...]
it would still be entirely unjustified to attribute the cause of the lag only to a select group of people
This isn't about saying a person, or group of people, should be banned or removed..it is simply saying..should one interface be removed.
[...] they will find a way that will give them a more rewarding experience and help them be better members of the fibs community.
[...]It is the same as declaring yourself an ecologist, while you are driving a SUV with a 5.0 litres petrol engine and honking at someone with a hybrid car who gets in your way because he's avoiding a clown riding on rollerblades in the mid of a highway. Well, dear SUV drivers, play the Odesys users and speak afterwards, or continue to pass over them as you keep doing it by not playing them, and STFU on polls about it. Do something first and only after that, you may speak about what you did. Assumption or just the gut feeling that what should be done it is not right, makes you lazy cowards.[...]
Conjecture:I've yet to see any discussion about phone users which focusses on technical instead of ethical issues.Proof:
[...]How rewarding an experience is that for all concerned?
I love to sit on the throne every morning and play on fibs.
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