Recently there has been a dearth of ideas in the war room.
Now there are a number of reasons for this, ranging from being tired of having to push a issue over a 3 month period, to not being able to see a way of accomplishing the goal of stopping bias media, always online DRM and abusive DLC practices.
All of these are massive issues, and when you look at them you struggle to think how the hell you are going to get the word out to stop them.
In short, you struggle to find out what goals to set, how to proceed and just generally freeze up at the thought of it, and again there are many reasons for this.
So, what can you do about it? What can you do to change it? Well it's rather easy really, right now, a idea primary headed by myself with input from Noel, syrin and Thomas Bluml . Is being considered. In it, it is about the creation of a group that will attempt to assist the people who come up with ideas by attempting to make them practice, this is conditional on them actually furthering the cause of gaming advocacy of course.
It'll attempt to take something as difficult as working out what goodies to take to gaymer con into various stages that members can choose to ignore and assist in other ways or they can use the goals to help advance the campaign and help advance the cause of gaming advocacy everywhere.
Changes and how they can be good.
Blog entry posted by Gmandam, Sep 2, 2012.