+Jobs help

There is a +Jobs system set up on the game to help staff track code projects, player requests, types, etc.

Type '+Help <topic>' on using the following commands to submit stuff.

+Bug +Myjobs +Pitch +Request +Typo

+Bug

Command: +bug <title>=<description>

This command is used for bug reporting. In <title> put the command that is bugged, or something else appropriate. Please be as descriptive as possible in the <description> field. What were the results you were expecting? What happened in its place? By giving lots of detail here, it saves us the time of tracking you down to drag the information out of you. Thanks.


+Myjobs

Commands:
+myjobs
+myjob <#>
+myjob/add <#>=<comment>

This suite of commands allows the submitter to view and modify jobs that they have submitted to the system. When viewing a job that you own, you can only see the comments that you have added, not comments added by others.

Jobs can be tagged by staff for you to see. In those instances, you can see all comments added, not just those you have added.


+Pitch

Command: +pitch <title>=<description>

This command tosses an idea to staff. The idea can be story related or just an idea on how to make the game better. PITCH jobs are different from those created with +request. They are not issued due dates. Staff is under no obligation to even answer them. By procedure, they are either discarded with no fanfare, tucked away for future implementation or they are run with either in modified or unmodified form.

For story pitches, it puts a story idea into the RP jobs bucket. Now, this is not a request for a TP, this is a method of giving story ideas, or theme ideas, to the staff for consideration. If you want to request a scene, use
+request.


+Request

Command: +request <title>=<description>

This command requests <title> and <description> from staff. The request is added to the jobs list and will be tended to as soon as possible. Please do not bug staff - it will be handled shortly. There is a standard three day turnaround time on +requests.


+Typo

Command: +typo <typo description>

This command reports a typo. Please be specific about where the typo is, what the typo is, and what you think it should be changed to.

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