Quu wrote:if someone is assigned a track on tommy's prject that will not effect anythign on the DDR Project...
people don't have to worry about joining his project effecting the standing on the other...
we don't mind double dipping ^_^
TommyRude wrote:Kusayaro: Whaddamattayou? You got no faith, or jus no respect?
Kusoyaro wrote:Okay, Tommy. Let's forget for a moment about the fact that you're basically undermining 2 years of hard work by over 50 people, and that you're basically trying to get the jump on our future project before we get to it.
Let's talk about what's going to happen when you push forward with your project.
First off: You have no idea what you are getting into. I guarantee that by your April 1 deadline, you will have less than a 30% followthrough rate. Guarantee. Either that, or you will have a handful of thrown-together DBZ/Eva videos in your hands. Now you may be okay with that...but let's think a little further.
When it's time for us to start our own 5th Mix project, where are all of your editors going to turn when they realize your project isn't going to make it? That's right, they're going to come to us. And all of our editors, who have worked 3 years on the project will have to give up the juiciest tracks to your editors, since their tracks are already done. That's not fair to our editors. If we turn your editors away, that's not fair to them either. So both camps get screwed.
And the issue of "double-dipping": I strongly disagree with Quu and think that there should be no double-dipping between our 4th Mix project (DDR3) and your 5th Mix project. Let's say some of our DDR3 editors decide to also do tracks for your project. Well, when it comes time to do our own DDR4 (with 5th Mix), they're going to come back with completed tracks -- and once again somebody gets screwed because the double-dippers will essentially have bypassed our track selection process, which I am striving to make as fair to old and new editors as humanly possible. That's not fair to the other editors.
So...as an administrator of the DDR Project, I get to be the asshole and say the following: there will be no special consideration placed on anyone who joins Tommy's project. I'm not saying "Join Tommy and DIE!", I'm saying that when we press forward with DDR4 5th Mix, we will assign tracks as normal, and even if you've already done a track for Tommy, you will still have to get in line. If you've completed track 10 for Tommy but a different editor is assigned to that track for us, tough. Same goes with double-dipping. If you work on DDR3 and Tommy's project simultaneously, you are given no priority on your 5th Mix track when it comes to DDR4. This is the only fair way to do it. I'd rather be an asshole and give fair warning right now than have to turn away hardworking editors a year down the line.
I'm sure that pissing a lot of people off doesn't bother you Tommy, but I'm telling you now that a push for a concurrent 5th Mix project is going to cause a lot of problems. You can tell all of us "Too Fucking Bad" once again (like you did to the entire DDR Mailing List), but at least people will now know how we're going to handle things on our side. Our 5th Mix project will proceed as planned.
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