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  1. #1
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    Rules for addon now?

    Hello.

    I would like to have the complete list of rules, To get an addon approved.

    In my case, there is an audio package I made for about 3-4 years ago.
    It's called "Battlefield 3 Sound Pack" and was my first addon.
    (I am also a fan of Battlefield Games)

    After about 3 months from release. it was in top 3.
    With over 16,000. downloads.
    The most downloaded audio package at the time, was, as I recall.
    "Call of Duty 4 - Souncpak" and had more than 40,000 downloads.

    Back to my problem, I have now received an e-mail from myteamspeak.
    Why my addon has been "rejected" again. and there were two reasons.

    1: Sounds are indistinguishable
    2: Sounds do not relate to the events.


    If this is the way forward for myteamspeak, to have rules against our creatively.
    So, I already consider stopping. Can not really see the idea of it.
    People should then be allowed to choose for themselves what they want.

    If all the sound pack now must Comply with the rules.
    well, i will say rule number 2 will do in pretty much kun kan translations.

    I understand very well that there must be some rules for addons.
    and a "security" checks of our addon is only good.
    It helps to give it great credibility in what we do.

    I better stop here before I write too much.
    and my English is not very good.


    Best StregKoden. (Back in the days "RiessDK")

  2. #2
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    I completely understand your concerns and kind of agree with them. Yes, TeamSpeak shouldn't live modder's creativity, however they do not to want silly, weird addons dominating the addon "store". In my opinion they need to go for the approach of Steam, ITunes, etc. where the top rated / hottest addons are listed, that way addons that won't be so frequently relevant, enjoyed or used, like yours for example, still have a place on the "store" without creating pages of addons to scroll through to access the ones people commonly need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Smyth View Post
    I completely understand your concerns and kind of agree with them. Yes, TeamSpeak shouldn't live modder's creativity, however they do not to want silly, weird addons dominating the addon "store". In my opinion they need to go for the approach of Steam, ITunes, etc. where the top rated / hottest addons are listed, that way addons that won't be so frequently relevant, enjoyed or used, like yours for example, still have a place on the "store" without creating pages of addons to scroll through to access the ones people commonly need.
    Yes exactly, that will probably work well. Also I think it was like that (or close) in the old days.
    Like you can see what have been downloaded much.

    And the download counting will perhaps come again soon, and from there the only need like a rate system.

    But, will say most sound packs available are just "weird".
    The only one who actually gives meaning, are those who have a person who speaks up.

  4. #4
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    We do not in any way wish to limit modders creativity.
    We are in the process of drafting an Add-on Developers Policy which will outline and define restricted content (e.g. sexually explicit content, child endangerment, hate speech, etc.).
    After further review, the modpack that you submitted will not violate the terms of the policy so it will be allowed.
    Thank you for your patience as we finalize this policy.
    When sending PMs please make sure to include a reference link to the thread in question in the body of your message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    We do not in any way wish to limit modders creativity.
    We are in the process of drafting an Add-on Developers Policy which will outline and define restricted content (e.g. sexually explicit content, child endangerment, hate speech, etc.).
    After further review, the modpack that you submitted will not violate the terms of the policy so it will be allowed.
    Thank you for your patience as we finalize this policy.
    That is okay, things like that will take some times to make. I am just happy that it is up now.
    Thanks for the help.

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