Jump to content

Jeronimο

Project Coordinator
 TruckersMP Profile
  • Posts

    373
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Jeronimο

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Netherlands
  • Interests
    Biomedical Sciences, Biopharmaceuticals, Business Management, Innovation Management
  • Preferred Trucks
    Scania
  • Known languages
    Dutch, English

External Websites

Recent Profile Visitors

14,795 profile views

Jeronimο's Achievements

Explorer

Explorer (5/13)

  • Posting Machine
  • Conversation Starter
  • Avid Talker
  • Very Popular
  • First Post

Recent Badges

2.1k

Reputation

3

Community Answers

  1. We have created new API documentation, which was published last month. You can find it here: https://truckersmp.com/developers/api We hope this helps. // Done
  2. Our experience tells otherwise; it's not that black and white. It is not our intention to "bring trolls back". Rather, we have revised our banning structure to enforce more reasonable punishments with the values of the community in mind. We still have the means to remove players whose sole purpose it is to cause harm to other players. I would like to stress that reporting players is not a competition; instead, it is a tool to notify our Game Moderation team about troubled players that do not play according to the rules and negatively affect your gameplay. As mentioned above, if users play on our servers with the sole purpose to cause harm to others, then we have the means to remove them. The new rule change, however, covers players that do accumulate multiple bans within a relatively short time frame (which are not necessarily caused by intent) and provides them a chance to improve in the future instead of straight removing them from the platform forever. Removing players forever is an extreme punishment and should only be issued when necessary, but not as an automatic consequence of having n amount of active bans, considering that the context of bans may differ considerably. It is the nature of the offences, not just the number of bans, that matter to us to decide whether a user does not deserve another chance. Albeit understanding that it may seem that way, I can assure you that this is not the case. I hope I have explained it in a way that you understand our reasoning behind this update. We are aware that the number of consecutive players has dropped, which coincided with the release of Convoy Mode. In a recent blog, we also highlighted this and described some of our plans for the future. While Convoy Mode allows you to play however you like with other friends, our servers enable thousands players from all over the world to play together in an exclusive online environment; we aim to extend that experience in the future by incorporating additional exclusive features that the base game won't offer you. This rule change is not part of some shady plan. In fact, we expect most players that have had their ban inactivated by the unban wave have probably left our community already and will only find out they have been unbanned in case they decide to return one day. Moreover, this change has been on our agenda since September 2021. If we were truly that desperate, we could have easily implemented this change a long time ago. I hope this clarifies some of the concerns that were raised.
  3. Keep in mind that 3 months is a considerable amount of time to deny access to a game server. It is a heavy punishment that discourages repeat offenders while allowing them to improve their behaviour in the long term. Thanks to the efficiency of our report system, repeat offenders are often quickly caught before they can cause further harm to others. Additionally, if a user is truly unfit to play the game on our servers, durations may be overruled through the enforcement of rule §2.9 or §5.2. Moreover, our experience in player management has taught us that some players do indeed change their behaviour over time.
  4. We intend to do some tweaking to the search engine (such as searching based on exact match or contains string logic). Currently, all web developers are busy working on other projects, but we will add a ticket to the backlog and hope to bring this feature in the future.
  5. We intend to do some tweaking to the search engine (such as searching based on exact match or contains string logic). Currently, all web developers are busy working on other projects, but we will add a ticket to the backlog and hope to bring this feature in the future.
  6. It is our intention to introduce this feature for everyone to use, as mentioned here.
  7. You can already check the evidence if users decide to share their punishment history on their profile. When they set it to private, we cannot share this information due to user's privacy.
  8. Hello there! Your suggestion was initially accepted, however, after further review it is unfortunately not something we can deliver at this moment. This is related to a combination of difficulties in terms of human capital, a significant increase in extra file size that would be added to each release every time, and the disbalance between the efforts it requires compared to the value that it generates. As such, we regret to inform you that we will not work on this suggestion at this moment. It may, however, be something that we could deliver in the distant future. Thank you for your understanding and your interest. // Rejected
  9. The reputation, ranks, and badges were removed and replaced with a refreshed version last year. You can check them out here:
  10. Congrats! 

  11. Congratulations!

  12. Congratulations!

  13. Congratulations!

  14. Congrats Jero 🙂 God Bless you 🙂

     

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.