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Weekly News #39

The Vuelta has just ended (without any doping incidents - did anyone notice that?), the Worlds are getting closer and the release of PCM Spain is getting closer. We are all waiting for it, and in the mean time, here's the Weekly News in its 39th edition :)

Roadie releases another pack
Roadie68 has returned to the community for good. Last week, he released his first Ultimate Accessory Pack, and yesterday he released the 2nd version of it. This time, you will find even more of the stuff you found in the 1st version. You will find sunglasses from many different companies including Adidas, Giro, Oakley and more. You will also find new helmets, overshoes, water bottles and, and, and -- in fact, a lot of small details, making PCM even more enjoyable.

You can get it here at PCM.daily. You can also see a screenshot of some of the work in the download description ;)

The Eternal Database - new version
Digitizer's huge database, the Eternal Database, was updated last week and is now in its 3rd version, 1.0.3. Digitizer has included even more new features in the update. Now, you'll find even more teams (taken from the PPDB) and even more riders. Also, the riders who have been caught doping will now return once their ban runs out (in real life). He has also added more sponsors and more staff -- and more.

There's still some downsides, though. Tests have proved that several riders are represented twice (Botero, Boasson Hagen, etc.), no sponsor logos, almost no race programs, objectives for new teams are random and more.

If you can live with those downsides, you can download the database in one piece here. You will also need to download an updated database and a pack of shirts.

Cyanide restructures the French part
Cyanide has made a new strategy which is supposed to make the communication between the customers and Cyanide better -- on the French part, that is. The strategy was presented on the French forum on the 18th of September, and in outline said the following:
1. There will now be a "moderator leader" of each (French) forum
2. A new forum has been created. It's only available to moderators and Cyanide. Here, they will exchange informations.
3. For the future, moderators will more work as communicators / spokesmen than actual moderators.

It was also said that the community - as always - will be invited to take part in the development of PCM08, for example when it comes to stage making and jersey making. Time will tell if the above only counts for the French part, or if the English part also will get some information.

In addition to the above, Freire (Clément Pinget) today answered to critism from the English forums:
"The big difference with CyM1 or CyM2 is that external communities (Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Polish, German, etc...) replaced slowly our forums.
I'm sure that finally it is better because we do not have the shoulders to make the game AND make the communication job on the forums. Moreover those external communities are great and lead by big figures from the Cycling Manager scene.
Now if someone here is fluent in french & english AND he show us a solid motivation, we'd be very happy to give him a place in our staff team in order to create the same process that Sebduth & other members are creating in the french part of the community.
Building a community isn't just asking us to make the thing. Come'on if you really want the things to be changed Wink"

PCM.daily's Management Game in its 2nd second
The Pro Tour-part of PCM.daily's popular Management Game has now started, and that means the 2nd season is now fully underway. Shortly before the start, the Saturn team (formerly known as Francaise des Jeux) got a new manager, our former crew member, Panaflex.
The Pro Tour champions, Accumalux, have had a perfect start of the season by winning 33 % of the stages! David Millar won the prologue of Paris - Nice, Frank Schleck won the 4th stage of the same race and Misha Ignatiev took the 4th stage of Tirreno Adriatico - pretty impressive.

You can read much more about the game on our forums.


That's it. We didn't have much on the programme for this week's news, but I can ensure you we got news later today ;)

#1 | Crommy on 25. September 2007 16:25
Come'on if you really want the things to be changed"

Isn't that kind of Cyanide's job, not ours to keep the community informed? It's the main lure of this game. AngryAngryAngry. In case you hadn't realised, I'm angry at Cyanide at the mo, they just ignore everyone who isn't French...again AngryAngryAngry

Long commnet continues - nice to see Roadie again
#2 | issoisso on 25. September 2007 21:45
yes, if WE really want THEM to do their job properly, we should take matters into our own hands. wow. amazing logic.

no surprise that that's their work ethic really, considering how amazingly little they get done from year to year
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