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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010

Conrad_Max wrote:

the1cj wrote:

what if you were brand new on home and seen this mess up...?


If I were new to Home, I would have thought, "Wow! This brand new shirt looks really cool!"

 

People not being able to celebrate to gether wasn't SCEA's fault. It was the fault of the person who set the clock of their PS3.

 

Quality Assurance tests are done on a seperate closed server. Once the product passes the test, it is released on the public servers. The problem with public servers is the internet, internet traffic and each user's individual internet set up.

 

In my job for the Navy, I work for Quality Assurance. When a product leaves my hands it is in the best quality possible. After that, quality begins to deteriorate due to multiple people handling it and how it is stored and used. It is the same for our virtual items and updates. Once they leave the QA server, the product begins to be pulled apart (figuratively) by the sources I mentioned above.

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I didn't know you were a navy man I am as well but the fact remains there has to be someone who is responsible for making sure everything is going as planned and everthing is working as it should and clearly in na they have been failing IMO.
A mind thinks as to our lips speak of what's thought yet a thought on point may be joked on,it stays simple but true. High standards above us that pretend to be our literature and emotions step in and edit our purpose without cause but only effect, leaving us defenceless and confused as to not knowing why or what purpose we have of actually being here. But my truth remains and the facts of me are simple and understanding, which in turn is my strenght to help others, I am the1cj, remember that.
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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010

I'm glad for the manually-change-time exploit

I was at a real new years event : )

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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010

I couldn't see the ball srop at midnight EST. That may well be due to the fact that I had my PS3 clock set to Daylight Savings time.

 

After finally reading here about setting the clock manually which I did I was able to see the ball drop, not at the correct time but by my PS3 clock time which I manually set to get in at a "fake" Mightnight EST time. I also had corrected the Daylight Savings time.

 

After I saw the ball drop I quit HOME and every time I went back I've seen the 2009 Happy Holidays ball. Whether that will change after I power off I don't know.

 

I did see the New Years hat and I thinks it's OK. I haven't yet found the New Years Eve shirt. 

 

I thought there were three popups saying I had gotten something. If there was, I don't know what the third one was/is.

 

I wish there had been better communication from SONY in regards to the Midnight Hour. Still, all in all, it was an interesting experience, perhaps in part of the whatever it was that caused me to miss the ball drop (which may have been my fault).

 

Mr. Clark of ABC's New Year Ball Drop from what I saw seemed to be doing fine in regards to his stroke. 

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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010
I loled.  I'd hate to be working on Home right now.  I'm actually assuming they got a holiday and that's why things have been especially wacky lately.  Hardly anyone's at the office to fix the things that go wrong.
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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010
That's not gone well at all.
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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010
the way some people complain on this board, me incliuded. it would'nt surprise me if the devs etc just don't care anymore.
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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010

I got this and got the same failshirts as you all have. lol

 

Gonna be quite a surprise until I get to see it. :smileywink: 

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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010

Conrad_Max wrote:

the1cj wrote:

what if you were brand new on home and seen this mess up...?


If I were new to Home, I would have thought, "Wow! This brand new shirt looks really cool!"

 

People not being able to celebrate to gether wasn't SCEA's fault. It was the fault of the person who set the clock of their PS3.

 

Quality Assurance tests are done on a seperate closed server. Once the product passes the test, it is released on the public servers. The problem with public servers is the internet, internet traffic and each user's individual internet set up.

 

In my job for the Navy, I work for Quality Assurance. When a product leaves my hands it is in the best quality possible. After that, quality begins to deteriorate due to multiple people handling it and how it is stored and used. It is the same for our virtual items and updates. Once they leave the QA server, the product begins to be pulled apart (figuratively) by the sources I mentioned above.

Message Edited by Conrad_Max on 01-01-2010 03:13 AM

Really? When the new user puts on the shirt in the wardrobe then get out from it and see the shirt is totally different, next thing the new user sees is the shirt clearly reads Not Found. Wow, looks really cool? Looks like a fail product with no one take care of quality control.

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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

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JunKB4U wrote:

Conrad_Max wrote:

the1cj wrote:

what if you were brand new on home and seen this mess up...?


If I were new to Home, I would have thought, "Wow! This brand new shirt looks really cool!"

 

People not being able to celebrate to gether wasn't SCEA's fault. It was the fault of the person who set the clock of their PS3.

 

Quality Assurance tests are done on a seperate closed server. Once the product passes the test, it is released on the public servers. The problem with public servers is the internet, internet traffic and each user's individual internet set up.

 

In my job for the Navy, I work for Quality Assurance. When a product leaves my hands it is in the best quality possible. After that, quality begins to deteriorate due to multiple people handling it and how it is stored and used. It is the same for our virtual items and updates. Once they leave the QA server, the product begins to be pulled apart (figuratively) by the sources I mentioned above.

Message Edited by Conrad_Max on 01-01-2010 03:13 AM

Really? When the new user puts on the shirt in the wardrobe then get out from it and see the shirt is totally different, next thing the new user sees is the shirt clearly reads Not Found. Wow, looks really cool? Looks like a fail product with no one take care of quality control.


 

Kudos  to many people on here just accept sonys failures with lines like the shirt was free home is still in beta its all hogwash if you ask me we need a year end report for home imo.
A mind thinks as to our lips speak of what's thought yet a thought on point may be joked on,it stays simple but true. High standards above us that pretend to be our literature and emotions step in and edit our purpose without cause but only effect, leaving us defenceless and confused as to not knowing why or what purpose we have of actually being here. But my truth remains and the facts of me are simple and understanding, which in turn is my strenght to help others, I am the1cj, remember that.
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Re: Home Starting Out The New Year With A Broken Shirt!

Jan 1, 2010
i'm really starting to believe that Home is some kind of social experiment to see how much we can be screwed over and keep coming back for more.
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