Battlefield 2 points not updating
Remy B , 21 April 2006 (UTC)I believe a current mods section is ungainly, because mods can die or start quickly, and in a few years people might stop updating most of them.
Therefore making an article like List of Battlefield 1942 mods would be hard to maintain.--Zxcvbnm , 21 April 2006 (UTC)I suppose, but BF2 hasn't been around as long so no one is going to be overwhelmed by that many mods.
In my opinion, a majority of people are still into the ranked play over unranked play, bf2 or mods.
A new format is definitely good idea though, but it all dwindles down to keeping the mod section clean, spiffy, up-to-date, and monitored for abuse.
My advice is to stick solely to mods which have active websites, and split that up into released mods and mods in progress. I'm not quite sure how we will judge them as some are not as obvious as others.
Remy B , 20 April 2006 (UTC) What would we qualify as an active mod? Useless Fodder , 20 April 2006 (UTC) I would just go by whether or not they have a website with its own domain name.
Any serious mod would have that, and if they didnt then its too premature to add them no matter how active they appear to be.
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