Exception in thread Thread-25: Traceback (most recent call last): File "threading.pyc", line 530, in __bootstrap_inner File "Programs/1028/ScoreSender.py.nc", line 193, in run File "/cdx/svn/checkout/core/trunk/Program Manager/Lib/HTTPwrapper.py", line 111, in GetWrapper File "urllib2.pyc", line 398, in open File "urllib2.pyc", line 511, in http_response File "urllib2.pyc", line 430, in error File "urllib2.pyc", line 370, in _call_chain File "urllib2.pyc", line 603, in http_error_302 File "socket.pyc", line 351, in read File "httplib.pyc", line 553, in read File "socket.pyc", line 380, in read timeout: timed out
Got this after a logout error, the program was navigating back to the game page (Make Some Noise).
I definitely AB on my main, always have. Like others have said, it's a lot less suspicious to be ABing on a normal-looking account frequently than to AB on an obvious shell and transfer your buys. Looks much more normal.
Quite often in your Editorials and rules, you have said that it is against the rules for a group of people to get together and purposely inflate items to corner a market. You state that it is okay if only one person does this by themselves, but it seems that nowadays the name of the game is "get with the group and buy up all of an item." How are people being allowed to corner markets like this when it has been stated that group inflation is against the rules? ~kalis_coraven ... ....
Also, to reiterate a past Editorial, yes, one person can buy up all the items they want. However, if they make them unbuyable and suddenly the price jumps from 99k to, say, 600k and start getting offered on expensive items, then it's considered scamming.
This is editorial 315. I can't find any of those previous editorials, but it's pretty clear that it's against the rules. It also sounds like TNT doesn't monitor it very closely, though.