Not SVN. Stress is just doing a fail. It was Live Sync, I believe they call it Live Mesh now, but they were using a file share setup for version control.
We are on SVN because I refused to put up with that nonsense any longer, now I can go back and unfuck anything someone fucks up. You have a log with file comparison and full reversion control. You can step back through the changes made, testing for when a new bug was introduced, find out who the nutbar is that deleted key files and restore them, etc.
Now that the horribly confused loser has checked out of the thread, I'm open to RATIONAL input from people that can form cohesive thoughts and converse in a more objective fashion. "Armada gets me wet, and these Borg aren't the same" does not cut the mustard. That's the only thing I was picking up from the guy beyond an inability to proofread.
Assimilation has been altered many, many times, the current state is brand spanking new as of the first Rebellion release and a product of player input. People said they assimilated too much and ended up with fleets of assimilated ships, so I put additional countermeasures into the system, including a temporary assimilation design that works in Diplomacy.
If the rates are still high, I need examples. Given sufficient negative feedback by people providing reasoned objections within the design parameter for the Borg(supposed to be OP as shit and take on the rest of them map), I will revisit the designs and spend another week or two modifying and testing out what is now a horribly complicated set of variables.
This is what Im hearing, WE DONT GIVE A FUCK WHAT YOU SAY,
Darksxx, you're an immature brat that spent the last three pages whining about nonsensical personal preferences that, in essence, boil down to what you don't like about Trek. You are indeed correct, I don't give a fuck.
Just in case you come back.