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2010-09-21, 22:15
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Link, where in sthlm?
2010-09-22, 00:33
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Last time I went to QHLAN i was picked up by lorn's father (i think) at the central train station. He showed me his card: "Quake Driver", ROFL i couldnt belive my eyes

Well if i go i guess I'll take a bus or train. But i cant really say if i go yet, need to wait until like late october before i decide, but by then i guess all spots are taken. Would be cool if it worked out. I got a laptop and could just rent a monitor so it would be no hassle at all attending.

Thanks for answering peppe
Link, we are not even oldtimers anymore, we are dinosaurs. - Hooraytio
2010-09-22, 09:49
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that wasn't his father, that was Arne
Hope you'll get the time to attend

Actually, taking the train to Stockholm central is way easy, after that take the commuter train to Handen and we'll definately be able to pick you up
Everyone has to remember that, Arlanda is on the other side of Stockholm, we may not be able to make 5 trips/day :F

I guess we'll make a schedule for departing cars from Arlanda to the LAN so we can save some hassle with phonecalls and such
2010-09-22, 12:04
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I guess that train goes like twice an hour or something? No, thats no hazzle at all.
Link, we are not even oldtimers anymore, we are dinosaurs. - Hooraytio
2010-10-04, 12:22
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Ok, Sassa couldn't make it. So, 1 spot from the very south of Sweden still left in our car + one laptop. Anyone up for it, lemme know.
.over.and.out.ten.four.roger.that.affirmative.
2010-10-04, 18:07
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NO Sassa!
2010-10-04, 20:34
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Sassa, free snus on me if you attend.
2010-10-05, 15:43
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It seems like I'm actually coming, but I have to give some feedback on registering:

1. When you click register on the qhlan site, it takes you to the Swedish registering form.
2. The form doesn't state that all the fields need to be filled in.
3. Read the terms link takes to Swedish terms page
4. WTF is an ICE number? cba to google
5. Why do you need all that information from me?
6. When you're done, once again, you are treated to a page in Swedish (coming from Eng form).

Didn't pay yet, but an actual paypal link would be nice, so that you just click it and all the information is pre-filled.
2010-10-05, 15:54
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niomic wrote:
It seems like I'm actually coming, but I have to give some feedback on registering:

1. When you click register on the qhlan site, it takes you to the Swedish registering form.
2. The form doesn't state that all the fields need to be filled in.
3. Read the terms link takes to Swedish terms page
4. WTF is an ICE number? cba to google
5. Why do you need all that information from me?
6. When you're done, once again, you are treated to a page in Swedish (coming from Eng form).

Didn't pay yet, but an actual paypal link would be nice, so that you just click it and all the information is pre-filled.

In Case of Emergency? (i.e. usually number to people in your family or whatever)
www.facebook.com/QuakeWorld
2010-10-06, 00:35
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If I remember correctly(nightflash will probably tell me I'm wrong if I am) it's because you join the hazard "union," that's basically it.. nothing identity-threatening :>
2010-10-06, 12:24
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niomic wrote:
It seems like I'm actually coming, but I have to give some feedback on registering:

1. When you click register on the qhlan site, it takes you to the Swedish registering form.
2. The form doesn't state that all the fields need to be filled in.
3. Read the terms link takes to Swedish terms page
4. WTF is an ICE number? cba to google
5. Why do you need all that information from me?
6. When you're done, once again, you are treated to a page in Swedish (coming from Eng form).

Didn't pay yet, but an actual paypal link would be nice, so that you just click it and all the information is pre-filled.

1. Sorry for all the swedish, please link (the full link) all pages you still find in swedish and I'll do my best to get them translated
2. all fields need to be filled in
3. we are swedes... never had multi-langue in mind when we did the home page
4. In Case of Emergency, contact number we give to the ambulance if it comes to that.
5. We get money for having a non-profit organisation but need this information then
6. we are swedes... never had multi-langue in mind when we did the home page
2010-10-06, 15:23
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varget wrote:
niomic wrote:
It seems like I'm actually coming, but I have to give some feedback on registering:

1. When you click register on the qhlan site, it takes you to the Swedish registering form.
2. The form doesn't state that all the fields need to be filled in.
3. Read the terms link takes to Swedish terms page
4. WTF is an ICE number? cba to google
5. Why do you need all that information from me?
6. When you're done, once again, you are treated to a page in Swedish (coming from Eng form).

Didn't pay yet, but an actual paypal link would be nice, so that you just click it and all the information is pre-filled.

1. Sorry for all the swedish, please link (the full link) all pages you still find in swedish and I'll do my best to get them translated
2. all fields need to be filled in
3. we are swedes... never had multi-langue in mind when we did the home page
4. In Case of Emergency, contact number we give to the ambulance if it comes to that.
5. We get money for having a non-profit organisation but need this information then
6. we are swedes... never had multi-langue in mind when we did the home page

Thanks for taking the time to reply. I'm not sure if it is worth while to make those changes any more as probably most foreign ppl have registered, but I simply feel it's good to give feedback, at least then the people in charge know

Maybe it's just me and a couple of other people, but I don't like having my full name displayed on sites, especially in connection to my nickname. There's no real secret, they are just things I rather keep separate.
2010-10-06, 17:01
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niomic wrote:
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Thanks for taking the time to reply. I'm not sure if it is worth while to make those changes any more as probably most foreign ppl have registered, but I simply feel it's good to give feedback, at least then the people in charge know

Maybe it's just me and a couple of other people, but I don't like having my full name displayed on sites, especially in connection to my nickname. There's no real secret, they are just things I rather keep separate.

Thanks for the input.
I haven't thought of that, I'll bring it up with the others and we'll see what happens but for now we keep the names and nicks on the same page.

To give some background, Swedes are used to have a lot of information public that to other might seam private. But I see your point, all are perhaps not okay with that.
2010-10-06, 19:10
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http://www.hazard.nu/user.asp?language=eng

The registration form is translated, just need to click on the english flag up in the right corner =)

the agreement text isn't translated thou but does anyone ever read those?
*edit: it's translated now*


http://www.hazard.nu/pay.asp?language=eng
*edit: look a paypal payment form, for those lazy ppl =)*
2010-10-12, 14:00
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To register you have to submit your personal identification number. I'm not that comfortable with that. Why is it necessary and is there a problem if I type i fictive number?
2010-10-12, 15:16
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No you don't, foreigners only need to type in their birthday... eg "YYMMDD"
2010-10-12, 15:45
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great
2010-11-03, 21:32
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http://img577.imageshack.us/g/20101103496.jpg/

Pics from inside the venue first pics are from qh-area(2 of them) then one from casual lan-area. Then there's the entrance and then kiosk
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2010-11-03, 21:46
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fan va nais
2010-11-03, 21:50
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Seems pretty tightly packed... If it was any closer you'd be sitting in the next guys lap.
2010-11-03, 22:06
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nice with a chair with arm rest !
2010-11-03, 22:08
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looks neatly set up!
Join us on discord.quake.world
2010-11-04, 07:51
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Looks alot better than Galaxen
Chosen
2010-11-04, 10:11
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Is there going to be any possibility to watch the games @QH from spec/QTV for us suckers that can't come due to work?
2010-11-04, 15:07
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So...what's up?
www.facebook.com/QuakeWorld
2010-11-04, 15:18
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It's up 'n running! First pixxx taken but only need some new batteries now to take more and to upload them :F
2010-11-04, 15:25
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1tsinen wrote:
It's up 'n running! First pixxx taken but only need some new batteries now to take more and to upload them :F

I have no idea if it's possible for a regular user, but if it is then feel free to upload them to the Facebook QuakeWorld page
www.facebook.com/QuakeWorld
2010-11-04, 17:21
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I assume this will be streamed. When will that happen?
2010-11-04, 19:44
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I just love that live webcam on the barbecue GRILLA.
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2010-11-05, 11:41
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Well wave and feffe, all games can be specced on QTV, finals will be streamed! they're on saturday night, except for 2on2 which is at 14:00 if I'm not mistaken
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