Guests are essentially what we call public players, everyone begins as a guests. When joining for the first time in teamspeak a guest will be represented without colour segments. Progression from Guest to Registered Guest just requires the simple process of registering on our website.
- Guests need to register to become Registered Guests
- Guests have limited teamspeak permissions, including forced push to talk
- Guests cannot vote in community decisions or submit proposals
Registered Guests are represented by a green emblem on teamspeak. Registered guests have extra permissions on teamspeak, including the use of voice activation and have access to the website, forums to name a few.
- Registered Guests need to post in the introduction forum and gain 8 '+1s' from existing members to gain full membership
- Registered Guests have extra teamspeak permissions
- Registered Guests have access to the website, forums and all other online services
Members are represented by a red emblem on teamspeak. Members have extra permissions on teamspeak, including the ability to kick guests and registered guests, they can also create and edit channels. Members have a equal say in all decisions and each have a vote on all proposals that are passed at a Community Meeting
- Members get to propose changes to the community
- Members get to vote on all proposals
- Members can sponsor and vote on new members
- Members have extra permissions on teamspeak
- Members have unrestricted access to our servers and web services
Supporting Members are represented by a blue emblem on teamspeak. Supporting Members are over 18 years old and an active member of the Community Team. Members can also be 18+, age is not the only deciding factor when considering Senior Membership.
You can find out much more about how the Supporting Membership group functions here
Supporting Members have much less restricted permissions on teamspeak, including the ability to kick and ban, members, guests and registered guests, they can also create and edit channels and delete existing ones. Senior Members have a equal say in all decisions and each have a vote on all proposals that are passed at a Community Meeting.
- Founding Members have been around since the birth of our community
- Supporting Members have been voted in by existing Founding and Supporting Members
- Supporting Members are the most active and contributing members
- Supporting Members can be moved back to Members status