MOD whitelisting request - Template and instructions

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December 5th, 2017, 8:16 am

The list of approved mods can be found here

Please make sure to review the list before making any request. Make sure that the mod you are requesting is not listed by another name. Each request takes time to process and that time can be used to improve the servers and players experience.

This forum is to be used specifically for requesting new MODs for the NAK Zeus server. Please do not post these type of requests into the general area, as they may be removed. The aim of putting them all in one place is so that it is easier for all NAK community members to see what has been requested, and what the status of any request is.

When making a request, please include the following. (If information is missing your request may be denied). Make sure to create a new post (not a reply to this or an existing request) in the Zeus Mods forum.

The subject of post should be the name of the mod, to help the community identify each request individually.
1. Name the MOD
2. Describe what it does, or how you see it working
3. Provide a Steam-link or Bi-Thread to the request (if available or applicable)
4. Concisely tell us why you think it will improve the server, or player experience, by implementing your request.

After initially posting of a request it will be reviewed by NAK Command. Please allow up to 2 weeks for a response. NAK Command may deny a request without community discussion, may open the request for community feedback, or it may approve and implement the request. If it is opened for community discussion there will be a 2 week period for NAK community members to provide feedback and comment.

Depending on what is said by the community during the open discussion period, a decision will be made as to whether or not a request will be approved.

When a request is opened for community discussion, please keep posts concise and on topic. Using the NAK standard of +1(agree/yes) or -1 (disagree/no) at the beginning of the message will help NAK Command poll the results.

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