How will it work? We aim to update CCPlease roughly around once a month as we make progress on projects and add more information on both ongoing and new efforts. We want CCPlease to serve as a completely transparent timeline of which quality of life changes we’re currently working on and what the status of our efforts is concerning each of them. If a project is delayed, or if priorities shift, this will be reflected on CCPlease, and we’ll endeavour to make sure that there’s as much information as possible on each project, with links to dev blogs, forum threads and other resources for pilots to keep up to date. When CCPlease is updated, we’ll tweet about it via the official EVE Online twitter account using the hashtag #CCPlease and when large milestones are released, or new projects are added, we’ll blog or give further information in EVE Pulse, with a link to the page for further details. There is no time limit here and this isn’t a campaign that we’ll end when key projects are completed. EVE is forever and CCPlease will remain a focus for us going forward. When a project is completed, it’ll remain on the timeline for a while before being added to a page listing all completed projects where pilots can browse through a full history of work on quality of life improvements. CCPlease is a tool to create awareness and give transparency on quality of life work for EVE Online and how it’s progressing going forward. When? CCPlease is live now, and you can check it out at eveonline.com/ccplease We’ll be starting small with a few key projects and looking at how best to display the information around what we’re working on. From there, we hope that the page will grow into a solid repository of all the quality of life work that the EVE Dev Team are working on and provide a transparent roadmap for current improvement efforts. How can I get involved? Give us your feedback. Let us know what you think. CCPlease will evolve over time with input from the community and we’re hoping that it’s going to become a solid framework that we can use to keep our pilots up to date some of the key quality of life work that we’re doing to make EVE Online a better place for everyone. If you’ve got comments, questions or feedback, head on over to the discussion thread for this dev blog on the official forums. We’d love to hear what you think, and we’re excited to start working on evolving the site with feedback and suggestions from the community.