As I won't be able to help out with the map testing for the competitive CTF contest, I decided to take upon myself the task of completing the small feedback system I wrote in order to make it easier for people to take notes in-game as well as for players. This thread is basically to gather ideas/feature requests and other such things regarding the plugin. My aim is basically to recreate what I originally had, but add much more functionality, make it much more user friendly, and generally make it a lot more useful to both mappers and testers. The basic idea behind this is: Players in-game type a command like !n followed by feedback. Information is sent to a database including the player, their position and the feedback. The web interface translates this information per map and lists it. The new plugin will send the data all the same, but how it is presented will be the drastic change: Multiple tests of the same map will be taken in to account and different test sessions will be viewable on the interface. Rather than the coordinates of the player being displayed as raw data, it will be translated on to a minimap, to give the mapper a much clearer idea of where the player was/what they were talking about (if anything). Additional messages, such as scores at the end of the round, BLU-RED kills ratio will be displayed. Feedback pages will take in to account whether or not players played full games or left/joined mid-game. "timestamps" will show the elapsed time at which feedback was sent. I will aim to make the plugin as configurable as possible and as easy to use as possible for anyone (provided they have the necessary requirements for using it.) --- The idea is that a lot of map tests rely on people's feedback, and a lot of the time there is a missing link between testing a map and providing the feedback. Players will of course make brief comments on maps at the time they are testing them, but these comments are easily forgotten unless documented. The purpose of this plugin is to document those comments and present them in a clear format which is easily understood by the mapper, the aim is that his can go on to be of even greater use in map testing besides allowing for little notes to be sent and stored for use in a web app. So if you have any ideas, questions or features that you want to know about or would like to go in to this, please let me know!