So far one person, obviously someone with poor reading comprehension, is satisfied with the two paragraph answer.
Kelduum fancies himself a top-rate politician. Perhaps he is, within the insular little world of EVE University. He's not much of one when it comes to anything outside that sphere of influence.
So it wasn't terribly surprising that his answer was just a bunch of politico-speak -- having the appearance of saying something, but really saying nothing at all.
If elected to the CSM, I will represent every player of EVE, from industrialists and mission runners all the way to nullsec and wormhole players and everything in between, not a single special interest group.First of all, he attempts to cover the broadest base possible. He's going to represent everyone. Which is clap-trap. He's going to represent both the super-carebear and the hardened PvP pirate? Pardon my scepticism if I don't buy that brand of rose-flavoured water. Exactly how is he going to represent anyone when ninety-percent of his experience in this game is sitting in station, chatting with unistas on Mumble, and managing the University? What insight does that give him into wormholes, pirating, hell, pretty much anything outside of market warfare and the corporate UI interface.
CCP have made a good start with Crucible and are moving in the right direction. There is much that can still be improved - from balancing and iterating recently introduced features to replacing long-stagnant mechanics which have been broken for years. I pledge to focus my efforts on ensuring CCP continue down this path, and grow EVE to new levels without sacrificing current players.
The only interest Kelduum is going to represent is EVE University. His goal will be to decrease conflict for his organization, and increase the ability for him to recruit. If you're in favour of the dumbing-down of highsec, as it will suit E-Uni, then throw Kelduum a vote. (It is telling that the first two groups that came to mind, that he then typed, were industrialists and mission runners.)
The second paragraph is much the same. No specifics, because anything mentioned concretely could actually alienate voters. So keep it as broad and expansive as possible. He wants CCP to continue iterating on stuff. He wants CCP to fix broken stuff. Kelduum supports more stuff in the game. He's the Stuff Candidate.
What mechanics does he want "fixed"? And what does "fixed" mean to him? Exactly what features does he want iterated? All of them? Or just some of them? Which ones?
Come on. Kelduum. Man, up. Stop creasing your ass on the fence. Choose a side. Decide on some specific issues that you want to bring forward to CCP, and the suggestions that will inevitably accompany them.