The following quote was Kelduum's campaign promise during his CSM7 campaign:
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.Marc Scaurus, of Goonswarm, recently characterized Kelduum's term in the following way:
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 E-Uni CEO – you know, the one guy who should probably be gunning for more and better New Player Experience revamps – is a fucking nonentity according to every bit of info I’ve picked up from the CSM this term. Literally disappeared. Not even Kaiser Soze disappeared. [Kelduum] just flat out stuck a feather in his cap labelled ‘CSM Member’ and called it a day.That's just one man's opinion, of course. I happen to agree with the assessment. You may not. That's fine. I'd like to learn the why.
I'm wondering. For those of you that did vote Kelduum, do you feel you wasted a vote? Or do you feel you received value from your vote? If Kelduum were to run for CSM8, would you vote for him again? Why?
Although I'm using Kelduum as an example, feel free to comment on anyone you cast a vote for last year.