is growing - a few changes
on May 24, 2002 - by Simbille Ballong
daily we receive applications from neighbourhoods wanting to join the SUN
(Sims United Neighbourhoods). Latest additions are Simmonet, Centerville,
Simmington-on-the-Wrye, Sim District, Sea Shore Cove and Simsville. SUN
SUN member's presentation has been slightly adjusted, now including more
details on each household, such as how many days since move-in, size of
house and net worth. For most current members these details have not been
collected yet. In the future there might be even more facts added, which
will be decided by a future board group.
of a new board group has dragged out, mainly because the temporary group,
all residents of Simmerville, have been busy with other matters lately.
We promise to go on with the SUN plans pretty soon, though. A few changes
have already be done:
now on all SUN members must have at least 3 households. We have received
several registrations from neighbourhoods with just one house, some even
established the day before they apply for a membership. The SUN network
is not meant to be a list of brand new neighbourhoods, as the submitted
information most likely would be outdated very soon. We all know that when
a neighbourhood is brand new the changes are on high speed. Instead we
want the neighbourhoods to be well established before they register for
SUN., i.e. minimum 3 households must have been around for at least 10 simdays
each. We will not claim this to be required for now (too many rules never
was a good thing), but we will require 3 or more households per neighbourhood.
registration form has been adjusted, as the registration now is split into
two operations. A new SUN member must first sign up as a member, and then
they will receive a SUN ID. The ID is needed for registering households
and to update their information later on. The ID will also make it possible
for us to add future member features.
Please check out the SUN
for more details and information on it's contributing neighbourhoods.