How to Set up Our IT Services

Your Core Services Account manages your access to Brave Services. You need to set this up for even the most basic access to our services, so make sure to do this before completing any further steps.

  1. Click LOG IN With EVE Online and login to your main account.
  2. Select your main character from the dropdown and click Authorize in the bottom right corner.
  3. Now on the main page, again click LOG IN With EVE Online and repeat steps 2 and 3 for all your alt characters.
  4. Finally click Update for all your characters.

It can take up to an hour before groups are assigned to you after adding your characters. Please do not continue until you have at least one group listed on the right side of your main core page.

Many services are still being transferred over to the new core system. This means that if you are just setting up core for the first time you won't be able access some of them. Services that are accessible under the new core are denoted with a [NEW CORE] header, while services still requiring the old core have an [OLD CORE] header. Keep an eye out for announcements on Slack which will let you know as these services become available.

These applications are essential to participating in Brave events, fleets, and operations. You should set them up as soon as possible after joining.

Setup Instructions HERE.

Everyday Services

These are applications that are used on a day to day basis in Brave, and include:

Mumble - [NEW CORE] This is a voice communication program which allows you talk with alliance mates, organize fleets, and listen for intel about enemy fleets. We ask that you at least be logged into mumble whenever you're doing anything in-game, even if you can't talk or don't have a microphone.

Slack - [NEW CORE] This is a channel based chat program which is the main place to get fleet notifications, alliance related announcements, ask questions, theorycraft, discuss industry, and chat about all sorts of topics. Head over to #dojo if you have any questions about how to use it. Please don't type in any channel with 'pings' in its name.

Discord - [NEW CORE] This program is similar to Slack, and is used for coalition level chat, trading and fleet notifications.

These 3 services are the most important to have, and you can find instructions on how to set them up here.

Wiki

[NEW CORE] The Brave Collective wiki contains many pages that are only accessible by authorized users, along with some public ones (including the one you're reading right now). Within the wiki you can find guides on many aspects of Eve, player run programs to help you prosper as an Eve Player, along with resources such as fleet doctrine fits. Please click here to authorize the wiki using your Core Services account. After you you have done this, you just have to log in to the wiki using your Core Services account details to view these pages.

Forums

[NEW CORE] The Brave Collective forums are where you can read the latest announcements from alliance leadership and engage in discussions with alliance members. Please click here to authorize the forums using your Core Services account and to read the instructions for using the forums.

These applications can be setup now or authorized as needed.

Intel Map

[NEW CORE] The Coalition Intel Map provides visual information about the movements of hostile players reported by alliance and coalition members.

BraveBucks

[NEW CORE] BraveBucks is a program which pays you for destroying enemy ships within our space. How much you get is dependent on what you destroyed, how many people helped you, and what system you were in at the time. You can setup BraveBucks here.

Ping

[OLD CORE] The Brave Collective Ping application lets you check pings that have been sent by other alliance members and send your own pings. Please click the Click Here to Authorize button to authorize the ping application using your Core Services account.

Ship Replacement Program

[OLD CORE] The Brave Collective SRP application lets you apply for alliance reimbursement for the loss of your ship when you participate in fleets that are covered by SRP. Please click the Login button to authorize the SRP application using your Core Services account. You can also view the full details of our SRP Program here.

Timer Board

[OLD CORE] The Brave Collective Timer Board lets you see a list of timers that the alliance might form fleets for. Please click the Click Here to Authorize button to authorize the timer board using your Core Services account.

  • public/alliance/it/how-to-set-up.txt
  • Last modified: 2018/09/29 13:18
  • by Ignacius Kh'orlan