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CSM9 Archives  - Sugar also served on CSM9. If you are interested in what happened then check the archives for weekly posts.

This is Sugar Kyle's CSMX link page. Below should be blog posts, dev blogs, pertinent forum posts, podcasts, and anything else CSMX (2015-2016) focused for your browsing pleasure.

CSM - The Council of Steller Management is a player elected group of representatives that form a link between CCP and the Eve Online player community.

CSMX Members:

Cagali Cagali, Chance Ravinne, corbexx, corebloodbrothers, Endie, Gorga, Jayne Fillon, Manfred Sideous, Mike Azariah, Sion Kumitomo, Sort Dragon, Steve Ronuken, Sugar Kyle, Thoric Frosthammer

CSMX - Post #01  - March 22nd, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #02  - March 29th, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #03  - April 5th, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #04  - April 12th, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #05  - April 19th, 2015 - Weekly Update

April 19th Monthly Open Q&A with Sugar and Corbex

CSMX - Post #06  - April 26th, 2015 -Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #07  - May 3rd, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #08  - May 10th, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #09  - May 17th, 2015 - Weekly Update

May 16th Monthly Open Q&A with Sugar and Corbex

CSMX - Post #10  - May 24th, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #11  - May 31st, 2015 - Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #12  - June 7th, 2015 -Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #13  - June 12th, 2015 - Fleet Warp Changes

CSMX - Post #14  - June 14th, 2015 - Weekly Update

Fleetwarp Soundboard - June 17th, 2015 - Soundboard (audio)

CSMX - Post #15 - July 21st, 2015 Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #16 - June 28th, 2015 Weekly Update

June 28th Monthly Open Q&A with Sugar and Corbex

CSMX - Post #17 - July 5th, 2015 Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #18 - July 12th, 2015 Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #19 - July 19th, 2015 Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #20 - July 26th, 2015 Weekly Update

July 26th Monthly Open Q&A with Sugar and Corbex and Thoric

CSMX - Post #21 - August 2nd, 2015 Weekly Update

CSMX - Post #22 - August 4th, 2015 A Call for Structure Questions

CSMX - Post #23 - August 9th, 2015 Weekly Update

Structure Fact Sheet - A Condensed Document of Structure Information

Fleet Warp Soundboard  - August 14th, 2015 Weekly Update

Background Noise - On Failing at an Attempt to run a huge Soundboard

CSMX - Post #24 - August 14th, 2015 Weekly Update

Structure Sound Board - August 18th, 2015

CSMX - Post #25 - August 22nd, 2015 Weekly Update

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