Somewhat off topic, I think it would be nice to have a player statistic reflecting how often that player boots others. Obviously, booting is necessary, and I have been known to do it. But some players seem TOO boot happy, and those are the kind I don't want to play with.
Texas, Not a bad idea honestly. Taking it a step farther, would be interesting to have it take into account the time after minimal boot time. So a player with a high boot total isn't penalized if all of them are well beyond the direct boot limit.
Yeah, I reckon it would be a little tough to figure out the different stats that would have to go into my idea, and I certainly don't enjoy math enough to figure it out on my own. But taking number of boots (set against number of RT games played), together with % of time over the minum boot time, should give a pretty good indication of how "boot happy" that person is.
Sure, it might not solve the problem. Just as with boot percent, someone can always change accounts. I don't know how to solve the problem of overzealous booters. I am merely saying there should be some way to limit open seats, and not allow people who boot after .01 into my games.