That thread went up without my approval (which is fine I guess), but I am watching it intently. CCAT has a history of inactivity, so you will really need to work hard to maintain discussion and interest all the way through. Get good battlers to take a look and post ideas, get RMT people to post (since most of them are good at spotting weaknesses), and yea, just keep the interest. If you can maintain a good amount of interest all the way through then it will work, but if not the thread will die and that is something im really worried about. Give it your best shot man.
the biggest challenge for CCAT is maintaining participant's interest throughout the endeavor. You should not drag each stage for too long. You must also supervise the discussion to make sure it's leading towards the right direction.
If you think you can sustain the enthusiasm for this project, then go for it
basically, yeah. content is QC's job since they're the people who're selected for metagame knowledge & stuff! while that doesn't mean other people can't weigh in, it's really better to do that explicitly / not include content corrections in the gp stage, especially since tbh writers might not always carefully consider the edits they're making. it's not your fault; apologies if i worded anything too harshly in the thread but yeah it's definitely something i would steer clear of.
Ok so here is what we decided. Yanmega is pretty bad right now and we are considering not giving it an analysis. However, if you can gather logs showcasing its effectiveness then we may reconsider. Just make sure that you are willing to defend it if you decide to make a thread about it, and to gather good logs against good opponents, not against random scrubs that Yanmega barely does antyhig useful ok?