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Re: Cover songs niche

Malkazoid ·
Hey Jayme! I was hoping this thread would be about the Cover Songs niche. My take on the GTA niche: it was voted in very early (April 2018), pretty much right at the beginning of the Alpha. I think now, I would have considered the description lacking because the word 'game' should be in there somewhere. @David Dreezer and I disagree on this approach. He feels it is enough for people who know the game to be able to find it, but to me, that's ignoring half of the role of content. Content isn't...
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Re: Cover songs niche

Christina Gleason ·
So we still don't have any answers about intellectual property rights and things like the Cover Songs niche . This is an important thing to discuss, with various international organizations making harsh penalties for violating intellectual property rights, like Article 13 in the EU. Twitch, the livestreaming platform, has suspended and banned long-time popular streamers for playing unlicensed music on their channels because Twitch doesn't want to get sued for hosting copyright violations...
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Re: Do comments on a post accrue Nrve token rewards for the content creator?

David Dreezer ·
This is a dupe of https://community.narrative.or...he-content-creator-1 Ted answered the other one.
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Re: Niche suggester name on approval page

Brian Lenz ·
Thanks for the suggestion, @Malkazoid . You're totally right about needing to show the suggester on the approval page And I agree that auto-complete for comment mentions would be nice to have
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Re: Niche suggester name on approval page

Malkazoid ·
Big day tomorrow mate - good luck with everything. I'll try to put aside a good hour to give initial feedback!
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Re: Niche suggester name on approval page

MALAY BANERJEE ·
Yes i totally agree with you. By this everyone in the community can interact with the niche suggestor. There should be a option to correct Nice name and description by the niche suggestor if needed. Thanks Everyone i hope everyone enjoying Narrative after beta launch.. Narrative going to be a Great community for both contents creators and its users.
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Re: Niche suggester name on approval page

MichelleG ·
Also, when the person who is commenting suggested the niche, maybe put that next to their name?
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Re: Niche suggester name on approval page

Malkazoid ·
Great - looks like this is now live on the Beta!
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Re: Niche suggester name on approval page

Brian Lenz ·
Indeed it is, @Malkazoid ! I'll close this up
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Re: My reputation went down. How do I tell why?

Ted ·
We cannot tell you why your score changed, since we are not monitoring your account. I can tell you that you will not be penalized for the number of posts you make, so you should never have to worry about doing too much. My guess is that your quality score went down a little bit, perhaps because of some downvote action, but unless it was a major drop, I personally wouldn't worry about it too much. We will be continuing to monitor our reputation code over time, of course, to ensure that...
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Re: Weird automatic scrolling issue in comments section

David Dreezer ·
You're right. It should. Thanks for the report.
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Re: My reputation went down. How do I tell why?

Bashar Abdullah ·
Thanks @Ted . At least I know about posts now
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Re: My reputation went down. How do I tell why?

Ted ·
Yeah, sorry I can't be more helpful. I wish my own reputation was going up faster, too.
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Re: My reputation went down. How do I tell why?

Bashar Abdullah ·
@Ted We all do
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Malkazoid ·
I think this is great! Tried and proven on another veteran platform.
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Ted ·
Just to clarify one point, Narrative staff should never have a role in any content reviews (once the initial Tribunal elections are held), unless of course a staff member is actually elected to the Tribunal (which would be allowed). Just to want to make it clear that ideally Narrative staff in general will have no role in content management.
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Ted ·
The idea itself has merit, I think, and certainly worth more consideration here, though I'd also like to preserve the ability for a person to delete their content outright (instantly) because ultimately Narrative should be providing you autonomy over your content. This policy, in essence, assumes bad intentions. But sometimes you post things you regret that have nothing to do with AUP violations or offending anyone. Perhaps this not-so-instant deletion depends on the person's reputation. If...
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Malkazoid ·
I may be misunderstanding @Christina Gleason , @Ted - but I think her suggestion includes immediate removal of the content from public view... so users who posted something they regret would be able to immediately find relief. What is great, I think, about this proposal is that people who commented on the post would still have access to their comments. From a legal perspective, I think quite a few jurisdictions might actually impose the requirement that online public messages be kept in some...
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Christina Gleason ·
You understood what I said correctly. I have personally, in fact, deleted a post I'd published and had comments on that I later deleted because I became concerned that the anonymous friend whose situation I had written about might have his legal options compromised if someone close to the issue decided to weaponize the post against him. This friend HAD asked me to write the post, but there were just too many nuances that couldn't be properly expressed in an editorial format. I manually...
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Vico Biscotti ·
I understand @Ted concerns about ownership of content. But I also think the suggestion from @Christina Gleason may be a good compromise. Another option is what I suggested here: https://community.narrative.or...ttachments-to-appeal . In the case of official issues, I think it's acceptable that the content remains public as evidence (until the account is there, of course), if the TOS is clear on that. cc: @Malkazoid , @Garden Gnome Publications
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Garden Gnome Publications ·
Here's a quandary. If we all have ownership of our content, that includes comments on a post created by another. If that other deletes their post, where do the comments go? If I own the comment content, then no one else should have the right to delete the entire thread of comments along with their post even if they own the post content.
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Malkazoid ·
Yes - @Garden Gnome Publications - that's exactly why this thread was started. A post was deleted by the troll we're currently dealing with, and many community members had put a lot of time in providing a lot of good information relevant to his grievance. Those comments got deleted along with his post. That's why were here...
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Re: Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Bashar Abdullah ·
I think that on a community based on reputation primarily, content should be kept, at least if it was Reported. It can be deleted from frontend, but Tribunal community always can access it from backend. Not sure if this has legal implications even if it's stated in the terms though. Thoughts?
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Re: Downvote comments by known trolls as AUP violations?

Vico Biscotti ·
@Malkazoid , I was wondering the same. I sometimes report with low quality, sometimes as a violation even if they're not exactly a violation, but SHOULD clearly be, since cheating by multiaccounts is commonly considered negative conduct (not always easy to detect them with certainty, but AUP does not even mention explicitly).
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Re: Downvote comments by known trolls as AUP violations?

Slaz ·
I downvoted them as Low Quality, but did choose AUP violation for a few comments when they were insults or personal attacks.
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Re: Downvote comments by known trolls as AUP violations?

David Dreezer ·
I think it's a bad idea to blanket report anything you deem as a troll to the Tribunal as an AUP violation. As an absolute minimum it simply adds that much more load to what will be the Tribunal. Mark it as low quality, and then just do not engage. Don't feel the troll's ego and rep by adding comments and replies. Stop rewarding the Trolls, just downvote for low quality, let it submerge, and move on.
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Re: Downvote comments by known trolls as AUP violations?

Vico Biscotti ·
Let's remember that those are not just trolls. It's an individual, acting with a scheme, that is polluting conversations and approvals/bids of niches. Also, new users don't know about this and WILL give him attention.
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Re: Downvote comments by known trolls as AUP violations?

Colleen Ryer ·
@Vico Biscotti makes a good point, people are unwittingly engaging -they don't know that some of the comments, posts, bids, etc are coming from troll accounts. New users are at a disadvantage unless the word gets to them. And after reading the AUP, even if the comments don't violate it, one person using multiple accounts to appear as several is impersonation - one reason to ban, at least.
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Re: Comment notifications or at least comment count?

Vico Biscotti ·
Yes, imo, it's the most important missing feature at present. I already suggested here: https://community.narrative.or...ications-on-comments
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Re: Comment notifications or at least comment count?

MOLLY O ·
@Christina Gleason . It might be good to Vote on the original suggestion. If you look under the title you will see the Vote button.
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Re: Comment notifications or at least comment count?

Robert Nicholson ·
This somewhat relates to my suggestion for stats on the "Manage Posts" display ( https://community.narrative.or...tats-on-manage-posts ) I'd like to see number of views, number of comments, number of votes, and rating for each of my posts. Stats on "Manage Posts" Stats on "Manage Posts"
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Re: Comment notifications or at least comment count?

Christina Gleason ·
Huh, I'd already voted on the @Vico Biscotti 's suggestion but forgot it existed. My apologies!
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Re: Mentioning does not work in posts.

MOLLY O ·
This is how it was designed to work, changing to Suggestion.
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Re: Mentioning does not work in posts.

Vico Biscotti ·
Mmh... ok. Still, it seems a bit weird. I know I'm not the only one to have noticed.
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Re: Reputation scores

David Dreezer ·
Hi, I'm sorry, but we are not commenting on or releasing the formulas for reputation at this time. We're in beta, the reputation system has had refinements and could possibly see more. And really it won't help if people are reading the formulas and then taking actions which would then skew the results. It is entirely possible that your reputation hasn't moved. Reputation is meant to be a slow progression and shouldn't jump up and down frequently. Just keep doing what you're doing, and your...
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Re: Reputation scores

blueeyes8960 ·
While I am wondering why mine hasn't moved, and that's fine I guess, but that's still no indication of how someone who has done nothing gets a quality score of 66. But thanks for replying. I can understand not releasing the formula, but at a very basic level you'd like to think it makes sense, however it is administered. Thanks for the reply.
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Re: Reputation scores

MOLLY O ·
I am going to close this Question. @blueeyes8960 Thanks for being here and contributing on the Narrative platform. Not sure you have seen our spec - thought that you might find interesting if you hadn't seen it yet.
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Re: Display number of comments with direct link to comments section

Colleen Ryer ·
Yes, this any more brainstorming on how to make commenting really fun and easy to use, keep track of - to keep community interaction way up there
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Re: View of like and unlike and key answer comments to comment in sub-folders of comments.

Vico Biscotti ·
Agree for upvotes notification, and already posted this: https://community.narrative.or...ications-on-up-votes Also, the "reply" button would be important. Downvotes are okay to remain anonymous, in my opinion.
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Re: Remove Vote and Editing Notification on Post/Comment

MALAY BANERJEE ·
This is a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharin. I think narrative organization should think about it.
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Re: Broken links in comments

MALAY BANERJEE ·
Thanks for sharing the issue because many times correct links didn't appear in middle of the post and comments too.
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Re: Broken links in comments

David Dreezer ·
I'm not seeing an issue with broken links. Yes, the appearance of the link is shortened for very long links, but if you click them, they work fine. If you want to copy a link - instead of highlighting and copying the text, and right click and choose copy link address, or whatever your browser terms it as. On mobile (chrome is all I have) it's link press on the link and press copy link address. Someone else will have to tell us how it's on on an iPhone.
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Re: Broken links in comments

Vico Biscotti ·
@David Dreezer , it occasionally happens. I've not found what triggers it. Of course, I put the full link, in the comment, not the text, but sometimes the text still becomes a link (with the "...") but it's a broken link. I've a clear example, but I can't put a link to a comment (oh, that's a suggestion...), so I can give you only the link of the story https://www.narrative.org/post...-don-ts-on-narrative and a screenshot of the comment If I go in edit, the link is intact.
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Re: Broken links in comments

David Dreezer ·
Every comment has a direct permalink. Mouse over the date/time on the comment under the commentor's name. This comment is https://www.narrative.org/post...nt=49310581546690363
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Re: Broken links in comments

Vico Biscotti ·
Oh! Didn't notice that... Great. Not that evident, but good to know.
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Re: Broken links in comments

Vico Biscotti ·
@David Dreezer , it just happened again, the broken link in a comment. https://www.narrative.org/post...nt=49310581547398708 Seems impossible to avoid it.
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Re: Broken links in comments

David Dreezer ·
Vico, did you type that link, or copy and paste that link?
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Re: Broken links in comments

Vico Biscotti ·
Copied and pasted the entire url, @David Dreezer .
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Re: Broken links in comments

David Dreezer ·
I am completely unable to replicate this in any of my attempts to do so. https://www.narrative.org/post...nt=49310581547406749
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Re: Broken links in comments

David Dreezer ·
Jut to be clear, you went to this topic , copied the URL from the address bar in your browser, and pasted it onto your comment?
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