Similar idea here, to the suggestion of a Community forum digest. Participation in the Chaucer Alpha is up of course, with the influx of new users. But aspects of it are not - voting to confirm niches is a bit on the anemic side for instance, and we have no current mechanism to fix that. If a weekly message went out to all users with a digest of some of the notable activity on Chaucer (interesting new niches proposed, niches that need more votes, etc), with a reminder that voting builds...
Hi Founders, Congratulations on your Niches. I am excited to be a reader, contributor, and hopefully a moderator for some of these terrific Niches that are now in existence. I have noticed that many of the founders have seemly left the building when it comes to voting on the Niches suggested by the patrons . I would encourage you to participate in this round of voting, even though you have your niches, for the following reasons: 1. Most of you have been here from the beginning, and are a lot...
Emily - I have heard your call loud and clear. Thank you very much for this. My excuse is I've been in crunch mode on a deadline, whilst simultaneously schlepping through 4 flights between Portugal and Japan... but Narrative doesn't have any use for our excuses - it needs to succeed, period! On to it now.
Well thank you @Emad this middle-aged lady will happily accept your compliments. And thank you to everyone for hearing my call, and jumping right in, and to those that have been sticking with it all along...I love how invested people are in the success of this thing. It just demonstrates how powerful decentralization truly is. We are setting the tone here, in a short amount of time we will double and then triple in size and the demands of building this will be shared by other new comers.
It is doing much better now @Soňa . Thank you. This one niche is meaningful. If it got voted down for inaccurate reasons, I think it would be pretty disappointing to many, not just myself. Glad to have you back btw!
It is really nice to have someone rallying the troops as it were. Inspiring those of us who ever close windows to click them open again, and those of us who never close them to do some clicking and reading. Thanks for taking on the job Emily.
Yes, it is definitely one of the key topics in today society. And many people will surely follow it, including myself, I am glad you suggested it. On another note, it is really great to go through the ballot box every time and see all the new interesting topics appear there. There are of course some repetitive topics but there are also many inspiring ideas and it's just encouraging to watch the diversity. So agreeing with @MichelleG , thanks Emily for being active!
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