Tagged With "approved"

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Arbitrage

Whitmal ·
bitebtc--NRVE is less than one cent LAtoken it is 8 cents I was never approved for bitebtc BUT if some lucky NRVER got the call then please make yourself some MONEY!!!!!!! 7x
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Re: Arbitrage

twitch.tv/billybonus ·
Its no use. Trading volume is so low that even if you buy with $100 at bitebtc price will pump to same as LAToken have. Unless you have a trading bot that makes it automatic
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How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

Dillon Hamilton ·
I've tried entering page 2 of the approvals page to vote and comment on pending niches for the past few days and I've received an error page in response each time. At first I thought it may be because I'm new and was restricted based on my novice status, but I'm not sure why that would be the case anymore. Is there only one page of approvals or am I doing something incorrectly? Thanks!
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

David Dreezer ·
Hi Dillon, As long as you are properly logged in there should be no problem seeing the second or more pages of pending Niches. It's not a "new person" issue. Can you take a screen capture of the error that you are seeing and attach it here? That will help us to trouble shoot.
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

Dillon Hamilton ·
Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

David Dreezer ·
That's what I needed. Thanks! We'll look into and and I'll let you know.
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

Dillon Hamilton ·
Wonderful! Thanks.
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

Dillon Hamilton ·
Also, should I be able to see others' profiles? Because at the moment I cannot and I'm getting the same error page for that. Thanks!
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

David Dreezer ·
Can you try doing a hard refresh on that page? (shift reload) Also, is this Chrome? On a Mac? Mojave or older?
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

Dillon Hamilton ·
The hard refresh worked. Should I do that every time?
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

David Dreezer ·
You shouldn't have to and we'll have to look into our page caching, but if you get stuck again that will get you moving again.
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Re: How Does a User Enter Page 2 and Beyond of Approvals?

Dillon Hamilton ·
Thank you very much!
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Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

MichelleG ·
Hi, Can we get filtering and/or sorting implemented sooner rather than later on the alpha? I'd like to be able to skip directly to the proposed niches I haven't voted on yet. I'd also like to be able to skip directly to the close votes to read the comments. Anybody else feel this way? -MichelleG
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Christina Gleason ·
Yes, this feels like it is needed NOW. That being said, I have left some comments on niches looking for guidance about certain issues with the niche descriptions. I've abstained from voting so far, but maybe people would be more likely to reply if I were to vote to reject and ask others to change my mind. (I have done this a few times, and I have changed my vote to approve on some of them.)
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Malkazoid ·
I often wonder whether to comment and wait for an answer, or downvote and comment inviting folks to change my mind. Mostly, I will suspend judgement if it is a field I suspect I don't have a good enough grasp of to tell whether the problem is the name/description, or whether it is me.
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

David Dreezer ·
There really is nothing that is low hanging fruit, and anything that is not on the timeline just makes beta that much further away. We're focused really hard on that process of getting us to beta and the timeline that Brian posted here . That's not to say it is a bad idea, it's a good idea, but anything that pulls us off the timeline is really likely to be put after the current TODOs to reach our goal, not before. We already have a search update suggestion in the hopper here . Please...
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Malkazoid ·
I agree - this would be really considerate of the team to implement. It feels like low-hanging fruit: I can't imagine it is a huge science project to implement, and it could reduce the amount of time it takes people to do a voting session by half.
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Malkazoid ·
Then we shall grit our teeth and keep clicking each and every of the 7 or so pages of niches searching for ones we haven't voted on! Don't let anyone ever say we didn't suffer for the cause! My first world problems...
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Slaz ·
Hehe, I suggested this feature a while ago in a random thread.. Well anyway, implementing this is guaranteed to increase voting efforts from returning members, since they'll be able to quickly find whatever niches they have yet to vote on.
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Malkazoid ·
We'll tell our grandkids about the days spent in the trenches...
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

David Dreezer ·
I'm clicking right there with you, I feel your pain!
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

MichelleG ·
Yeah. There's plenty of room by the "suggest niche" button, which doesn't appear to be a half or third of a voting card anyway, and is thus probably just floating off to the right in a 50% div taking up the remainder of the ThumbsUp/Approvals/View Guidelines header image space on large screens. I bet it's just always floating around as the extra piece on all the defined screen dimensions. So for now I'd just stick a friend extra piece on it for filtering. 20 minutes now. 20 minutes later to...
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Re: Niche Approval Filtering and Sorting

Banter ·
Hi @Dave Dreezer and @Narrative , I think I would push back on the 'nothing is low hanging fruit' comment. Having a default sort on the approval view that shows Niches that the logged in user hasn't voted on yet should be a very simple server side fix and not involve the UI at all. This would function as a simple stop gap until a more advanced sorting filtering UI can be implemented. I think everyone trying to do their part to vote would massively appreciate this, as it is, the current...
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Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

Gosia Rokicka ·
Hello, I have a lot of ideas for new niches and I generally suggest one a day. All of them get approved in the required time of 3 days. Two of them, however, got stuck in the system somehow. 3 days passed and they are still in the queue (both with 100% approval rate though). https://alpha.narrative.org/hq/approval/31576334041314892 - this one is meant to be out of the queue in 4 hours (but it was suggested on 22 Jan) https://alpha.narrative.org/hq/approval/31435596528929870 - this one still...
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

David Dreezer ·
You have 100%, but perhaps not the required 20 votes when the time period ended. If that happens, and you're under 20 votes then the clock will start again until you do gain the minimum number of votes required.
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

Malkazoid ·
Hey, Chances are this is because of a feature of the system which is now 'hidden'. The system requires at least 20 votes for an approval to go through, and if those votes aren't all in after 3 days, the clock resets for another 3 day round. The interface used to show how many votes received, but for some reason they decided to remove that display. It would really help to bring it back, and have it say 16 out of 20 votes received , or something like that. You're not the first to ask, and...
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

David Dreezer ·
I see. Yes, you're right. I'll ask. It's in the spec, but not on the Alpha itself.
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

Gosia Rokicka ·
I meant (and I think @Malkazoid meant the same) that it would be useful to know that 20 votes were required in the first place. Now this niche has 22 but before it for example had 16 - so the count was saying "16 votes". But I didn't know that 20 was the minimum so I was thinking along the line: "16 people voted up, why is this niche still in the queue?" I hope it's clearer now
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

Malkazoid ·
Excellent! Good to see it is there... I could have sworn it was gone for a while, and when I posted about it, I think @Brian Lenz even mentioned it might come back... Anyway, glad it is there. I wonder if it is feasible to add a few characters so that it is clear there is a 20 vote threshold?
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

David Dreezer ·
Well, this is confusing. We did not remove the display of the number of votes that a Niche has received. This is from Gosia's Psytrance Niche suggestion.
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

Gosia Rokicka ·
Thanks! There is so much in the specs that it's difficult to remember every little detail. I think it would be super helpful if it was visible. If not in Alpha, then certainly in Beta
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Re: Voting time for suggested niches - a curiosity...

Gosia Rokicka ·
Ah, that's clear now, thank you! Yes, it would be helpful to have this feature. I had no idea 20 votes are needed (although it makes sense).
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Unowned niches need to be active

Malkazoid ·
This seems to be the most pressing topic right now, so a good first 'Conversation' for the new version of the community forums. In an effort to see just how many people will come up against the jarring realisation that the tag they want can only be unlocked if someone spends $75, I tested the assertion made by the @Narrative Network Team that most topics are covered by owned niches. So I took some common areas of interest and searched for niches for them. Politics There are a few...
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Christina Gleason ·
This is what I've been saying. Unowned niches could be "owned" by Narrative until someone sees them as good investments and wants the commission for themselves. Niches with active owners will almost definitely outperform unowned niches because owners have a big incentive to drive people to the platform to contribute to or consume the content in their niches. The unowned niches that prove my theory wrong won't be unowned for long, because they'll have proven performance.
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Malkazoid ·
That's some valuable first-hand information!
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

MichelleG ·
I'm so glad people aren't letting this go. Content creators don't sit around and wait for platforms to catch up to their requirements for labeling and classifying their content. Nor do they just post what they do think fits. They leave. Logic doesn't enter into it. This is predictable human behavior that is, in my opinion, foolish to ignore. Foolish is a strong word, but the warning bells on this need to be loud. One solution that comes to mind is to plaster the abandoned/inactive niches...
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Robert Nicholson ·
I agree completely. I tried a dozen topics that I would like to write about, and was able to find suitable niches for only three. So that's an immediate barrier for new users. Then, when they see the auction system that requires people to buy niches in order to activate them, I think a lot of people are going to conclude that the site is a scam. Why not just activate ALL approved niches? If someone chooses to make an investment by buying a niche, then they will get the niche owner's share...
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Christina Gleason ·
The only thing stopping me from buying the Bernie Sanders niche is that it's going to be a NIGHTMARE to moderate, and I don't want to be the one giving guidelines to the mods. I know how much (free) work the (volunteer) mods in the Bernie 2016 subreddit had to put in to deal with the bots and the paid trolls, and I just don't have the emotional capacity for that sort of responsibility. Otherwise, that sucker's going to be a GOLD MINE. But everyone involved is going to have to work hard to...
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Robert Nicholson ·
Plus, if an un-owned niche starts to take off, it could foster a bidding war, ultimately making more money for Narrative.
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Slaz ·
As I briefly said in the old forum topic, I stand behind the idea of unowned niches being active and I do still believe that it'll benefit Narrative financially in the long term. There are plenty of active niches already. But a few hundred is nothing for the vast variety of content that new users would like to tag. I believe this'll be an important and determining factor in Narratives first year.
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Re: Unowned niches need to be active

Gosia Rokicka ·
I have nothing clever to add to what's been said here and in the old thread but just wanted to add my vote - yes, unowned niches need to be active for all the reasons mentioned above. If they are not, it's a major failing for the platform which will definitely drive traffic away. It actually drives me away a bit, since I can't post here many things I'd like to. Most people who use blogging platforms / forums / social media are writers / content creators, not entrepreneurs. Including myself.
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Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Emily Barnett ·
I originally voted for the niche Was I Wrong . I Even thought it was an interesting topic. However, this morning as I noodle around Narrative's ToS, and AUP, and even the Community standards policy for Medium, I am beginning to feeling that this is a topic we shouldn't approve. And would like to share my perspectives and get some other opinions given what i am about to point out, before the voting time frame is up. Narrative ToS under section 3. Content it states: By submitting Your Content...
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Re: Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Colleen Ryer ·
I see your point - a clearly identified quote from a published source is fine, but repeating private conversation without clear permission probably isn't.
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Re: Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Emily Barnett ·
The second thing that I noticed, which isn't directly applicable, but only because our AUP is not very flushed out and because we don't have a community standards policy of our own. So looking at Medium's CSP it states this, which I find very relatable to this suggested niche: Medium Community Conduct Privacy and Reputation We do not allow the following: Posting copies of private communications between private individuals without the explicit consent of all parties to the communication. I...
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Re: Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Emily Barnett ·
An Addendum to my point.... We do have an AUP that states no harassment. I guess one has to determine if this niche is by it's very nature, capable of harassing, or bullying other people, by being publicly judged, when one party didn't ever agree to it, may not be aware of it in order to present their side of the argument...anonymously or not, I think it it definitely can quickly blur into harassment. Regarding the anonymous bit, it seems totally irrelevant. One only has to copy and past a...
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Re: Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Garden Gnome Publications ·
As with all human behavior, I would put the onus of responsibility on the actor. However, the sentence above from your last post @Emily Barnett brings up an interesting point. Since such comments are public, the person making them has no right to claim privacy. Even in the physical world, a word spoken in a public place is not private communication. It is public and, therefore, quotable. Regarding actual private communications, I think the Medium CSP is problematic because if you send me an...
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Re: Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Ted ·
FYI-- the Narrative AUP already says:
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Re: Concerns about the niche suggestion Was I Wrong

Emily Barnett ·
ok, @Garden Gnome Publications i am a bit confused by your bouncing back and forth, so bare with me if I got something wrong as I respond to your post. 1. Narrative's AUP states you cannot post anything identifiable. Many people choose to remain anonymous on this platform, so even linking information that can link to a social media account that does have the persons public identity seems to me to be a breech of the AUP as I read it. I don't think you can say that the there is no onus on the...
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