Tagged With "Narrative Waitlist"

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[email protected]

MOLLY O ·
Here is the latest [email protected] blog. Enjoy!
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Narrative Should Be Certified Brave Publisher For Creating Great Attention To The People.

MALAY BANERJEE ·
In Today's Commpettetive Market narrative should bring something new to its users. I think narrative administration should try to make narrative as a Certified Brave Publisher.. If it is happened then its users get additional brave token for using narrative platform. With this more and more people will jump to the Narrative and Narrative definitely go to the moon very soon.. Thanks Everyone..
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freedom ·
Connecting post https://www.narrative.org/post...ied-by-brave-browser
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Re: The Updated Narrative Alpha is Here!

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks - will share with our design team! Here is a breakdown of what's next from Brian's blogpost : Here’s what you can expect leading up to beta launch: December 2018 Network Stats Overview This release will add a section to Narrative HQ that features the following stats: number of members, monthly active users (MAU), Network Rewards pool balance, purchased Niches, approved Niches, and number of Niche Owners. Post beta release, we’ll continue to build out this section to include additional...
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Narrative Should Used Best Algorithm For Showing All Contents In Home/ Discovery Page With Equal Status. .

MALAY BANERJEE ·
According Narrative Headquarters Its Ok that we can look everyone's post in discovered page. But question is how. Today volume of all contents is low but after sometime narrative have lots of contents some are old and we gets plenty of new contents posted every minute.. So narrative should have certain Algorithm which distinguished old and new and some evergreen quality contents. At the same time when numbers of post per hour increased then how all contents are visible in our home page and...
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Colleen Ryer ·
@MALAY BANERJEE I think a separate random stream is a neat idea ... gives older posts another swing at getting noticed, without interfering with the other streams.
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Narrative should add the feature of Reblogged of post .

MALAY BANERJEE ·
Thanks for everyone here on narrative platform who are continuously contributing great development in narrative and adding new feature in narrative to make it's better contents marketing than other social media. I have my suggestion which can make naarative more competitive than others. I think narrative should add Reblogging / Remind of post in homepage of every contents. So that anybody like the contents he should Reblogged the post and the post immediately comes to the person's personal...
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Re: Narrative should add the feature of Reblogged of post .

Colleen Ryer ·
Hi @MALAY BANERJEE Some kind of reblogging might be good, but I think with the platform so new, it would be better to see how the voting system holds up over time on it's own. And earlier it was suggested that creators have tipping jars, which might do just as well as reblogging as far as rewards go ...
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Narrative @ Work: February 28, 2019

MOLLY O ·
Welcome to the February edition of Narrative @ Work. We’re committed to keeping you well-informed with progress being made on all fronts as we journey toward our public launch in April 2019. Narrative @ Work complements our newsletter  — be sure to subscribe to receive Narrative News in your inbox. Although a short month, February was packed with feature releases. We rolled out Certification, onboarding enhancements, a major Reputation formula update, and a Niche slot limit increase. We also...
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Confusion Over Niche Voting

Bryan ·
I'm REALLY disappointed in @Ted for voting to reject my Niche topic. I'm wracking my brains to give him ( and the others that have followed suit that I've had very positive interactions with like @Harj ) some meager benefit of doubt. Reviewing the brief instructions at the top of the Niche Ballot page are some instructions on how to approach Niche voting. One column for upvoting , and one for rejecting proposed Niches. The first bullet describes...
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

Malkazoid ·
I noticed this pattern in voting. What can I say. Humans are fallible. We must be extremely careful to include safeguards in our processes, and not leave them entirely up to the wisdom of moderators, or even tribunals of elected members. We need something akin to a constitution that delineates that actions contrary to it can be overturned. PS I too have approved every niche so far. They all meet the criteria.
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mrgoodsett ·
I think many don't really know what your niche is about. Personally, I think it's great.
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Emily Barnett ·
yes... I agree personal preferences really need to be taken out of the equation. People need to remember we aren't voting on our perceived popularity of a niche.
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Bryan ·
Thanks @Emily Barnett I'm not too worried about the voting, just the Ted part of it. It's also surprising that @Rosemary 's proposed Niche, Beach Life, is also getting some serious hostility. Just shows people are voting with their affinities and aesthetic preferences! I need to remember this is the very first Niche voting experience. The team will sort it out.
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Bryan ·
@mrgoodsett Thanks. I tried to be as succinct as possible in the description. But, after getting downvotes, I pasted the text into a Flesch-Kincade text analyzer and it registered as an 19th-grade reading level. So, maybe the downvotes were really just confused votes? I dunno. It's definitely more complicated than Dogs.
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Emily Barnett ·
Hi Bryan, I noticed this too. Seemed odd to me as well. But don't fret too much...When i voted for it, it popped you up into 63% with that one vote. There is hardly any members there yet. I am sure you will have more than enough votes from this small community as it begins to log on.
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Bryan ·
Thanks @Malkazoid , I think you're right. If Ted hadn't voted to reject my Niche, I think I would have just chocked it up as "confused voter syndrome"... But Ted did vote, and he's supposed to know this stuff.
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Malkazoid ·
I didn't realise you could see how people had voted. I looked and Ted is in the YES column now. It is possible he clicked the wrong button, and went back to correct it afterwards?
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Emily Barnett ·
Oh man @mrgoodsett I shudder to think what my grade is at.. I abhor the idea of dumbing down writing.... I like the notion of evolving not devolving... but I get your point. Simple language leads to less confusion. I must keep this in mind when it is my turn to suggest a niché.
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Bryan ·
Yeah, now I feel like a chump for calling him out. Sorry @Ted , sheathing my sword now.
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Eduardo Hernández ·
Being the devil's advocate here: I didn't understand your niche, nor I had ever heard in my life the concept "New Parish". Had to google it now to understand what it was, and then after all the polemic here I decided to vote for it. Maybe that's why people didn't vote for it?
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

Andreas Hauser ·
I confess to also having downvoted Beach Life and "Oil or Life", however after reading this post I can see that we need as many niches as possible to accommodate as many different views as possible - so I have now changed my vote. Thanks for changing my mind :-)
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

Rosemary ·
I imagine that each person is going to come up with their own voting habits, but hopefully everyone will give Niches benefit of the doubt and only downvote sparingly, when necessary. I'm anxious to see what patterns emerge.
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ClosetCrypto ·
Honestly, regardless if I understand what a topic is about or not, I will vote yes for it as long as it is original (hasn't been done yet) and within my standards of morality.
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Malkazoid ·
Awesome - you've gained yourself a follower. Few things are more impressive than someone who can change their mind and admit it.
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

Andreas Hauser ·
That is very kind of you, sir!
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Bryan ·
@Andreas Hauser thanks, yeah—I did the same thing with Dogs (which I love). I was thinking it has to be "unique" as in "interesting"—not "unique" as in "distinct". And like @ClosetCrypto said, regardless of whether or not I even understand what the Niche is, I'll vote for it if it's distinct.
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Ted ·
Yes, that is exactly what happened. Sorry, I was so busy yesterday, I missed this topic. Definitely just a mistake in where I clicked. My apologies!
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

Bryan ·
Currently, there are 44 Niches, and NO redundant proposals. However, only 10 of the 44 have a 100% approval score. This means 77% of the proposed Niches have met with resistance by the voting community. Clearly we need some voter education ! I have two solutions which are completely agnostic to the level of effort required to implement! Force rejection votes to select WHICH reason they are using to reject a Niche. (a) Redundant, or (b) Violates ToS Exclude members from receiving community...
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Eduardo Hernández ·
Don't know if I agree with this. I haven't voted for a few of the Niches because simply I do not think the subject is well described nor I fully understand what it is. If we vote "Yes" for every single Niche just because "We are a supportive community," then we should just skip the voting altogether. My 2 cents
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David Dreezer ·
I agree. Add my 2 cents. I also am sure that I will never vote no on a niche that otherwise maybe I might because I don't wish to get called out and excoriated on these forums in any manner.
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ClosetCrypto ·
I like the forced selection of a persons reasoning for downvoting
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Bryan ·
I think that is the problem. Just because someone doesn't know what Darning Lore is, doesn't mean the one who submitted it isn't deeply connected with content creators from the sock-darners subculture and the seedy back-alleys of underground knitters & stitchers. The Niche proposer is the one who sees its potential. The community is here to vet redundancy and violation of terms. Language is important—similar to the Niche "owner" fiasco... "voting" is presenting its own set of...
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Soňa ·
@EDUARDO HERNÁNDEZ , I totally agree. There are so far several niches where the description could be done better. The "oil or life" niche is a good example. Although I voted for this niche, since I suppose I know what the topic should represent and it is generally ok for me, I would really like to see some possibility to modify the niche description (only by its creator) after it was proposed and possibly discussed by other members. At the end, there could be people who are also interested...
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ClosetCrypto ·
I would have to disagree. Voting is not mandatory. If you don't feel like something deserves a Yes vote doesn't automatically mean you have to vote No. The 3rd option is to just not vote at all on that Niche. Just because I don't understand something or think it isn't properly described is not justification enough for me to cast a No vote. As always, just my thoughts.
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

Brian Lenz ·
@Soňa , once you have won the auction for a niche, you can submit name and description updates, which are subsequently voted on by the community according to the same criteria used for new niches (not redundant and no TOS violations). Thus, the name and description is not locked in, so I wouldn't let it stop you from bidding on a niche that isn't quite phrased the way you like.
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Re: Confusion Over Niche Voting

MichelleG ·
Thanks Brian. The clarification about revisibility of both the name and description is helpful. In light of this, I don't think it will depress niche or overall value to have some arguably (and arguable not) optically imperfect names or descriptions transiently hanging about pre-beta. Folks can just all help each other out with descriptions. Even though we're just carving up an idea space, or perhaps precisely because we're carving up an idea space, descriptions and labels traditionally...
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Soňa ·
Hi Brian, thanks for your reply ! I understand that it is probably easier to solve the problem with niche names and description after the whole auction is finished and there is enough time and space to deal with that. On the other hand, what if I buy a niche where I am not really satisfied with the description and then I would not be able to change it... saying differently, I would be buying an unfinished product where I am not certain how it will turn out. Well I suppose that niche...
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Gerbino ·
Thanks for the clarification Brian. Very important piece of information. Worth communicating this as much as possible as it will undoubtedly influence voting
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Dias Flac ·
I'd say don't worry about percentages. If your niche is appropriate, it will make it to the next round (you only need 50+% approval rate, after all). I was miffed myself at the beginning because my suggestion was CLEARLY unique but got over it once I realized it'll pass anyway.
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Harj ·
HI Bryan I have been re-adjusting some of my votes and listening to the conversation here and like your point on If someone proposes a Niche, there's a good chance that they do so because they believe there is content to support it. thanks for the better undertanding this really helps me and I can improve my voting approach. thanks bro
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Malkazoid ·
Thanks mate!
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mrgoodsett ·
@Malkazoid Congrats on the Niche... Hope you get it! We need this.
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Re: [Suggestions] Features to be added into Narrative

Alex Shepherd ·
Great suggestions and something I definitely see implemented over time. I think the Personal Journal Platform can also act as a Social Profile and everyone can add each other there. Don't quote me on that but it would make the most sense. Personal Journals will have a lot of components to them that are not quite detailed yet but I assume there will be plenty parts of that platform you can make private and public. Niches will always be a huge part of the platform but Personal Journals will be...
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Emily Barnett ·
Private messaging is important. given that many people on here remain anonymous it is important for us to have a way to connect with niche owners, moderators and content makers. This feature would be good to have asap. I know there are people already whom would like to speak more privately about purchased niches and intentions to moderate or contribute. Although I have nothing to hide, I don't always want to speak through a bull horn. You know what I mean?
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Emily Barnett ·
@Alex Shepherd it is true that private messaging is very standard, but currently we don't have it, and I am already finding that I need it. I don't mind the small forum within a niche, but again the private message is important when moderators may need to reject content that has been submitted. This under no circumstances should be public. So although it seems obvious to ask for private messaging....i think it is very important, as well as a priority feature.
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Alex Shepherd ·
Private Messaging is a pretty standard feature. Another direction is possibly a small forum within niches as well. Tons of options to discuss. Thanks for the suggestion Emily.
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Jeroenski74 ·
We should at least look at the competitors in our field, so I don't want to keep it from you: http://eds.ren/en/
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Emily Barnett ·
@Dennis is Lbry a blockchain token earning platform. I didn't see anything eluding to that. I know of this one. MITH I haven't taken the time to read the white paper. there is also Civil and I started a thread about Civil that you can read here
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Dennis ·
Here another. https://lbry.io
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