Tagged With "members"

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Rebuttal to appealed Niche

mrgoodsett ·
Is there any way to submit a rebuttal to a Niche idea which has been appealed by another Narrative member? The Niche is under review by the Tribunal currently.
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A welcome thread for new members

Bitsurfer7 ·
Hey Guys, to get started here i think we should all know each other a bit better. So i’m starting, my name is Manuel. My crypto pseudo name is always Bitsurfer. I love to creating new content and share it to others for free. I’m an active member of bitcointalk, reddit, discord, telegram, facebook and twitter. I just changed my personal instagram account to a site where i review ICO’s and share use of crypto in the real world. We all should spread the word for $NRV So let’s start folks
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Vote for free nerve listing on new exchange

arajpoot ·
I voted for free listing of nerve on new exchange launching this month. Need everyone's support to have it listed there. Become a member to vote, and also enjoy free trading for a year. https://aiodex.com
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A Few Tips for New Members starting in Alpha

Emily Barnett ·
Since we just opened up a new round I thought it would be prudent to make a few suggestions for people just starting out. Hopefully they have signed up here as well. If Not, well... Tip #1 Join The community page, as well as Alpha. They are separate but equally important. Right now we cannot follow people in alpha, only niches. But you can follow people on their community profile page. Community posts and dialog are a great way to start to get to know people, and let others see your...
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Rate of opening up new rounds on Alpha!

Emily Barnett ·
Anybody else noticing how exponential we are opening up new rounds of 500 members to Alpha these days? A month ago it was taking about 10 days now we are getting closer to 4-5 days before we reach 500. This is so great, and very exciting. Niches are getting approved much faster because we are usually reaching quorum in the three days set aside for voting. Good work everyone who is spreading the word about Narrative!
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NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *OWNERS/MODERATORS INTRODUCE YOUR NICHES*

mrgoodsett ·
All owners and moderators are welcome to introduce your niche in the NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION on launch day. With over 3,000 approved niches, make sure new members can find yours with an intro in the NNMS.
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NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *MODERATORS*

mrgoodsett ·
Throw your name in the Narrative New Member Section niche moderator pool. We need very patient moderators to deal with all the new question new members will be asking. You will be one of the first Narrators new members will meet. Check us out in the NARRATiVE NEW MEMBER SECTION niche pool.
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Reduce Voting Weight of Certification to 10% as per whitepaper

freedom ·
This proposal is to reduce the current impact of certification to 10 from 30. The highest rep achievable without certification is 39, and the voting weight that goes with it is 0.04. That means 5 members with the highest possible rep would outweigh 15 members with the highest possible rep without certification. Per @deniswallez With $15 and a positive conduct, you already have a reputation of 40 (hence above my 33), and therefore more voting power than me, even if you never took the time to...
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Problematic post deletion - potential solution

Christina Gleason ·
Perhaps posts could be "archived" instead of "deleted" - a sort of Post Purgatory for things people want to delete but are still visible to @Narrative Network Team. This would prevent members from posting problematic content (both posts AND comments) and deleting it to avoid negative consequences. I am not a programmer, so I can only explain it in the terms of what things would look like to moderators and admin. When a member hits "delete post" or "delete comment," it does not instantly...
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Referral Programme

Debbie Meier ·
I understand the Referral Programme has now come to an end. But I do think that a new type of Referral Programme could be very beneficial to the Narrative Platform. Although I understand that the reward would no doubt need to be lower than pre-Beta, I do think that having a RP could encourage users to keep on promoting the platform and help it gain additional members. Just a simple type of recognition of those who help attract new members would probably be motivation enough. Would it be...
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What about a narrative community podcast?

JerrodBelcher ·
Have anybody thought about starting a Narrative community podcast? Where we could talk about certain post we have trending or interview our other fellow community members. Just a thought but would be fun and extra promotion to get the word out in another form. I’m willing to help whoever is interested reach out to me.
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Link to Narrative profile on the Community profile (and vice-versa)

Vico Biscotti ·
It happens that I want to switch from one profile here on the Community to the corresponding profile of the member on Narrative. But, unless I'm missing something, no such link is there, and I have to manually open Narrative, search for the member, waiting, opening the profile... I direct link to the Narrative profile would be great. I know this is an external tool, but maybe optional fields are possible. Also, the other way around would be great!
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The need for other modes of verification

Onlinedollars ·
Presently, Narrative requires a user pays $15 for the verification process to commence so that such a member can be certified. The only mode of achieving this is payment with PayPal. However, PayPal payments had been used by most people here to get certified but there are people in locations where PayPal payments are not supported who intends to join the community. Such members of Narrative will lose the ability to get certified and also lose the opportunity of receiving the 30% reputation...
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Member Directory

Garden Gnome Publications ·
Narrative needs a member directory. I should be able to sort members by Reputation Last visited Date joined Niche owners Niche moderators Alphabetical Interests (based on niches owned, moderated, and content published) And connections to other members This would make it easy for me to find new Narrators to follow rather than rely on what shows up in my content stream. If I'm actively looking for interesting Narrators, or the most recently active, I have no way to find them except by accident...
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Re: Rate of opening up new rounds on Alpha!

Drixx Madison ·
I noticed the same thing! I came in on round 13 in Oct and we're already in round 25. So in 4.5 months at 30 days, we're signing up around 42 new people each day. But according to network stats we have 6,760 total members, which would mean each round of 25 didn't contain 500 members.
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Re: Rate of opening up new rounds on Alpha!

Emily Barnett ·
I noticed that too!! The conversion rate from signing up for the next round, to the actual unlocking of Narrative, to setting up the actual profile needs to be improved upon. Perhaps more marketing on the email reminder to build more hype that people are about to be let into the platform. Something needs to be enticing to get people to actually come to the platform once the round has opened up to them. @Melanie Mathos ??
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Re: Rate of opening up new rounds on Alpha!

Christina Gleason ·
There are people who have deleted their accounts, as well. I doubt that explains the total number of members unaccounted for, but it would explain part of it.
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Re: Rate of opening up new rounds on Alpha!

Melanie Mathos ·
We are pretty pleased with the amount of people who have signed up in these early days-it takes a lot of vision and a touch of early adopteritis to help build something. (As you know!) We've taken this opportunity during the Alpha period to strategically test out some marketing channels in preparation for our beta launch. We've been able to prove and improve upon our Cost Per Acquisition, which has been great. When we launched the Claim Your Spot campaign, we committed to email smartly and...
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Re: NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *OWNERS/MODERATORS INTRODUCE YOUR NICHES*

Emily Barnett ·
Hey @mrgoodsett good to see your face! (as opposed to the arm). Thanks for pointing this out. I will add this tag to some of my niche intros.
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Re: NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *OWNERS/MODERATORS INTRODUCE YOUR NICHES*

mrgoodsett ·
LOL>>>Thanks @Emily Barnett , looking forward to seeing your Niches. Hard to believe it has been over a year since joining. GET READY FOR THE RIDE!!!
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Re: NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *OWNERS/MODERATORS INTRODUCE YOUR NICHES*

Malkazoid ·
Welcome back! Your sense of timing is impeccable - tomorrow should be interesting!
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Re: NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *MODERATORS*

Ledeir ·
Looks like there are three of us who've been nominated so far. Its definitely an important niche!
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Re: NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *OWNERS/MODERATORS INTRODUCE YOUR NICHES*

mrgoodsett ·
@Malkazoid Thanks, boss. I started a new business in the summer which keeps me very busy. Good luck with all.
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Re: NARRATIVE NEW MEMBER SECTION *OWNERS/MODERATORS INTRODUCE YOUR NICHES*

Malkazoid ·
Cool - I hope it is going well!
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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: What about a narrative community podcast?

New Social Media ·
Great idea!
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Re: What about a narrative community podcast?

JerrodBelcher ·
I’m ready when y’all are
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Re: What about a narrative community podcast?

Garden Gnome Publications ·
Excellent idea. Do you have a format in mind? A platform? Do you just want to do interviews, or discuss trends and other items of interest to the community? I'm wondering if the Narrative community is large enough to support a podcast at this time, but I think it's a rad idea.
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Re: What about a narrative community podcast?

JerrodBelcher ·
Yes I have ideas and formats we can try and use. I have a music Mix show and would love to get different topics and interviews not just on music. www.spreaker.com/djbme and www.anchor.fm/djbme
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Re: What about a narrative community podcast?

Malkazoid ·
Nice one! I think this could be really fun too
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Re: What about a narrative community podcast?

Garden Gnome Publications ·
If you already have a show, why not just go ahead and start doing interviews, incorporate it into what you're already doing?
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Re: What about a narrative community podcast?

Willem Van Zyl ·
I really like this idea, but maybe as a standalone podcast, not part of an existing one? A platform like spreaker.com would make this fairly easy to do. There could be interviews with popular Narrators, discussions of Narrative news, discussions around currently popular posts, and maybe a weekly niche focus (possibly tying in with the interview for the week).
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Re: Rebuttal to appealed Niche

Brian Lenz ·
Hi @mrgoodsett , There currently isn't any way to submit a rebuttal to an appeal, but you're free to share any thoughts you have here on the community. You can be assured the Tribunal will do its best to consider all angles in terms of niche validity regardless. Thanks, Brian
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Re: Rebuttal to appealed Niche

mrgoodsett ·
Thanks again @Brian Lenz , useful info as always.
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Re: Rebuttal to appealed Niche

Brian Lenz ·
You're welcome!
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Teddy ·
I am a minister, a counselor and a mentor. I have a wonderful wife and three children. I spend a lot of time with people and counsel them during their sorrows in life and give them trust and hope. I am not perfect -like every person I have battles to win. I was invited by a friend through Facebook to join NARRATIVE! Like most people, I was a bit skeptical about this “new” offer, since new offers appear every day in the internet world. What I found was an interesting concept, but to be honest...
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Malkazoid ·
Hi @Teddy - great to have you with us!
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Jatin Kumar Hota ·
Hello @Teddy . Wow you wrote quite a introduction. I am very glad to have you here. Welcome on board. I am looking forward to read our awesome posts and sharing a good friendship with you.
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

MOLLY O ·
@Teddy . Now you have been officially introduced to the Community. Thanks for the detailed introduction. Let us know if you have any questions!
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

David Dreezer ·
Welcome new people! Come introduce yourselves!
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

David Dreezer ·
@Debonair @aldin vheron 21 welcome!
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Billy ·
You seem like a busy crypto guy, lol. Ok, everyone, call me Bill. I do EN-ID game translation/ localization. I'm on Fb, Twitter, Instagram, Medium. EAP is my fave author.
 
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