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I really wish EgoRaptor was in this list, but then, I figure he's probably gotten enough publicity. But still. I wanted to say it. EgoRaptor. Is. Awesome.
At 11/25/13 09:11 AM, TomFulp wrote: We have a plan to overhaul the voting system...
Sounds good! Especially double EXP weekends, as long as everybody really knows about them it'd be a great way for currently active users to gain some momentum on older ones.
Your vote score and review score would be one unified score, to minimize all the score complexity. You'll be able to edit your score if something improves later. Presumably, if all goes to plan, at least.
How will the vote/review scores for previous submissions be merged if/when this happens? Will review scores count as vote scores retrospectively? I'm wondering if the overall scores for old submissions will change as well it this comes into effect.
While planning all this stuff we actually start to question the favorites system for content... We've discussed converting everyone's favorites lists into Playlists under their account, and in the future they can choose to either add items to their playlists of favorites, or just vote on them to have in their voting log. Just another one of those things that could reduce complexity. We also talk about using content favorites as a way to follow the content when it has updates, but that could also work by just following the artist and it would reduce confusion in what happens when you click a pink heart, because pink hearts would only appear next to artists and not content.
What would happen to all the other favorites, IOW books, regular movies, games, etc? Having the favorite as a playlist sounds like a good idea, but I hope the Favorites section on users profiles doesn't disappear. With one undeletable playlist for favorites (like on YT I guess?), it could be showcased via the favorites tab in addition to/instead of the playlists block. Or would the playlists tab be merged with the favorites tab? Speaking of feature additions, it'd be great to be able to sort playlists, so the older ones don't get automatically hidden from the main view if you add a new.
Would be cool to see which playlists one of your submissions is on as well, or a list of users who have that submission in at least one playlist, like back when you could see which users favorite a specific submission.
At 11/25/13 01:06 PM, TomFulp wrote: There would still be a daily max of 10 XP but we could do double XP weekends, so people could rock out extra hard when they have more free time. Double XP on NG would mean getting to vote on twice the stuff, vs getting double the XP per vote.
I'm not going to make any fuss if the double EXP idea doesn't go to plan since I think what we have now is as good as it is but if this goes ahead would it be possible to have double EXP for Friday-Sunday? Perhaps that's what you had in mind but incase you haven't, I would like it this way since it would mean earning 100 EXP a week and I always like numbers rounding off nicely like that.
Pardon the OCD bullshit with numbers but that's how I like my figures.
At 12/3/13 08:15 AM, spacegod105 wrote: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/628231
I couldn't help it but to look on your profile, thanks for the whistle points
It's impossible to use the bathroom in Denton's house, as not even his toilet paper takes shit from anyone.
No Fap November!
At 11/24/13 05:42 PM, NewShape wrote:At 11/24/13 01:11 PM, Abracadabra123 wrote: I stop watching movies / playing games since you removed how big a movie / game is.20mbs? Do you live in Somalia lol?
If I watch all movies or playing games, my internet bill would be high.
My limit's 100 mbs per day. If I keep watching videos and playing games, I would pay $100/month for internet bill.
I once watched a video over 200 megs on Newgrounds. Flash is more smaller than mp4.
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