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I like the idea of adding a new section, but eh. There already is a gaming and walkthoughs section and an off topic section, and I think pretty much everything in games and randomness could be placed in those two sections, but I guess I'll just have to wait and see. I like the new posting regulations for the staff though hopefully some new conversations will spring up after that.
Hmm... New staff...How many previous staff members do you think you will have to kick off because they don't post enough?
Oh forum games is actually more for actually post-based games, such as the story thread and future games involving writing some lines of code in a program in each post. Gaming and walkthrough is really about video/board games and strategy guides, not randomness.
The first change was made to our staff activity policies. They forced every full-time staff to post at least once a day on the forums whenever the site averaged under 3000 posts a month. Above 3000, the requirement was three times lower. Now, the requirement will be closer to what Omnimaga had when I ran it: 10 posts a month, with the difference being that the gap between each post cannot be larger than 2 weeks. This allowed us to perform the second change: The part-time staff usergroup has been merged back into the regular staff usergroup, so as a result, both @Streetwalrus and @Duke "Tape" Eiyeron have reintegrated our full-time staff team and this also means it will finally be possible to add new staff!
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on September 28, 2015, 02:18:39 amOh forum games is actually more for actually post-based games, such as the story thread and future games involving writing some lines of code in a program in each post. Gaming and walkthrough is really about video/board games and strategy guides, not randomness.Ooooh you should copy your 4 word story thread and make a line at a time programming thread where each person adds a new line, making(admittedly) a very odd, but nice program. Doesn't have to be a game.
For the program thread I was thinking more about allowing people to add lines anywhere in the program, not just the last. That way people have more freedom (although it might be abused, which is why I might disallow the usage of If blocks and Lbl/Goto commands intended to make specific code permanently unreachable)
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