lol that’s why I posted in the leader q and a topic
10/10 meme review
I was trying to help
lol im so confused but having so much fun at there same time
And it’s appreciated I’m assuming
From what I’ve heard on my experience, live streams are not aloud due to the inability to edit out any personal information. Btw, my thing is not a live stream.
we’ve only begun to allow youtube videos very recently, so that would be unprecedented territory!
if you think about how we incorporate youtube videos now, they have to be reviewed before they are posted to make sure comments are disabled, the video is appropriate, etc. although you can disable the chat on a livestream, the person recording it is still live. it would be near-impossible for THT to review something like that before users gain access, because it all happens while users are watching it. there would be no way to prevent PI or IC if the person in the video were to say something on accident or on purpose.
so I’d safely assume no? simply because it would be impossible for us to moderate, similar to why CoF to sites with chats is not allowed.
@LR10123 I think the like limit is something implemented by discourse, the software that hosts the forum. I’m not sure what it’s intended function is by discourse, but I like to think of it as incentive to spend your likes on stuff you really like - or to be more active so you can gain trust badges and get more likes!
Ok cool! Good to know.
Nice, well written
thank you it’s our job
ok so yes?
Yes—if you put in a request to delete the account.
Yep! All good
If I were to create a topic for the sole purpose of updating my Hopscotch followers about projects and receiving critiques and advice for my Hopscotch projects, would that be allowed, and in which topic category would I place it under?
I would say to put it in the GPUT unless it’s like a beta testing topic as well in which case I think it would go in collabs request and competitions or debug my code since it is a beta testing topic (though idk about either of those)
Similar to what Nobody the user said, either using the GPUT or a beta testing topic is the best option. Having these kinds of updating topics might clog the forum in large quantities (allowing one person means more people will do it).
At least with a beta testing topic, there is some privacy and only the people you choose to tag will see it. If you want a more general audience, use the GPUT.
In your situation, a beta testing topic seems like the best fit, but that is 100% up to you
Is the beta testing topic reserved for Hopscotch beta testers? Or can non-beta testers create topics in there as well?
What they mean is you can either post your updates on the GPUT or create a beta testing topic
It’s reserved for whoever you tag there. It’s unlisted so the general forum can’t see it. What I did was create a poll and let people vote if they wanted in. Then I created the topic and tagged them there. Then the topic was unlisted.
Idk what you mean by this