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interesting, thx for the inside!

24.11.2019 09:27
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This is vey good

24.11.2019 13:56
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Great post @wehmoen, useful information for anyone hoping to make a community.

24.11.2019 09:35
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WOW cannot wait to create the #challengedac community!

24.11.2019 09:40
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We've been working on our interface recently

25.11.2019 10:34
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Yeah i am excited!

Im hoping and expecting steempeak will allow communities and Tribes to integrate nicely right? :D I feel steempeak can be the grand unifier.

I was going to ask @steempleb @wehmoen about if we can do NSFW posts as the "private" posts, im thinking of a responsible NSFW community where all NSFW content must be private and only visible to approved members who undergo age verification (one of the many ways i was thinking of was have codes issued at bars and 7/11s where they do the ID check lol :D ) But i have other community based age verification,including proof of social media posts and images from the past lol, i have posts from before 18 years ago, proving i must be over 18 and was already using internet, :D i know there's fun ways to think of age verification with KYC

30.11.2019 04:34
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24.11.2019 09:41
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Very intresting .

24.11.2019 09:44
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Well this is going to be a popular post! i love that we can use any name, and the hashtags decide the community or "hive" oh yeah let the BEE analogies begin!

BEE MEMES lets GOOOO

His HAT says STFH that means ALL TIME FUCKIN HIGH, the price of steem soon when people realize how cheap it really is after free accounts start coming online.

24.11.2019 09:49
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So if you can not code, what are the options of setting up a community?

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24.11.2019 10:04
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24.11.2019 11:59
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fantastic news, music to my ears

24.11.2019 17:55
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I'm sorry, I can't resist... learn to code!

You know I'm only joking (and I got a PhD for coding in C++ but there's no way I'll be using this before it has a nice web interface!).

24.11.2019 13:14
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ah man, If I didn't work full time, and be a full-time mum at the same time, then I could find the time. I would love to learn to code

24.11.2019 17:54
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@paulag I know nothing about coding and have created two Communities . Feathered Friends and Shadow Hunters. It was easy and the site is quite intuitive.

24.11.2019 19:49
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really, already, how hot are you. So is it ready for anyone to set up a community because I am so eagerly waiting

24.11.2019 20:40
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I felt honored to be invited into the beta site! It has been really interesting to see it coming together. I can't wait for it to go live!

24.11.2019 21:32
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that's soooooooooooo exciting. You will have to be my go-to person when it goes live, expect incoming questions

24.11.2019 23:25
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I think if you have questions it will mean they did it wrong! It should all be 'piece of cake' simple!

24.11.2019 23:51
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well when you put it that way, my expectations have been set high.

25.11.2019 11:36
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@wehmoen, Thank you for letting us know about the Community Features brother. Keep up the Knowledge Transfer and effective work. Stay blessed.

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24.11.2019 12:41
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I'm really looking forward to getting my hands on this!

24.11.2019 13:13
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24.11.2019 14:26
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Nice

24.11.2019 14:23
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I've got a problem with the naming conventions (1,2,3) for community types (open, closed, private). It creates a conflict where changes in these types will result in the creation of a new community/account altogether.

For example: if you'd like to change your open community to closed after creation, you will need to create a new one, even if it has thousands of active subscribers.

If there is no other way for whatever reason (instead of e.g. using the account metadata), then I could accept it, however, it is a nuisance.

Would be interested to hear some thoughts on this from @roadscape.

24.11.2019 17:30
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24.11.2019 20:30
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Both options should be possible.

Integrating into "setProps" will need a little more logic to implement, since the op is also available to mods. It'll be a matter of adding a check for permissions, but it's not complicated.

A custom JSON op like "setType" would need even less changes to current logic to implement.

My thoughts were that maybe it's more an issue of making a community "immutable" in that current members who like it the way it is still get to keep it, while a new one can always be created for a new purpose.

24.11.2019 22:53
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25.11.2019 09:36
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@therealwolf / @wehmoen - membership structure is a fundamental property of a community, switching between different types at will creates a lot of backend and frontend edge cases. Trying to keep the protocol as simple as possible, particularly for first version. Let's collect data first :)

25.11.2019 17:40
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Looking good! Love the work you are putting into this @wehmeon.

24.11.2019 18:33
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This is great news to hear. I will try to create mine

24.11.2019 18:34
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Hi @wehmoen, glad to know 3speak is already working on integrating communities :)

24.11.2019 22:28
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I wish that steemit have a app thru gplay and app store

24.11.2019 23:09
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Very good friends steem projeck actitify

25.11.2019 01:57
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Interesting

25.11.2019 04:01
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Why is it hard for me to understand this kind of article!

25.11.2019 05:16
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25.11.2019 09:35
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!trdo

25.11.2019 05:54
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A useful feature...but we must be carrefuly that even in close community everyone can see posts.

25.11.2019 06:29
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Couldn't understand the code or technicalities but those screenshots excite me. :')

Looking forward to the life interface for creating communities!

25.11.2019 10:27
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25.11.2019 16:29
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Very useful information for creating community.Still i am facing problem about it.Is there any video for better understand?

25.11.2019 18:25
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Oh wow, this is neat!

25.11.2019 23:29
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Technical article that I don’t get it 🤷🏻‍♀️

26.11.2019 14:48
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I like this post, this helps to increase our community in steemit. Thank very much for the opportunity

26.11.2019 18:50
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26.11.2019 22:09
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Can someone PLEASE let me start a test one .. I cannot wait!

27.11.2019 08:13
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Thanks for the post.

28.11.2019 00:58
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