I didn’t set out specifically with the intention of earning that badge, but once I got far enough into the 365 days by pure chance, I made it a point to come every day. I actually thought I missed out on a day just days before reaching 365, though.
Well, well, well. Who thought this topic would keep coming back to life like Gong Yoo’s character in Goblin?
Thanks to the ten Viki-ites who helped me earn “Nice Topic” five days ago when I posted “Pinch Me, I’m Dreaming.”
It’s kind of cute, like a little brown stylized soot demon from My Neighbor, Totoro.
If it gives me the ability to order imaginary sushi from Tokyo and have it air-shipped on the back of a white dragon on a bed of snow taken from Mt. Fuji, then it is probably the most valuable badge I have received.
P.S. I just read in an online article from the Guardian newspaper website that Giphy is losing popularity and is terribly Boomer and Gen X and Millennial.
I think the wording of the poll is confusing. It makes it seem as if we are interested only in changes that happen to Discussions, and not to the whole of Viki. While in reality changes to how the Discussions section works is the least of our concerns and of Viki’s concerns: they rarely make (small) changes to it.
So I don’t think that’s what you meant!
If I am right, you might want to change it to something more or less like this:
“Should Viki include a poll (hosted in Discussions), for users to vote on planned changes to the platform?”
I love this!
I would glady cast my vote on such a poll. I’ll leave it to you, or anyone, more vested, and invested in the volunteer community to post a newly open topic, in a newly created (poll) thread! I am sure there’ll be tweaks, and a little, or lot more flesh added, to cover more issues that needs to be addressed.
Νow you made me curious. About what were those changes. The only thing I noticed is some automatic comments such as “this is the first time X posted, let’s welcome them” or “it’s been a long time since X posted”.