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anonymousAmazing feature @racker. @Tommy is great, and came up with the idea for this site. Props to him, but his best move was somehow convincing the devs on the team to jump on board. These guys are constantly taking things to a new level . @Murat#feedback.
@ayeyouYeah that was pretty obvious. Good job sniffing him out though. They have so many temporary email and IP sites now it must be a nightmare to try and stay on top of that type shenanigans. Nice work @murat.
@FunJoeFor those of you who know @ZipperHead / @MarkITorpedo I have been told he is bad news for the junior mining industry. Glad that @murat has shut him down. He hijacked this board with his need to bring #tk down because he is no longer on the advisory committee. I wonder why.
@EvenPrimeI know :) Cant wait! But it'll take time to switch it over. I also am implementing a login feature so u login in, choose your picks, and it automatically verifies them and away you go. That way I dont have to do shit next year, just launch and boom! Working with @murat on a way to link the names
@murat@MiningBookGuy yeah i think everything will make more sense when we have community moderation in place. people will create slightly different subcultures in different channels. impossible to please everyone in #index.
@MiningBookGuyallan - thumbs-up are NOT community-moderation tools.
With that said, you've got to admit that 53 thumbs-up (and counting) is not exactly a 'small group of elite users': https://ceo.ca/popular?7d785c3f252d
if you think the 'elites' have hacked CEO.CA to give thumbs-up against you, then you're at least as delusional as the people you rip on for saying the gold price is always manipulated down.
as @murat said, CEO.CA is working on some 'real' community-moderation tools. i look forward to it!
@TheGalvanizerWhile we are talking about the site quality etc etc. I would urge all those that have not considered the Pro subscription to check out @Murat's demo - dynamic market depth is amazing and the cost over the course of the year should easily be recouped with a successful trade. Also, supporting @tommy and the developer team is the most likely way you will see this site evolve in a positive way. Not that @tommy wont continue to invest in it regardless but as users I think we should all consider the benefits we have enjoyed and give a little back :)
Link below because I'm lazy (thx @murat)
@anomalloy@Allan, you've got some intelligent insights, like "It would be nice if folks took their votes a little more seriously and voted for what is best for the people not just vote based on their party affiliation", and your stock info. Worth hearing, imho. But maybe the way to settle this dispute with @murat et al about moderation and index usage is to open your own channel and then we can all follow you there in any unmoderated, schoolhouse brawl manner that you choose.
@murat@Allan to quote you: "I know that there are a bunch that don't like me, and I'm okay with that, I'm not for everybody. But the ones that do like me are the ones I care about. I have my own audience through my reports and they like my stuff which is what really matters to me."
sounds like all you ever wanted is your own public channel with your own audience? :P
@muratmain reason i keep pushing for channels is, i would love to have lots of different communities buzzing, instead of having only one, called index, where everyone fights over how they want things to be