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SpongeRob~ (bertho) wrote in news,
@ 2003-12-11 21:32:00
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Re: why were we not given notice
empyreal
2003-12-13 23:45 (link)
I'm with you on this one. Perhaps now is a good time to mention that one doesn't need an invite code for LJ anymore. *Ahem*

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Re: why were we not given notice
silverraven
2003-12-14 00:34 (link)
Yes you are right, this would be a very good time to mention that.

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Re: why were we not given notice
johnbot
2003-12-14 04:16 (link)
The problem with LJ now is that it requires those signing up to type a word in a box *exactly as it appears* into another box. Some users may find that typing in aLtErNaTiNg CaSe, r3pl4c1/\/g |_3††3r5, and adding <3 amy <3, will result in the signup process failing unexpectedly. I am sure that other users will also attempt typing their very first jernel entrie into this box as well.

Now that I think of it, why don't we have that here?

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Re: why were we not given notice
escapeintosleep
2003-12-14 05:38 (link)
ha, you are so cynical.

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Re: why were we not given notice
johnbot
2003-12-14 10:12 (link)
What, just because I'd like to thin out the population of stu--er special users? No, not at all. I would just like to be sure that they are given extra special services that match their extra special needs.

For instance, possibly, a user might enter the code word incorrectly twice, but instead of Blurty being mean and not letting them have their very own jernil, it could at that point create for them an "extra special" account (that's what we could call it in the userinfo), that they can post to as much as they want, to an account that nobody else could see. Just as they have imaginary friends, they could have an imaginary account. Perhaps an automated bot would from time to time make a comment, just so that they could continue to feel special. Everyone would win.

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Re: why were we not given notice
bobert225
2003-12-14 16:18 (link)
Time to chlorinate the gene pool, eh? :)

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Re: why were we not given notice
ism
2003-12-15 17:55 (link)
I love that idea!

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