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Devac  ·  231 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Welcome to Hubski

Assuming that nobody will promote you, it depends on how popular (shared) are your comments. To my knowledge, the detailed workings of the algorithm were never disclosed. If you want a semi-reliable guesstimate based on your current comment history and my own attempts at reverse-engineering the algorithm: 55-80 days. I'm not on the dev team, though.

Out of curiosity: what would you like to post?




bahadirarici  ·  231 days ago  ·  link  ·  

i am the founder of this new movement: inviters.org

that is way too many days. would you mind sharing it for me with the community so we all can discuss this?

kantos  ·  231 days ago  ·  link  ·  

You're more than welcome to share here. Personally, I'm not that interested after googling what that domain offers.

The system is in place to divert non-sentient users from flooding the site with ads and spam. So long as your intent to stay awhile is evident, the matter of time is a non-factor. In other words, if you're invested in being here for your own being here, then I guarantee you'll be allowed to post in a much shorter time.

bahadirarici  ·  231 days ago  ·  link  ·  

there is this problem tho, my ideas can be, umm, unpopular at first glance to some people. I assume, common way of thinking with a good prasing would get the most "share" and revolutionary thinking only get likes from people who already thinks that way or very open-minded which is rather a smaller part of the group regardless how good the community is. so, the "quality" thing is relative.

Devac  ·  230 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Stay around. Look what the site has to offer. Join in on discussions. kantos is correct in that you'll likely get to post much earlier (hopefully not by sheer volume), but it comes with a caveat of not seeing this place solely as a promotion platform for your movement-to-be. Or, to put it in other words: we are inviting you to join our society.

Sharing isn't about agreeing, but more about finding a point as interesting. At least that's a rule for me, and it seems it strikes true with many others. Look around comments from users like kantos, kleinbl00, rd95 or veen (top of my head): surprisingly often I don't even agree with their points, but it ends up entertaining or citing an interesting article. Or making me think about something from an entirely different angle. That's why I want to share it with others.

- Tip about website design: Don't put goals after something like "Before reading further one must declare zirself as an inviter." I read those, but that's because I scarcely agree to anything without due research. Plus it's one of those honour-based safety guards, not unlike "are you 18?" gatekeeper.

- Tip about website architecture: If you don't need it (and it doesn't look like you do), uninstall Wordpress. Seriously, it's at best a nuisance to work around and a security risk at worst.

bahadirarici  ·  230 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Thank you for your time and efford.

I agree with your critisizm there. I think in my position i should be open with my belief to anyone who wants to read more. MY aim was pushing people to focus on the ideology rather than the belief part if they are not on the same page but i should be open and still can ask them to focus on the ideology. So you are right, i ll delete that line.

I dont know the website architecture. I like thge design and a friend made it for me. I ll keep it this way and might change it when it gets bigger.

Thanks again for the respond.

bahadirarici  ·  231 days ago  ·  link  ·  

i really liked what this website stands for and i think i like the community too. way better than the offensive assholes in void. and i find reddit guys a bit shallow or more into deepweb than the actual site. so i ll be around here. i hope i ll get the chance to share my ideas in a post too.

kantos  ·  231 days ago  ·  link  ·  
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