|07-04-2009, 11:26 PM||#1|
Task 5 / Full Details & Rules / PLEASE READ
N.B. There are no team leaders for this task.
If you fail to fully complete the task, or give me the required pieces (logo and speech) by the deadline, then you will automatically face the subsequent elimination.
|08-04-2009, 12:02 AM||#2|
M C F L Y <3
Ok, let's get going!
Considering there are only 2 of us, it's gonna be easier to split what everyone is doing up
So do you want to do the graphics? Yanno, I would love to do them, obvs, but if you want to do some, we could split it ?
Things we need are -
- 5 policies
Got any ideas for the policies? :3
|09-04-2009, 06:26 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jul 2008
X Factor 2009: John & Edward
Total Awards: 3
This is Big Brother… it’s pretty FETCH isn’t it? It’s a wonderful haven for us all to talk about certain things which may not even be related to Big Brother, but it does lackin certain areas – areas which could easily be improved. Team Fetch’s policies would not only help the TiBB community, in the event that we become moderators, but enable outsiders to join, as well.
Moderation a bit slack on TiBB? We thought so. Team Fetch’s first policy is to rearrange the number of active moderators and assign them to specific sections. For example, a busy section with high traffic such as Chat and Games would need one or two assigned moderators, rather than a section such as creative writing which provides less traffic for the site. At the moment a moderator must moniter each thread which is not only a complicated task, but could easily be improved. How… fetch!
The next aspect we would improve, in the event that we were moderators, would be to stop problems prior to their occurrence. At the moment it seems that arguments take a while to be stopped, with threads being closed possibly days after the initial argument. If you were to vote for Team Fetch this would not only improve, but make TiBB a pleasant society to be in.
As you can already see, these two policies would help TiBB to be a better moderated and friendlier place than it already is – and we all know TiBB is a nice place to be around.
Another policy by our rather FETCH team, would enforce is the removal of immature bans, namely the deletion of a post purely as it is in capital letters. If a post was in full capital letters that does not mean it should be deleted – capital letters may be necessary for the tone of the post. Therefore we would remove that ban: and if the capital letters were not overly necessary to a post, it would be then a U2U or a comment would be sent to that person to remind them of the rules, and not delete their posts. Pretty Fetch, isn’t it?
The penultimate policy is the simple but very effective ways of tackling spelling and grammar, which has become a problem on the site. Obviously it is vital to understand what a person is saying, so if moderators – such as us – would aid in this respect it would not only be beneficial for TiBB but enable everybody to understand what people are saying. This would tie in with our initial policy of assigned moderation – a moderator could use this within their task and it would not seem as daunting, as if they had every single thread moderated.
what's our last policy? i had a really one and then forgot it :P
and i'm SOO sorry i thought it was in for tommorrow, i've told my mum we're not going out until this has finished :P
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