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RE: The Toxicity of HIVE

in OCD2 months ago

I think it's a common misconception that Hive has rules, people who make the rules, and that there are people in charge. Hive does not have rules. You can do what you want and I can what I want without getting banned from the platform. I think there is a huge difference between actions having consequences and rules being enforced.

I'm glad you to see you call bullshit on those thinking with their dicks and I 100% agree with you. I actually agree with you so much on this that I got banned from the GEMS community for voicing my opinion.

PS: I heard you're the guy to talk to about obtaining some crack?! ;)

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I did see the argument you had on the GEMS forum; there have been things said about these generic communities that give out big votes before if you use their tags. I personally wish the tags would disappear, and those big curation groups could maybe target some of the major focused communities. I still like the idea of communities but it needs to develop more.

I see GEMS all the time in the #introducemyself area, how do they know about GEMS, OCD, BDVOTER if the are real new people? I ignore them if they use those tags, I'm after real newbies that have not been pre-primed about how to get big votes.

crack? never heard of it.. that's' some other guy ;)

I still like the idea of communities but it needs to develop more.

What does further development of communities look like to you?

how do they know about GEMS, OCD, BDVOTER if the are real new people?

You bring up a very good point that I have not thought about before, but then I also wonder how do they find the #introducemyself tag in the first place? I think it would be a good idea to advertise that tag during the signup process.

but then I also wonder how do they find the #introducemyself tag in the first place?

I did an intro post over 2 years ago, but I had done around 6 other posts by then. It was something I picked up on.