Kariudo wrote:It's possible with the flash bbcode, because it's one of the two (possibly three) bbcode tags that can have group and forum permissions set for it (ie. Moderators can use it in sections X, Y, and Z)
Maybe it's just me, but I don't think this would really help keep the conversation over here as opposed to over on the youtube video. Allowing youtube embeds would only be marginally more convenient (one tab instead of flipping between two). I'm inclined to think that the people who would actually discuss chez's amviews would do so on the thread here anyways, and that allowing embeds wouldn't really entice new people into discussing.
Can anyone else chime in on this?
CodeZTM wrote:That being said, the onslaught of newcomers and the announcement threads having just YouTube links and no catalog entries would be painful to moderate. BUT it might also being in some new blood if the difficult upload process could be skipped.
Then again, it would suck to announce a video and have it taken down the very next day and having YouTube as the only viewable option.
Overall, there are definite benefits to it, but also a lot headaches as well. It's something that the administration would have to be willing to dedicate time to coding, as well as the current mod staff in keeping it's execution correct.
gote wrote:So not only would it keep Org members like me who only have little comments to post here and thereby increasing the thread size and activity, the activity and the presence of all those little meaningless "cool" comments being said here instead of youtube would make lurkers more welcome to post comments of the same, and that first post, no matter how shallow it may be, is the hardest barrier to break on new forums in my experience. after that it's way easier and less awkward to post and bada bing bada BOOM, WE GOTTA NEW MEMBAH!
gote wrote:especially given the slight youtube stigma this community still boasts
Additionally, if it's going to be a somewhat long-running thing *cough*IC4*cough*, we (read: I) might be able to modify individual user permissions so that an embed request only needs to be done once.gote wrote:i get what nya said about it after my first post though, so maybe a form of embed requesting can be done.
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