ATTENTION: Board Updates Incoming
Hi there everyone!
For those of you that don't know me, I'm Hawkjay, one of the original "founders" of TTV, and that guy that's historically not been around. Seeing as I've rejoined the cast and crew of TTV, I've decided to put some much needed energy into restructuring the Boards to better organize them, and generally make quality of life updates to them.
Firstly, do not panic. All changes will be outlined and all new rules will be updated in both the main "Rules" board and a topic pinned to the top of each subcategory. However, this also means that there are no excuses for not knowing these updates are occuring and how they affect you.
Secondly, I'll be looking for your input, seeing as you all have been active on these boards significantly longer than I have been. Where should our efforts be focused and what kinds of organizational/rules things would you like to see in place?
As it stands, the majority of subcategories don't need a new set of rules or any changes. however they will all receive a pinned topic with a brief summary of what's expected from your conduct in that category. For most, these will be simple cut and pastes with a link back to the main rules post for the Boards as a whole, but for some these topics may get a little more in depth.
Most Importantly, the RPGs and Literature subcategories will be receiving the majority of my attention at this moment as they seem to need the most attention. This does not mean I do not want to devote attention to other forums, but they're the two that stand out to me on casual viewing, which is why I'm asking for your help.
Bear in mind that the purpose of this is to make navigating the boards an overall more pleasant experience, whilst also reducing the effort required to moderate the boards. If everyone does their part, this will go off without a hitch : D
And yes, before you all ask: Old Topics Will Be Grandfathered In. What this means, is that if you post a topic before these changes go active, you will not be penalized in any way. The only exception to this rule will be currently ongoing RPGs - and I urge those playing in the more popular RPGs to contact me privately about what that means for you if you have questions while I prepare the outline of what will be changing.