DISCUSSION: Best way to handle Community Curators program requirements (starting 1st of May)steemCreated with Sketch.

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Share your feedback with me. I read all comments and I will absolutely appreciate it.

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INTRODUCTION

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Many of you are already aware, that Project HOPE is trying to be FULLY NEUTRAL within recent conflict between Justin vs old witnesses. Our goal is to support group of content creators collaborating with us, regardless if their activity is mostly focused on steem or hive blockchain. Or both.

Several days ago, we've applied to become one of Steemit Inc. (STINC) Community Curators. Our efforts has been noticed and PH will receive some solid support, which will in return allow us to grow even futher.

Starting on 1st of May we will have an access (posting key) to account, which will be topped up with 200k STEEM POWER. This account will be used to support interesting posts published WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY.

INITIAL REQUIREMENTS

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There isn't that many strict rules and requirements which we will have to follow, however there is one and I would like to mention at this stage:

We are looking for curators to vote for as wide a range of accounts as possible, rewarding quality posts, particularly those that are not cross-posted on other platforms.

That's a tough one, right? In other words, STINC is asking to use those 200k SP to upvote only content which haven't been published elsewhere (we can clearly assume, that they mean HIVE chain).

I actually fully understand that and I think many of us could see it coming. We may all expect that both platforms will do their best to ensure, that its content is not cross-posted between them. Luckily STINC decided to "reward" authors for their "loyalty" instead of punishing with downvotes. I strongly believe, that encouragement always works better in comparisson to punishment.

Those who are interested in learning more, please visit this publication: 100 DAYS OF STEEM : Day 21 - Community Curators for May 2020.
Have a look at an interesting discussion I had with a few users (regarding this topic).

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THAT REQUIREMENT

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Either way, I have few days to organize it and obviously I've so many concerns and question marks. Reality is, that verifying every publication before I could upvote it - just to ensure, that it have not been posted previously on other platforms - it can be very troublesome and time consuming.

I would like to hear your view and thoughts on this particular issue. Perhaps your ideas would help me to come up with a reasonable process.

MY OWN SUGGESTION

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I've discussed this topic with few of you already via Discord / telegram. And so far the suggested solution is as followed:

You (as an author) would have to be our "first filter". Obviously I need to assume, that we will all play fair and in my opinion - I have all reasons to believe that I can trust you.

So, let's say that you (as an author) would initially post your publication on STEEM blockchain only. In that case share link to your post on our discord server. You will find "STEEM-only" group.

Wait a few days to receive decent upvote and within this time - ensure not to re-post your article on any other platforms. Obviously if you will cross-post into facebook, linkedin, hive, twitter etc. few days later, then I will not be stopping you from doing it. After all each one of you would be the author and owner of created content and I'm in no position to stop you from cross-posting (with delay) it to other sites.

WHAT I NEED TO ENSURE, is that this content isn't cross-posted INTO steem blockchain. That is a "request" made by STINC (Steemit Inc) and I think it's very fair request. Rewarding content creators with extra upvotes instead of punishing them with downvotes is definetly a better way to encourage users activity.

IMPORTANT:

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All those articles shared on our DISCORD (within "steem-only" group) will be viewed by a representative from project.hope core team. He will do it on the 4-5th day since the publication took place and upvote it with this additional maximum 200k SP.
Why just 4-5th day you may ask? Let me explain ....

Strength of received upvote will depend on 2 things:

  • we will check if author is replying to received comments (I believe it is crutial to ensure, that all authors engage back with their audience and followers).
  • we will also check if author is engaging with others in comment section (we promote those, who participate in our community growth; We focus on those who not only create content, but also invest their own time into reading other users publications and sharing their thoughts, dropping some valuable comments)

How does it sound? Am I making sense?
Share you thoughts. I read all comments.

Yours,
Project HOPE founder,
@crypto.piotr

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 5 months ago 

Hi Piotr,

I think your proposition is quite good. I see only one problem in it. You will have 10 or more upvotes per day to give but I don't think that there will be so many steem only posts available within the community.
I don't know how many people read this post here but I think not everybody from the community will see it and many won't know about this if they are not in discord.

I think it would be good for the authors that plan to write a post for steem only, that they write a link at the end of the post. Something like This is a project-hope steem only post. Check out what this means. This link would lead to a post, that has to be written (I could do that) where it is explained what this "steem only" is.

Like that when reading a post, people would see it and go to the link and learn why they should produce posts for steem only. I believe that you need at least 10 posts a day to be able to use the maximum of the account.

Another point would be that on this explanatory post, there is an explanation why people should comment and upvote the steem only posts. You could maybe dedicate 1 vote per day in 20 5% upvotes for good comments on these posts. People could also learn that it is a good idea to upvote these posts since after 4-5 days they will get a powerful upvote and there would be interesting curation rewards.

Like that I believe that a lot of people would be interested in producing steem only posts for at thes least the duration of this curation program.

What do you think?

Best regards,
Achim

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 5 months ago 

It is always a real pleasure for me to read your publications.
You are so intelligent!

Your proposals are always great and you have full knowledge of how Project Hope works.

Here you made us two great approaches:

  • Place a phrase and a link at the end of each publication.
    Brilliant! This would indicate to us as curators, which would be the publications that want to opt for the upvote. Perhaps the posted link could point to this same Piotr post.

  • Give encouragement to valuable comments. These stimuli could be given with any of our other accounts.

I would like to make the clarification that, since the curation process will begin on 05-01-2020, then the publications that were made 4-5 days ago, would be the first to be curated with the new delegation.

What do you think @achim03? (cc: @crypto.piotr.)

 5 months ago 

Thanks a lot for your reply and the compliment ;-).

I think it would be definitely easier for curators to place the upvotes if there was a link at the end of the post and it would probably encourage people to write such posts.

Give encouragement to valuable comments. These stimuli could be given with any of our other accounts.

I think that this is something that we should plan to do more in depth in the long term. There are a lot of communities that all speak about "let's comment and interact". It would be great to have a tool in project.hope that would support the commenters!

It could be an account that just upvotes comments but it should be powerful enough so that the loss because of the reward curve is not too big. There could be even a curation trail -> project.hope the community where you might get powerful upvotes for your comments! That doesn't sound too bad ;-)

 5 months ago 

Wow, man!
You have many valuable ideas.

It could be an account that just upvotes comments but it should be powerful enough so that the loss because of the reward curve is not too big.

There is a downside to voting comments.
I don't know the equation, but I'm sure you do.

This should be thoroughly studied to incorporate it into the project economy.

 5 months ago 

Hi @juanmolina

Your proposals are always great and you have full knowledge of how Project Hope works.

I'm not sure if you're aware, but I even got to know achim03 personally during my trip to switzerland. And we've discussed idea behind project.hope many times since then :)

Cheers, Piotr

 5 months ago 

Yes, you told me that you had personally met achim03. I imagine he must be a great person too.

Cheers.

You could maybe dedicate 1 vote per day in 20 5% upvotes for good comments on these posts.

Nice shot there @Achim03. We must encourage engagement in every good way possible.

Thank you for your suggestions @achim03 :)

Comment upvoted

 5 months ago 

To my Project Hope's Brothers:

We are starting a new stage in our project, we must see it this way.
We must interpret this delegation by STINC, as a "First Recognition" for all our time and effort invested in growing our community. Therefore, depending on our performance, we may continue to opt for new growth opportunities.

As explained by Piotr, we have a simple request from Steemit.inc:
"That the curated publications not be published in another chain."

So let's just make this effort for a month. It would be as a gesture of loyalty to our beloved community.

I've always seen Project Hope as a sprawling little family. We support each other.
As is well known to all of us, we have always valued the contribution we make with the comments.

"A valuable comment can complement a publication and is the clear demonstration that we really read and cared about the efforts of our colleagues."

So the formula is clear:

  1. Posts made in Project Hope during the month of May should not be placed in another chain at least before the sixth day after they have been published in our front-end of steemit.

  2. We must continue to show support to our friends, project partners, with the exchange of valuable comments.

This is not an imposition on us. It is just a suggestion. It will be up to us to adopt it.

If you have any suggestion, that can make this process more efficient, please share it with us.

Your Friend, Juan.

 5 months ago 

We must continue to show support to our friends, project partners, with the exchange of valuable comments.

I think you are totally right about this. We shouldn't forget that this curation account is probably for a limited time only and in the long term we depend on all the people who make this community so great.

I think that we can propose an added value for everybody with this curation account. Authors can get bigger rewards, curators better curation rewards and investors bigger returns if we use this curation account carefully.

 5 months ago 

Dear @juanmolina

Appreciate your comment. Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Indeed we are starting new stage with PH and I'm glad to know that we're doing it together :)

Cheers
Piotr

I believe this is totally understandable from STINC initiative and @project.hope is right to stay neutral in this "fight" between HIVE and STEEM.

I also believe waiting 4-5 days to upvote with the STINC delegation is a good thing as it will encourage authors to engage with their followers and also curators could make sure the post hasn't been posted on "you know where".

Overall I stand by all these points and I believe this is a good idea.

Best,

@vlemon

 5 months ago 

Im glad to hear that you see my suggested solution as a reasonable one.

Thanks for your comment @vlemon
Appreciate it, Piotr

We never asked for this fight. It is not our fight. The PH community has been and remains neutral. Our priority is to build the community and we have been successful to date. Thanks of course to the hard work of people like @crypto.piotr

I believe that the proposition by SteemInc is fair and agree it is much better to positively reward than to punish. I am happy to give it a go for some of my posts. I do use different platforms and sometimes I post to other places like Publish0x, LinkedIn etc. Steem Inc need to remember that my content does still belong to me and I have a right to publish it elsewhere if I want. I am happy to abide by the rules that you have laid out for the period but can't promise that I would post a version of a submission elsewhere in the future at some point (after the 4-5 days).

 5 months ago 

Thank you for this fabulous comment @awah

Indeed. We never asked about this fight and we need to do our best to "survive" in those difficult times.

it is much better to positively reward than to punish.

That's exactly my impression. Currently STINC generally seem to be against using downvotes and flaggs. Very different approach.

I am happy to abide by the rules that you have laid out for the period but can't promise that I would post a version of a submission elsewhere in the future at some point (after the 4-5 days).

I'm afraid I don't understand that second part of this sentence :(

Have a great weekend ahead,
Piotr

I'm afraid I don't understand that second part of this sentence :(

Sometimes I repost my content elsewhere after a few days delay (sometimes an edited version based on what I learnt from the first post). So I can't promise not to cross post my property forever, but after the 4-5 day period you suggrst would be acceptable.

Hi @awah
I think they only conflict with HIVE. If you submit your article on Twitter, Facebook and other social media. maybe they don't care much about it.

INITIAL REQUIREMENTS
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There isn't that many strict rules and requirements which we will have to follow, however there is one and I would like to mention at this stage:

We are looking for curators to vote for as wide a range of accounts as possible, rewarding quality posts, particularly those that are not cross-posted on other platforms.

That's a tough one, right? In other words, STINC is asking to use those 200k SP to upvote only content which haven't been published elsewhere (we can clearly assume, that they mean HIVE chain).

I actually fully understand that and I think many of us could see it coming. We may all expect that both platforms will do their best to ensure, that its content is not cross-posted between them. Luckily STINC decided to "reward" authors for their "loyalty" instead of punishing with downvotes. I strongly believe, that encouragement always works better in comparisson to punishment.

These requirements are very good.
I believe this. If they appreciate your efforts starting from ZERO, then the obligation of your community members is to obey and accept the statement.
For now Steemit Inc. has given you trust, use it well and appreciate their efforts (Steemit Inc.).
Thank you for discussing with us.

 5 months ago 

You should better review your use of quotes.

 5 months ago 

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic @block.token

You brought some valid points there.

That's a tough one, right? In other words, STINC is asking to use those 200k SP to upvote only content which haven't been published elsewhere (we can clearly assume, that they mean HIVE chain).

That's correct. And again - at least instead of being punished with downvote for cross-posting within those two chains - authors will be encouraged with some reward. That's healthy way.

I strongly believe, that encouragement always works better in comparisson to punishment.

You nailed it! :)

Yours
Piotr

Great news for Project Hope community. Congratulations for the success! 👍 💪

Luckily STINC decided to "reward" authors for their "loyalty" instead of punishing with downvotes.

Positive feedback is always more effective than punishment. Downvotes should be limited, in my opinion. ☂️

Wait a few days to receive decent upvote and within this time - ensure not to re-post your article on any other platforms… cross-post into facebook, linkedin, hive, twitter etc. few days later

Please, define the exact time frame to avoid discussions. 😕

this content isn't cross-posted INTO steem blockchain

Yo mean, into other communities, tribes, hives, dapps?

He will do it on the 4-5th day since the publication took place and upvote it

This has an unfortunate disadvantage. Some posts won’t appear on pages like “trending” or “hot”, or, only very late. So, the post, or the posts of the community may receive much less attention in the long run. 👓

 5 months ago 

Please, define the exact time frame to avoid discussions. 😕

The deadline is well defined in the publication: 4-5 days until you can receive the upvote.


Yo mean, into other communities, tribes, hives, dapps?

No. Specifically do not post outside of steemit.
You can cross-publish to other tribes or dapps as long as the original post is on our front-end.


This has an unfortunate disadvantage. Some posts won’t appear on pages like “trending” or “hot”, or, only very late.

I don't see what the downside might be. Our requirement is: publish on our front - end, wait 4-5 days before republishing the same article.

"4-5 days" means, until receiving the vote, then?

“Trending” or “hot” aren't important sections any more on Steem pages?

 5 months ago 

We want to encourage engagement between our members and subscribers.

The 4-5 day wait is simply to ask the content creator not to republish that article on another chain before that period.
Let's be frank: 200K SP will not put your post in "trending" much less "Hot".

My five cents:
1.) The 200.000 delegation is only a "light" delegation as far as I understand. If you only get the posting keys they will keep the curation reward.. while it is still nice to have the curation at all I really think this is something to keep in mind.
2.) And now we are at the exclusivity issue. Yes I can get steemincs point of view.. however they do not give a real delegation.. see point 2... so at the end I believe STINC gets the better deal... getting exclusivity and also the curation reward
3.) Not sure how your current delegators will react.. if you loose 100k of the delegations for the 200k STINC delegation this wont be a good thing...
4.) ATM steem BC is very unreliable.. I really do not understand why they are not able to get their act together... if they do not change something pretty fast all kind of dApps will leave the chain as this destroys them atm.. and subsequently users will leave steem, too...

 5 months ago 

Unprecedented actions are being developed in support of content creators. They will receive a 200k SP vote.

It doesn't matter what happens to the healing reward. Authors will be rewarded.

We as a community are proud to be able to reward our content creators. That will foster commitment to our community.
At the same time we will be supporting the growth initiatives that STINC is developing through @steemitblog.

Fine for me. I can understand why you want to accept the offer and obviously here is no one but me raising concerns.. so the project.hope community seems willing to go this way... however the consequence - very obviously - could be the following: project.hope could be seen as being no longer neutral but taking sides of steeminc and justin sun.. with all due consequences... everybody should be aware of that... its hard to argue to be neutral after having received the SP and having sworn exclusivity to steem... and this is the poison pill that you get with this SP "gift"... and I believe at the end this is more beneficial to steeminc than to project.hope... just my 5 cents... they should have given project.hope a direct delegation of at least 500k, guaranteed for at least one year.. this is what I would call a fair price for the exclusivity...

 5 months ago 

I have a hard time understanding your point of view.

Think about it:
We just didn't have 200K SP before this.
So why should we bother or look for cracks in the system?

Before we didn't have them and now we do. We simply must find the best way to fairly distribute this voting power.

Should we have gained a greater delegation? Maybe yes.

The truth is that we have 200K extra SP that we did not have before 05-01-2020.

STINC makes some requests, we must abide by them. So what is the problem?

Time of transitions tend to incur issues. I have faith in our community. Wish I could afford to be more involved. Glad to see a solid stance from the admins.

 5 months ago 

Trust me @solarwarrior

I'm sharing many of your concerns. Since latest hard fork I worry a lot about future of STEEM and future of HIVE. After all we've all invested our resources here. Some invested money, others invested time. It's very worrisome to be in my position.

however the consequence - very obviously - could be the following: project.hope could be seen as being no longer neutral but taking sides of steeminc and justin sun..

The truth is, that there is very little we can do to avoid it. Initially I reached out to blocktrades and few other witnesses and HIVE supporters (with large HP) asking for support to our project. Suggesting that I could encourage users to be more active on hive if we could receive some support. I received ZERO replies.

So I like it or I don't - there is very little I can do and I can only wish, that PH will be seeing as a neutral project. Because PH is more than just me. It's currently over 60 authors and several of them are actually 100% commited to HIVE. Some are focusing on Steemit and most are not even interested with this politics and war between those chains happening.

I cannot really imagine situation, where anyone out there would start downvoting content posted by all those people only because they are part of PH. That would bring so much bad publicity, and it would push all those users AWAY from hive.

So let's just hope, that our wish to be neutral will be respected. After all my goal is to support authors from our team. Regardless if they are more active here or there. Everyone is making his/hers own decision. I cannot think of more neutral "stance".

All the best, thx for your 5 cents.

Yours
Piotr

 5 months ago (edited)

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic @solarwarrior

You brought some valid points there.

2.)

however they do not give a real delegation.. see point 2... so at the end I believe STINC gets the better deal... getting exclusivity and also the curation reward

I fully agree, that STINC gets a good deal here. In theory I'm doing all this curation for free. Investing my own time and earning pretty much nothing.

However I like to see it from different perspective. There will more more rewards coming into our community. And building this community is all I care here. Plus I'm hoping to increase that support to 500k SP one day.

3.)

Not sure how your current delegators will react.. if you loose 100k of the delegations for the 200k STINC delegation this wont be a good thing...

I'm not sure how delegators would react. So far you're the only one who cancelled delegation. I don't expect others to cancel it. Hope I'm not wrong. After all currently delegators will be earning more, since upvote from PH will be followed by 200k SP upvote from STINC account. Making PH curation rewards even more profitable.

4.)

ATM steem BC is very unreliable.. I really do not understand why they are not able to get their act together... if they do not change something pretty fast all kind of dApps will leave the chain as this destroys them atm.. and subsequently users will leave steem, too...

I can only hope that it won't happen. Truth is, that small users (like most of PH members) can only do their best to adapt. And move on.

Yours
Piotr

If you only get the posting keys they will keep the curation reward..

I don't think it's a problem. It also helps the Community PH and @ph-fund 20%.

I think that the idea of @project.hope to apply to be a Steem curator is a good idea. At the same time; STINC accepting the application and selecting this community is a clear indication that @project.hope's efforts to help encourage creative content writing and support people is recognised.

I totally agree with @achim03 suggestion. It compliment perfectly the proposal by @crypto.piotr. I think like he said, an explainer link should be put at the end of the contents that direct people to this post. Nice contribution. Thanks.

 5 months ago 

Thanks for remark.

Hello @crypto.piotr
I think the proposal is fair, it is logical to think that if STMINC will give a support it will want to benefit with it who will benefit the steem community. This seems to me coherent, and it is also better to promote than to vote against.
In this case, it is good to believe that the same users should stick to these rules from tomorrow, not to make cross-publications, because it would bring on one hand that you would not receive a vote in favor of those 200k and also you have to understand that you are not complying with that basic rule.
And I also think it is very good that the weight of the vote depends on the interaction with those who comment on our publications and also visit other publications. That's very good, it's about writing quality content, of course, and receiving an economic benefit for it, but it's very important to comment on other people's posts. A post without comments makes no sense, in my opinion. Luckily, that thing about publications without comments doesn't happen in PH...

 5 months ago 

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your thoughts with me @josevas217

post without comments makes no sense, in my opinion.
I agree. Surely post without engagement doens't make much sense. Especially for those who write because they care about audience.

Appreciate it.
Yours, Piotr

Greetings friend @crypto.piotr, first of all I want to congratulate all of us who make up the community, we got here thanks to everyone's effort.

Regarding the issue of curatorship and the condition imposed by Steemit INC, it is fair, since after what happened between both platforms Steem and Hive, they do not want any crossing of publications, so I understand this perfectly.

On the other hand and my opinion on how we could make this work for everyone:

Firstly it would be to publish on the Steem Blockchain and within the established time of publication or 4-6 days, after this time, my question is, could we publish on HIVE or any other platform and receive rewards for it with the same commitment as We do it here in Steem, that is, we could also choose a vote in HIVE after 5 or 6 days of publishing the post on the Steem Blockchain?

I think this would be ideal for those who also want to share content on HIVE, in this case I include myself, but of course I am also interested in sharing content on Steem, so this is the best way I see.

Congratulations again and count on me for what I can support.

 5 months ago (edited)

Amazing feedback @lenonmc21

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Firstly it would be to publish on the Steem Blockchain and within the established time of publication or 4-6 days, after this time, my question is, could we publish on HIVE or any other platform and receive rewards for it with the same commitment as We do it here in Steem, that is, we could also choose a vote in HIVE after 5 or 6 days of publishing the post on the Steem Blockchain?

Indeed. After those few days you could cross-post your publication to other platforms. As long as Steemit comes first - you can count on up to 200k SP additional upvote.

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Yours, Piotr

Hello @Crypto.Piotr,
First, I congratulate you on your commitment to steem blockchain which led to a solid community such as @Project.hope. Secondly, I salute you on your very deserve selection in the first batch of Steem Community Curator. It is a reward for hardwork and resilience.

On the subject of discussion in this post, I stand with you 100%. I haven't really been a fan of cross-posting until I found some people do it in this community and I needed to talk to you before I made 2 submissions so far. STINC has every right to any qualifications they put forwards before the use of their stake. We have to abide by that.

I am trusting that your team would display expertise in post curation and use of the SP without prejudice.

Thank you for always looking out for community inputs.

Yours,

@Uyobong

 5 months ago 

Amazing feedback @uyobong

I am trusting that your team would display expertise in post curation and use of the SP without prejudice.

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Yours, Piotr

I like the idea for this curation program and this wait time of 4-5 days is good. I will follow your suggestion and my future posts will be posted accordingly. Its definitely good that steemit team has extended their support and we need to use it fairly. If we play fair then I think it will even continue for long. Thanks for the update.

 5 months ago 

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic @reeta0119

Hello @crypto.piotr and @ project.hope I agree with the rules and suggestions you make in the publication, certainly many times we make the mistake of just publishing and already (including me), but it is important to see the content of others because that is what it is all about, to make a difference and be a better community.

With respect to the days, I agree so we have the chance to comment most of the publications, on the other hand the cross publications seems to me something logical not to accept them since it is required that the content is original giving priority to steem, the strength of the vote I think it is very clear what is wanted and I agree, I know that the idea of the community goes beyond just publishing, the idea is to make us a more united community.

I hope this project will be very beneficial for everyone, from all points of view.

 5 months ago (edited)

Thank you for this kind and encouraging comment @franyeligonzalez

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

Same to you! GREETINGS!!

After read your publication completely, I can agree with your suggestions as you mentioned here. I strongly accept your strength of received upvote depend two big reasons. Actually I missed to replied only one content when I published over one week ago on project.hope community. No more excuses need asking fro me because I was wrong. If I made error like that I'll not deserve to receive upvotes. Engagement is most important part of our improvement. So you suggested to improve engagement base on PH community.
In other hand, 4-5 days very fair for receive upvote because it's not easy to find posts one by one as STINC requested from you. Improving encouragement better than punishing. So I'll do my best and thanks for recent updates.

 5 months ago 

Late thank you for dropping by and your encouraging comment @madushanka

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

I have read all the comments here and there are many good suggestions.
Waiting 4-5 days is a very good suggestion as it takes time to check that the rules are being followed as @ project.hope says

As long as money is involved, there is always someone who will post the same post in several places and probably the same day.
I believe that if they post their article elsewhere after 4-5 days they do not deserve their upvote.

I like the idea of ​​@ achim03

I think it would be good for the authors who plan to write a post for steem only, that they write a link at the end of the post. Something like This is a project-hope steem only post. Check out what this means. This link would lead to a post, which has to be written (I could do that) explaining what this "steem only" is.

But if they just post a link about their post on Steem on other social platforms would be great for it is also about marketing themselves and SteemBlockchain.
I think it's important for further collaboration with STINC and the 200K SP that they delegate to upvote through @ project.hope and the team is to have strict rules.

 5 months ago (edited)

Late thank you for dropping by and your encouraging comment @xpilar

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

It is important to mention that human beings were created with the firm conviction that we can constantly evolve and adapt to change, while it is true that we had the comfort of publishing on both platforms is expected that this way of acting is not well seen, if we really want high ratings we must give more effort and publish a different content on each platform, I hope that many of the colleagues in the group have the same conviction.

It is also important to mention that a great effort has to be made so that every user who generates an unpublished content in Steem can be rewarded in a transparent way so that it is so stimulating that a certain user is raising his level and giving himself to the maximum.

For me it is very important that the community of the hope project has a philosophy where the most important thing is the support to the user regardless of the history of external fights that have happened in the past, since being a community full of hope for nothing in the world wars, conflicts and quarrels have a place.

Let's do a great honest work together in which we all as a community feel proud and in this way we can demonstrate that the community of the project hope is made to achieve excellent things in the present and near future.

I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to the different users who make life in the community for my absence in the comments and publications to which many were surely already accustomed, is that I have had some family problems that have had me somewhat sad, but I am already recovering and that very soon I will have again analyzing oil prices and the various issues in energy and technology associated with oil engineering.

My wish is that all of us together can do a great job hand in hand with our partner and leader @cripto.piotr. Greetings

 5 months ago 

Amazing feedback @carlos84

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Yours, Piotr

Wait a few days to receive decent upvote and within this time - ensure not to re-post your article on any other platforms. Obviously if you will cross-post into facebook, linkedin, hive, twitter etc. few days later, then I will not be stopping you from doing it. After all each one of you would be the author and owner of created content and I'm in no position to stop you from cross-posting (with delay) it to other sites.

I honestly think there is no better solution than the one already quoted above. Steemit Inc is right and candidly has a say over its delegation, so I expect everyone to fully comply with these simple directives.

Great job to @crypto.piotr, @juammolina, and the rest of the team. Cheers!

 5 months ago 

Late thank you for dropping by and your encouraging comment @gandhibaba

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

I wish you the same and hope that you keep safe over there. Cheers!

Firstly, I think what most Steemians do now is to cross post their articles from steemit to other platforms just for the sake of earning more bucks for their write up and some also see it as a smart way to also safe themselves from stress.

The condition now is that Steemit Inc isn't in support of such act which simply implies that they just want the post to be on the steem blockchain alone without posting to other platforms.

I think we can actually make that possible here on Steemit provided the amount of Curation will increase for content creators who follow the rules. This will serve as a means of incentive for them to refrain them from posting into other platforms.

I also suggest there should be a team who will be responsible for detecting any cross posts from the community to other platforms and I think this can be done using some plagiarism softwares though.

In conclusion, I suggest the best way to go about this is that the curators should be ready to curate good content creators who didn't share their posts to other platforms since one of the main reasons most users does that is to earn few bucks. Also, a team should also be available for scrutinization of user's posts.

Thanks for sharing this great post with love from @hardaeborla and I hope you have a great day ahead ❤️💕❤️💕

 5 months ago 

Amazing feedback @hardaeborla

I also suggest there should be a team who will be responsible for detecting any cross posts from the community to other platforms and I think this can be done using some plagiarism softwares though.

Late thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Yours, Piotr

 5 months ago 

Dear @crypto.piotr and @project.hope

The points that you raise are very clear and nobody should say that it is not understood, the periods that you indicate to vote for the selected publications is also a good idea, I agree, that way we can vote before and we can also be commissioners, I regret Much that Spanish publications are not considered.

Another point that you can consider is when it is a good publication with good content but it is not commented. in many cases I know what happens to several writers in this community.

Now the difficult part will be to be aware that members or non-members should only publish within Steemit, but it is not impossible.

Friend has my support ..

 5 months ago 

Amazing feedback @lanzjoseg

Late thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Yours, Piotr

This is fabulous idea to wait 4 to 5 days to upvote. This way community get more engagement and author will reply every comment. Because engagement is the main thing for any community. Also authors should need to read other's publications and give their opinion. This is called bonding.

 5 months ago 

This is fabulous idea to wait 4 to 5 days to upvote. This way community get more engagement and author will reply every comment

This will also allow all users (and project.hope) to upvote post before that 200k SP upvote will follow. Which is important for many.

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic @luckyali

It seems a great idea to encourage people who wish to post on Steem blockchain only. It should not be a big problem for the content creator to be loyal to a specific blockchain. You already have cleared that one cross post after several days as it is not possible to stop people from posting on other platform when the time of downvoting or removing the vote is over. BYW if someone is confident that his post can earn higher reward on other platform, then he should choose his course carefully. So, overall it's a great idea to boost Steeem.

Dear @crypto.piotr you always come with great ideas. Kudos to you!

 5 months ago 

Dear @akdx

Appreciate your comment. Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

It seems a great idea to encourage people who wish to post on Steem blockchain only. It should not be a big problem for the content creator to be loyal to a specific blockchain.

The truth is, that noone is asking to be fully loyal to one chain. You can easily post one content on steemit and other content on hive. You can even use same content, just re-phraze it, change topic and main picture. And ensure that it's posted on Steemit first - then you would still be eligible to receive this 200k SP upvote.

KUDOS! :))

Cheers
Piotr

The truth is, that noone is asking to be fully loyal to one chain. You can easily post one content on steemit and other content on hive. You can even use same content, just re-phraze it, change topic and main picture. And ensure that it's posted on Steemit first - then you would still be eligible to receive this 200k SP upvote.

I agree my friend. Sorry for responding so late.

Dear @crypto.piotr, I love and support the idea of Steem only posts. After all, these are two great organizations that are now competing for limited author resources. So to maintain their loyal subscribers, it's not out of place to demand Steem only posts. As have been pointed out, it's nice that PH have a banner or link at the bottom of each post to indicate an article was not cross posted. And I don't think with our numerous authors within the community, we will struggle to have ten articles. We won't. Just recently, Hive also asked for the same thing. They called it Hive Revolution. They asked authors to shun Steem. So we can see it's a battle now.

So if we can find reasonable or valuable support in terms of votes for the Steem only posts, that will be enough encouragement to do posts here.

Thanks.

 5 months ago 

Thanks for sharing your thoughts @focusnow
Appreciate it a lot,

After all, these are two great organizations that are now competing for limited author resources.

You nailed it. Hopefully this competition will benefit authors, since we're becoming valuable resource :)

And I don't think with our numerous authors within the community, we will struggle to have ten articles. We won't.

We actually do lol. Majority of users are still cross-posting to both chains. Not many seem to care about extra 200k SP upvote bububu. Perhaps it will take time.

Yours, Piotr

This curation support is a good option for us and surely we need to follow the steps you advised. This way we can support the community even more and steemit inc will be happy too and maybe in the future, it can get increased.
I am fine with it and will work accordingly. Thanks

 5 months ago 

Late thank you for dropping by and your encouraging comment @alokkumar121

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

I think it's a good solution; we have to take advantage of the help while we can. I guess we have to publish the link of the post in the steem-only channel of Discord to participate in the special vote.

Obviously, a lot depends on the honesty of each person who publishes for the STINC initiative.

I also think it's a good idea, as @achim03 says, to put a message that indicates: This is a project-hope steem only post.

 5 months ago 

Dear @jadams2k18

I guess we have to publish the link of the post in the steem-only channel of Discord to participate in the special vote.

Exactly.

I also think it's a good idea, as @achim03 says, to put a message that indicates: This is a project-hope steem only post.

It would mean, that cross-posting (even week later) to any other platform would be not an option, right? Im not sure if we would find many authors who would like to follow that rule. After all many content creators like to re-post on hive to get some extra rewards (which are much higher there).

Yours, Piotr

Let's see how it goes :)

Having to vote post that are 5 days old is cool but it might be really hard for people to post on steem and not cross-post on hive and vice versa but all the same, it is a good one.

 5 months ago 

Hi @frederickbangs

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Cheers, Piotr

Hi @crypto.piotr, really what is proposed by you in this publication as well as the contributions you have made in the comments before mine, can achieve to refine the guidelines that are required.

Initially, I think it is a question of individual commitment of the members of this community, the fact of producing contents for steemit, as well as to fulfill the terms established in that context.

And I find what is proposed about the comments to the Project HOPE publications very attractive, it provides a phenomenal dynamic for the publications contributing with the author and the readers of such publication.

Finally, it is a great challenge to adapt to the changes and those that are happening on the platform are no exception, you just have to take them on board.

Greetings @janettyanez

 5 months ago 

Thank you for this kind and encouraging comment @janettyanez

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

First of all, I salute the ideas you raised here. They are all righteous ideas. This will boost engagement within the community and encourage more authors to do the same.

For the case of posting on Steem first, well, since it is part of the requirements, then their requests should be respected. But it will not also prevent the authors from posting on other platforms afterwards.

 5 months ago 

We cannot require authors where to place their publications.
You have "the right" on the creation of your original works.

For this reason, our requirement extends only a few days after being published on steemit through our front-end.

 5 months ago 

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic @samminator

I think @saminator right that posting on other platform is allowed. However, after I join PH for about a week, there are some posts that are the same in Hive and steem. This for members is OK but for readers outside the platform will ask some questions. Is Hive and Steem one company? I think there should be edited words or paragraph so posts in steem and hive will be different.

There are already some wonderful suggestions by everyone in the comments sections.

Regarding the steem only posts, I think STINC is more worried about not posting on HIVE and that makes perfect sense. People in this community just have to be honest.

If STINC is indifferent between posts and comments then I think engagement should be encourages using the extra SP. May be you can focus on rewarding people who make insightful comments, comments can be as long as posts sometimes, and insightful comments help the author and those reading learn more.

I will try to do a few steemit only posts to contribute.

 5 months ago 

Hi @karamyog

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Cheers, Piotr

I think it's a great idea and you have my support.
I find it excellent and very motivating to reward with a good vote the comments that give more value to the posts and that provide more engagement.

I have a special suggestion: I would like the community to include posts related to art and poetry, since many of us are dedicated to this and are not allowed within the community, I think this sector deserves attention, what do you think?

Hello Piotr,

I believe this is a good neutral solution for content creators. I agree with what you have said in this article. It is fair to just post on Steem alone without cross-posting it to other platforms. I have a few problems here in staying up to date with the engagement happening on my posts.

Gina has moved to Hive and Esteem has moved to hive completely. These two were crucial for notifications on our mobile when some engagement happens. I hope someone comes with a stable mobile application or notification application that can keep us up to date with activities happening on our posts. To be honest, I'm not a big fan of the steemit interface. But looks like I have to get used to it if I have to stay on top of the engagement happening on my post. Or I might better have my person discord bot enhanced to send me notifications on discord.

Overall, I guess what you have said definitely makes sense to me and definitely a good solution.

 5 months ago 

Hi @bala41288

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Gina has moved to Hive and Esteem has moved to hive completely. These two were crucial for notifications on our mobile when some engagement happens

Indeed. mobile users wil have harder time right now :/

Cheers, Piotr

The Core steem team or the steemit team should focus a little more on the development of the chain to make the nodes more stable and also introduce some interesting DApps and additional projects.

 4 months ago 

Dear @bala41288

Finally I managed to catch up with old comments.

Thanks for being always so reponsive. Have a great sunday ahead,
Yours, Piotr

Thank you. I'm also trying to catch up with some old comments here as well.

While i understand why the "no cross-post on other chain" exists from a business point of view, i see a little of a problem there...

To me, it feels like they are demanding a exclusivity contract with the authors without any guarantee that this exclusivity will be paid as such.

Sure, there will be a "chance" to be chosen by the curator to be paid for the exclusive content, but there is no guarantees. (PS: i do trust on project hope fairness on selecting the articles to curate. I am just painting a broader picture here)

Although the majority of us aren't professional writers, i don't see this as a good deal.

Exclusivity means a smaller reach, and my opinion is that this downside should come with a better upside than just a "chance" to be selected.

I agree that it is indeed a great support coming from one side, while on the other side no support were found, and i agree that the project should try to compromise with the guidelines to recieve this support.

But on a personal level, i can only agree with posting only on Steem if this was tied to some sort of time frame no bigger than 1-2 days. (Publish first on Steem, then 1 day later free to publish anywhere else).

Otherwise, congratulations to the team on receiving the support.

 5 months ago 

Dear @phgnomo

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Appreciate it a lot,

To me, it feels like they are demanding a exclusivity contract with the authors without any guarantee that this exclusivity will be paid as such.

Demanding is a strong word. I rather see it as form of encouragement, to prioritize STEEM chain over other platforms/blockchains. And I am here to "guarantee" that this will exclusivity will be rewarded. So perhaps it's not as bad as you see it.

Also look at it from different perspective: that additional 200k SP can serve us to support users, who are focusing their efforts on being active on Steemit (jnstead of HIVE). There is several users within PH community alone, who can benefit without really implementing strong changes into their current ways of doing things.

Others will just continue the way they did. Nothing will change for them.

PS: i do trust on project hope fairness on selecting the articles to curate. I am just painting a broader picture here

I'm glad that you put it that way :) I'm working hard to build trust towards what we do and it's very encouraging to hear such a words.

Yours, Piotr

I see the point of Steemit INC. and I also think that demand is reasonable.
I also that your idea is good but we will have a small problem which is that we won't be able to repost after the gap of 4-5 days if the article is related to current happenings like covid-19 stats, crypto charts and the list goes on.
The authors will have to be very selective while choosing the topics if they want to repost them somewhere else.

 5 months ago 

Dear @syedumair

I see the point of Steemit INC. and I also think that demand is reasonable.
Glad to hear that,

I also that your idea is good but we will have a small problem which is that we won't be able to repost after the gap of 4-5 days if the article is related to current happenings like covid-19 stats, crypto charts and the list goes on.
Very true.

The way I see it is quite simple: that additional 200k SP can serve us to support users, who are focusing their efforts on being active on Steemit (jnstead of HIVE). There is several users within PH community alone, who can benefit without really implementing strong changes into their current ways of doing things.
Others will just continue the way they did. Nothing will change for them.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Appreciate it a lot,

Have a great day ahead,
Yours, Piotr

@crypto.piotr, does this mean that i can write post that are both posted on steemit and hive as well as write post on steemit only on project hope?

 5 months ago 

Hi @futurekr

does this mean that i can write post that are both posted on steemit and hive as well as write post on steemit only on project hope?

Correct.

The way I see it is quite simple: that additional 200k SP can serve us to support users, who are focusing their efforts on being active on Steemit (jnstead of HIVE). There is several users within PH community alone, who can benefit without really implementing strong changes into their current ways of doing things.
Others will just continue the way they did. Nothing will change for them.

Cheers, Piotr

This is a great one, i will surely put up post that are steem only as i love steemit so well. I hope this one month could be good enough reason for steemit to give us support.

 5 months ago 

Love to hear that @ajewa :)

I am really happy that our community got the curator role and also regarding the thing which Steemit INC. want from us we all as a member of project hope can check each other post which will make the work easier for our community, apart from that the idea of voting a post after 5 days is great i really appreciate this idea.

Hope so we will have an amazing experience.

 5 months ago 

Thank you for this kind and encouraging comment @sumit71428

Have a great monday,
Piotr

Getting steemit inc support will bring project hope to new heights
Also we all members have to do good efforts in rising project hope community

 5 months ago 

hi @alexcarlos

Did you consider setting up some profile picture? Right now your account does look like it belong to someone very new here. Or like if it's another bot.

Cheers
Piotr

Hi Piotr,
I think it is a good way to use the steem-only group on Discord. This will make things easier. You can then manually check the articles or you can delegate this task to someone else as you wish, but this manual check will consume some time. But making sure things are going according to set up rules are important to this collaboration in my eyes to get it fulfilled till the end for the good of both sides.
Anyways, good job there with the Community Curation program!
cheers

Not a bad thought. Platform specific discussions would be beneficial in many instances. This would be especially true if Steemit remains the primary onboarding means for bloggers new to crypto.

 5 months ago 

Hi @ritxi

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Cheers, Piotr

 5 months ago 

Hi @ritxi

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Cheers, Piotr

That is a difficult question, right? In other words, STINC is asking to use those 200k SPs to vote only for content that has not been published elsewhere (we can clearly assume that they mean the HIVE chain), as it is important not to leave the blockchain aside. Stemit and that it is also good to continue fighting a project like this that they want to continue stimulating content under the supervision of established colleagues.

 5 months ago 

Hi @newton666

Thanks for dropping by and sharing your thoughts with me.

In other words, STINC is asking to use those 200k SPs to vote only for content that has not been published elsewhere (we can clearly assume that they mean the HIVE chain)

Correct.

The way I see it is quite simple: that additional 200k SP can serve us to support users, who are focusing their efforts on being active on Steemit (jnstead of HIVE). There is several users within PH community alone, who can benefit without really implementing strong changes into their current ways of doing things.
Others will just continue the way they did. Nothing will change for them.

Cheers, Piotr

From the case of request from Steemit Int, I understand that a platform need a single content as the copyright. I realy made mistake that few weeks ago I post to hive and steem. After I know that there is a request from Steemit Inc to publish a post only in steemit, I think steemit inc is right because as I know search engine will delist multiple contents from search page. Besides that reputation of a publication will be questioned by readers when they find same posts from different platforms.

I know that Project.Hope manages two accounts hive and steemit, I think there will be a rule not to crosspost or copy paste articles in both Project.Hope communities. If one to crossposts should edit the text with minimums numbers of words editing so the content in PH steem and PH hive will be different though the idea is the same and I agree to wait 4-5 days to post in Hive.

 5 months ago 

Hi @lebah

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Cheers, Piotr

The concern about cross-posting is understandable. And if someone grants 200K SP, I'd say they have the right to stipulate certain requirements re the use of that SP.

But as you point out, the requirements are not very strict. It states "particularly those that are not cross-posted on other platforms"

I believe we can take that to mean that you would focus on those that are posted solely on Steemit. But that if you upvote certain posts that happen to be cross-posted on other platforms, there will not necessarily be any negative ramifications.

 5 months ago 

Hi @majes.tytyty

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

Cheers, Piotr

This sounds just perfect! It is anyway good for content to be published solely on Steem and not on Hive, so that is just a healthy requirement, and I like it. It is also important to see author communicate with their readers and responding to comments, so all in all, this is a brilliant way for this to work! I look forward to see the first upvotes coming in a few days from now!

Almost 100% of the community will definitely benefit from this and from the comment section there hasn't been any opinion contrary to the terms stated above. So there's really no disputing it. Plus these are the criteria. I just feel there should be some sort of incentive for commentors as wel, it's already an engaging community and with this it'll thrive better.

 5 months ago 

Hi @josediccus

I just feel there should be some sort of incentive for commentors as wel, it's already an engaging community and with this it'll thrive better.

Very true. Right now I started upvoting quality comments placed on posts from within 'steem-only' group. To reward those who are active within those particular publications.

How does it sound?

Yours, Piotr

hiPiotr, how are you my friend, well in corona time one must search his old books for any real income after staying at home since 17-03-2020 till today, so IF I DELEGATE TO YOUR END 918 SP TO THIS PROJECT WHAT WOULD BE MY EXPECTED DAILY INCOEME ? AND WHAT ARE THE STEPS YOU PREPARE TO FOLLOW TO GIVE YOU ALL THE DELEGATIONS BENEFITS PLUS WHERE TO DELEGATE MY SP ? AND WHEN I WILL GET PAID, DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY...PLEASE CLARIFY !

I WILL WAIT YOUR REPLY AND ONCE YOU REPLY I WILL REACT TO YOUR FEEDBACK

THANK YOU

RED-ROSE

 5 months ago 

Hi @red-rose

Thank you for your kind comment.

IF I DELEGATE TO YOUR END 918 SP TO THIS PROJECT WHAT WOULD BE MY EXPECTED DAILY INCOEME ?

Around 1.9 steem weekly. Which isn't much, however it's still more than all bots and other projects out there (simply because we share 100% curation rewards with delegators).

We've transfering those fund every weekend.

If you would be interested in supporting us with delegation, then please delegate to project.hope.
You can do that using this link: https://beta.steemconnect.com/sign/delegateVestingShares?delegator=&delegatee=project.hope&vesting_shares=1000.000%20SP

Yours
Piotr

@project.hope as we have seen all the community is now divided into two parts. We have to gain active users so that it can grow. I like the upvote idea to encourage people. Rather downvote them.

And I agree with your point , post on steem first and then get upvote and then you can cross post anywhere.

The main issue is that you get limited number of votes and with that votes you cannot curate whole community. That is one of the big problem. But the point is you cannot make happy everyone.

As per now you are doing great job.

And best of luck to the team and their efforts.

If will be commenting suggestion if I got some while sleeping or doing random work.

Lastly project.hope will again shine and come out in flying colours. Special thanks to @crypto.piotr and the team

 5 months ago 

Thank you for this kind and encouraging comment @adityajainxds

you cannot make happy everyone.

Indeed. Can't make everyone happy.

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

Nice to read one more publication from you my friend @crypto.piotr and @project.hope

I have always been in favor of the proposals that you promote, right now I agree with all the content in your publication.

I see a small detail only, at the moment I am not sure how many people are publishing directly from the Steemit platform, in this case the delegation granted is asking to vote content only on this platform, which indicates that the support that was not shown before, now you have received, but it will be a little difficult to find those publications of great quality content.

I can easily think that you can vote daily around 20 publications at 100% of vote, which would reduce to a percentage of 50 or 60% of what we call VP, I firmly believe that you can return to the old system where you can give votes to each comment on a publication, this may also indicate that you can get rewards for each healing and motivational vote to each comment in different percentages depending on the degree of quality of each interaction or comment.

I have always thought that if we have a high percentage of VP we should use it to the maximum, this is recovered in two or three days, but we will have already used and contributed to each publication and quality comment.

I can't suggest that people who have migrated to the new chain return to steemit, and that we are in a new era, this would be difficult because of everything that happened in the past, but I can be sure that most of them are sharing the same content in both chains, the work will be very difficult to find publications from other users in steemit. But the fastest and easiest answer would be that:

The whole community of @project.hope make only their posts in Steemit, with this they would get more rewards for double healing of support from @project.hope and this new key and delegation that you have received, adding up each and every vote of the project hope trail.

Now you are the owner of this delegation, you decide what it the better option to make it running well....

Congratulations for getting this delegagion...!!

 5 months ago 

Amazing feedback @edgarare1

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topic

I can easily think that you can vote daily around 20 publications at 100% of vote
That's not possible :) how could I upvote 20 posts with full voting power? :P

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Yours, Piotr

Hi Peter,

This seems like the best way to move forward. I agree with all the points presented. The thing I wish to see is a listed set of bullet points (or something- maybe pinned to telegram where we share links).

That said, I wonder if extending the community across more than one platform will cause certain types of content to gravitate to each.

I.e. does Justin Sun have a following with strong view points about specific topics? Does he have an agenda for the style/tone of this platform? Could be a simple thing that we barely notice or maybe something big like video. I still need to investigate how the transition took place and what Sun has said about it all. Hope to find time this week.

Love how the community is progressing,

Marco

 5 months ago 

Thank you for this kind and encouraging comment @machnbirdsparo

This seems like the best way to move forward. I agree with all the points presented. The thing I wish to see is a listed set of bullet points (or something- maybe pinned to telegram where we share links).

Bullet points? What would be those bullet points exactly about? Would you mind to share your thoughts with me?

does Justin Sun have a following with strong view points about specific topics? Does he have an agenda for the style/tone of this platform?
Not that I would know.

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

Bullet points that are just not likely going to change for the community.

Well explained. Let's see how it works. I just went through it.

 5 months ago 

Fingers crossed @paragism :)

@project.hope I am interested in becoming a curator for the project.

 5 months ago 

hi @adityajainxds

That's very kind of you. However we're not really looking for curators (we've already have strong core team, which will take care of this task).

I would still like to invite you to our discord server: https://discord.gg/uWMJTaW

DM me. Perhaps we can find other ways to collaborate. I would like to learn more about this game on blockchain that you're planning to launch.

Yours
Piotr

@crypto.piotr yes sure definitely I will join the discord. And we can have a conversation their that will be good.

Getting steemit inc support is a good thing for project hope. I hope this go for more than 1 month.

 5 months ago 

I hope so too @mojubare :)

It is a fair deal and the proposal will promote engagement on project.hope

 5 months ago 

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your opinion on this particular topi @eni-ola

This is a good way to boost steemit SEO, content first posted on steemit.

I really like this idea and i think as a community, we should shoot on.

 5 months ago 

Hi @gbenga

Boosting Steemit SEO? What do you mean? Do you think publications posted on Steemit so far within past few years helped Steemit SEO in any way? I'm just not sure if I see it.

I really like this idea and i think as a community, we should shoot on.

We should! :)

Cheers, Piotr

It's wonderful, @project.hope is recognized. For me, if I can't cross post, then I choose HIVE and opt out of Steem, because I can't create new content just for steem, besides I understand that @project.hope is supporting good content, unbiased about the platform but for me Steem's dead long back.

I am happy to engage in HIVE then, with project.hope.

My opinion. Well being unbiased, there are other platforms that take only fresh content, because they want their platform to have that privilege, so nothing wrong about this expectation.

Fortunately, I can cross post HIVE content in publishx, no problem on that, they are not particular.

Good luck then, and anyway, I will be growing with @project.hope in HIVE, so nothing is lost.

Incase out of habbit I post in Steem, it will be cross-post, so please ignore it for upvotes, although I will refrain from posting here and be in HIVE, it's easier as well.

Keep upvoting good content, supporting authors and being an shining example of being a genuine community!!

 5 months ago 

Thank you for dropping by and your encouraging comment @mintymile

I'm also glad that PH has been already recognized. We're heading right direction :))

For me, if I can't cross post, then I choose HIVE and opt out of Steem, because I can't create new content just for steem

I fully understand. This curation program is not designed for everyone. However if you would ever like to post on Steemit and only cross-post like week later to hive (to enjoy extra rewards) then obviously this won't be a problem.

Incase out of habbit I post in Steem, it will be cross-post, so please ignore it for upvotes, although I will refrain from posting here and be in HIVE, it's easier as well.

Please do. I'm not capable of keeping my high engagement rate on both chains, so I'm only reading and commenting posts on Steemit. So if you post on Steemit - you're giving me chance to read your post. And you surely would get some extra traffic and nice upvote from PH.

Have a great weekend ahead :)
Piotr

No, I can't put cross post on HIVE. I rather have HIVE blockchain grow if given choice better Steem and HIVE... It's ok...thanks for all the support, encouragement!! . I hope project.hope builds a great community in both platforms, including Steem.

I am glad the @project.hope community is on HIVE, there is good engagement, and content created there, else it will be a torture seeing all useless posts scattered in platform. So, encouraging good content of authors helps readers as well!!

 4 months ago 

Dear @mintymile

Finally I managed to catch up with old comments.

Thanks for being always so reponsive. Have a great sunday ahead,
Yours, Piotr

Please mention in rules in project-hope group that cross posting is not allowed/encouraged, something to that effect, so authors know.

 5 months ago 

Of course @mintymile

I really like this,

Wait a few days to receive decent upvote and within this time - ensure not to re-post your article on any other platforms.

I will be willing to write and see how it works.

 5 months ago 

Thanks for your comment @ojerinde

It might be really stressful to do both of them but i could give it a trial. If it isn't as stressful as i I think then i will keep with it. I will write a post today.

 5 months ago 

Hi @papa-mensa

Thanks for dropping by and sharing your thoughts with me.

It might be really stressful to do both of them but i could give it a trial. If it isn't as stressful as i I think then i will keep with it. I will write a post today.

The way I see it is quite simple: that additional 200k SP can serve us to support users, who are focusing their efforts on being active on Steemit (jnstead of HIVE). There is several users within PH community alone, who can benefit without really implementing strong changes into their current ways of doing things.
Others will just continue the way they did. Nothing will change for them.

Cheers, Piotr

Hello dear @crypto.piotr, I think what you are proposing is a great idea.

This post has been rewarded by the Steem Community Curation Project. #communitycuration06

Thank you for being a pioneer Community Curator.

Have fun!

The Steemit Team

 5 months ago 

I appreciate your encouraging words @steemcurator01

@project.hope founder
Yours, Piotr

 5 months ago 

test test

Are there no algo that can tell where a particular post is coming from? I mean there are flags on posts if it's not coming directly from steemit blog frontend.
One can easily run links through algos like that to determine the source... Or what do you think?
If not, the the group of curators will have to manually check each post before submitting

 5 months ago 

Your question is a little confusing. Could you rephrase your comment please?

 5 months ago 

I'm also confused.

hi Piotr, how are you my friend, well in corona time one must search his old books for any real income after staying at home since 17-03-2020 till today, so IF I DELEGATE TO YOUR END 918 SP TO THIS PROJECT WHAT WOULD BE MY EXPECTED DAILY INCOEME ? AND WHAT ARE THE STEPS YOU PREPARE TO FOLLOW TO GIVE YOU ALL THE DELEGATIONS BENEFITS PLUS WHERE TO DELEGATE MY SP ? AND WHEN I WILL GET PAID, DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY...PLEASE CLARIFY !

I WILL WAIT YOUR REPLY AND ONCE YOU REPLY I WILL REACT TO YOUR FEEDBACK

THANK YOU

RED-ROSE

When you make a post from esteem app, and you view the post on steemit blog. You'll see it on the post after the title that it came from esteem app. Can't devs develop an algorithm or a bot where you put in steem links which can tell whether they are posted from steemit blog or not?

I share a similar vision. I hope we can one day have a crypto social media manager like Hootesuite or something.

Well I think what you propose makes all the sense in the world. I think it's only fair that the STEEM curators group ask that the content be unique and original. Then with a lapse of 7 days or more it could be published on another site.

I think that within the work team there should be someone who is solely and exclusively in charge of this, so that this task does not consume the work time of other developers in the community. I think that within the economic growth this should be an objective, to expand the personnel. I consider autonomous economies to be like small businesses, if the community is to grow, it must set development goals, and even create new sources of autonomous jobs to name it in some way.

I also believe that it is the responsibility of the users to bring original content to the community, as I also believe that those who break said rule should be penalized in some way.

So I believe and consider the point that community users and creators must be curators at the same time very important. The same community, when fulfilling this role, realizes the quality of each writer, I think that even doing a kind of rating on the most read or voted writers could be a good idea to start distinguishing quality content from those they are not. This will also motivate other content creators to demand more from their posts and make them of a better quality.

Thank you for this initiative.

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