Discussion in 'gV engineering' started by tout, 23 Sep 2012.
What is the meaning of that?
working on expanding the current 'like' functionality.
Yes Tout. There will be 5 new gradations of like to give gV members a more nuanced way to like posts.
Like 1 : better than chocolate
Like 2 : better than bacon
Like 3 : better than sex
Like 4 : Better than Aimee
Like 5 : Better than sleeping in til noon on Sundays.
What is that? Chocolate?
Oh it's just candy. Usually free. From vans.
hope you are not Mulch with a lamb 's coat...
GV is very slow today..
I forgot one.
Like 6 : Better than sleeping in til noon on Sundays with Aimee.
GradyE, why i am thinking you are making fun of me?
And how about:
7: Better than chocolate covered bacon fed to you by Aimee after sleeping in til noon on Sunday?
Ohhhhh textured was here before!!!!
Yes, Textured is an oldbie but a goodie.
Somebody upset him before he goes?
I'm not even sure that's possible. He is a very laid back dood. He's just really busy a lot, and like JohnnyVann and a few others, have decided they only have time/energy etc for one forum.
I believe that Bunnie, men just have problems to do two things at the same time..
once this change is complete it will be possible to feature more than a single like button. we could have multiple buttons, such as dislike, hug, laugh, etc. we could even go farther and have each button impact forum trophies with a positive (or negative) weighting and so on. it is doubtful that we will implement negative weighting, but it would be possible. as far as what the actual buttons will be is open for discussion, although overtly antisocial buttons such as 'screwdriver' will be resisted.
I vote for some sort of 'dislike', 'disagree' or other semi-pleasant way of saying 'get bent' without having to actually say that.
Kiss? French kiss? Ear nibbles? Hot breath on bare neck? Foot tickle? Rib cage tickle? Arm pit tickle? Feather across your lips tickle?
A junk punch button might come in handy once in awhile.
Ah ja and also a weed button too for Bunnie no?