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(09-08-2014, 07:54 PM)ThunderClap Wrote: I nominate Maverickthecat because he seems knowledgeable in the subject considering the amount of tulpas he has successfully created and I am sure he can use his experience gained from these events to lead new guide writers in the right direction.

(12-07-2013, 04:17 PM)Zero Wrote: - Please try nominating members who you think are fitting for the job
(12-07-2013, 04:17 PM)Zero Wrote: - Please try
(12-07-2013, 04:17 PM)Zero Wrote: - Please
09-08-2014, 08:15 PM
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RE: New GAT Nominations
A lot of these nominees I see are either really inactive or I don't see them being very helpful in general. Among the less active ones would be Yuki, Joshua, Tess and swashy, Joshua and swashy I haven't really seen much activity from at all (pardon me if I'm wrong), Tess having minimal activity and Yuki seeming to only have become active after nominating herself. I can't remember the last time I saw Quora post something other than a complaint, and I need to read more of Quilten's posts before forming an opinion of him - though I do know that he's active, which should be a plus. Dog and sushi seem like fine candidates. I know that this is probably something to mention during the votes, I just wanted to bring to attention what kind of people you will be voting for. I don't think any of them are entirely unsuitable, though perhaps it might be a good idea to add information on each user during the votes? Such as;

- For how long have they been in this community?
- What have they contributed to this community so far?
- What are their tulpa-related skills?
- How knowledgeable are they known to be?
- How active are they?
- How good are they at giving advice?
- How biased are they known to be?
- Miscellaneous but relevant info

I think that if each nominee were given a "profile" of sorts, users would be able to make more informed decisions. It might cost more work, but I doubt that the mindset of this team is to be lazy. This is just a suggestion, but I really think that this would make for better voting.

As for my nomination, I would've personally nominated bersinger for his phenomenal insight, but, considering that everyone would consider that to be a joke vote and most guide writers might not comprehend his advice, I am going to nominate fennecgirl instead. Reason is that I see her being active quite a lot, she does her best to help people out and seems to hold a quite strong and defined opinion on tulpaforcing methods, but does try to stay impartial. I think that she would be a good addition to the GAT because of her unique view of tulpas, and I recall reading that the aim of the GAT was to have members with as varying views as you can have, to minimize bias in the approving of guides.
09-09-2014, 06:13 PM
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RE: New GAT Nominations
(09-09-2014, 06:13 PM)Sierra Wrote: Yuki seeming to only have become active after nominating herself.
I have been active on the IRC more than the forums.

Quote:- For how long have they been in this community?
- What have they contributed to this community so far?
- What are their tulpa-related skills?
- How knowledgeable are they known to be?
- How active are they?
- How good are they at giving advice?
- How biased are they known to be?
- Miscellaneous but relevant info
Sure, I'll answer that.
- My host joined the community in January. I have been active on the IRC for months, now.
- Not a great amount, so I thought I'd give something back by helping out here and adding to guides with thoughts on how to improve them. I helped out the odd newbie on the IRC, I suppose.
- Right now I can full body possess easily and at will. We are working towards switching, and making progress towards it, albeit slow.
- I know a bunch about psychology and sociology thanks to Dutch's background in those fields, and feel like I'm decent at writing, which can help guide writers with their formatting and the tone of their article. I tried demonstrating that in my comment on Seven's guide.
- On IRC all day every day. Guides aren't posted at a fast rate, so I'll be able to keep up easily.
- You can be the judge of that.
- You can be the judge of that.
- Eh.
09-09-2014, 06:27 PM
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I was referring to forum activity since the GAT is a forum-based entity, and it was never the intention for you to answer those questions yourself. How could we get a minimal-biased profile of nominees if the nominees are the ones making the profiles? That's like saying "I'm not biased." - it can not be verified whether you are biased or not purely because you say so. An example of this would be the fact that I disagree with the way you posted advice in Seven's guide (not with everything, but a significant chunk of it), therefore it can at the very least be assumed that your reasoning isn't something that's unanimously agreed on by the community. My view of you is biased and your view of you is biased, but if we combine everyone's views of the nominees and try to compose those into coherent profiles, that will lead to a profile that reflects the nominees' image within the community - which isn't entirely unbiased, but it's as relevant as it needs to be.

Also, this was a suggestion of mine towards the GAT manager, it hasn't been implemented yet, so your post may have been in vain.

I apologize if this sounds rude, I just didn't expect anyone to give a reply like this.
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09-09-2014, 06:32 PM
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Oh, that makes sense. I saw what you posted more as a general "tell us about yourselves" kind of thing. Please disregard my post then, I suppose.
09-09-2014, 06:46 PM
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(09-09-2014, 06:59 PM)Quora Wrote: You are permanently banned from the irc.tulpa.info IRC servers. I am puzzled as to how you claim this.

They go on whatever is left of the tulpa community on Rizon.

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09-09-2014, 07:00 PM
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Which would be #tuppers, #tulpa and #tulpa-forum, unless I'm mistaken.
09-09-2014, 07:05 PM
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Isn't there a GAT channel on Rizon as well?
09-09-2014, 07:20 PM
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I'm withdrawing the joshua nomination, he's out of commission for a while (and was active in the reddit part of the community for what it's worth.)
09-09-2014, 07:26 PM
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(09-09-2014, 06:59 PM)Quora Wrote: You are permanently banned from the irc.tulpa.info IRC servers. I am puzzled as to how you claim this.
What ThunderClap said, and I believe my host was banned, not me. Implying your server is the only one out there is a bit silly, Niichan.
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