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I'm trying to get email and SMS notifications working, but I've run into an unexpected problem: my ISP is flagging them as spam and not letting me send them. Even when I just send one.

Looks like I'll have to sign up for a professional email service that won't have these problems. Annoying, but at least I'm getting closer!

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You can now schedule events within Hai (check out the left sidebar). At the time of the event, a Google Hangout button will appear on the event, and everyone on the event will be included in the Hangout when you click the Hangout button.

Events work similarly to rooms: they can be invite-only, public/private (not visible on the web), and/or hidden (not listed within Hai).

Dates/times will be automatically converted into your local timezone.

Please test this out! As a solo developer, there was only so many ways I could test this myself, so there may be unexpected bugs.

Oh, while I was at it, I also fixed the tab order, so when you compose a post, pressing tab now goes to the World text box, then to the Post button, then to the Discard button. So when you're done writing, you can just hit tab-tab-space to post.

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A few quick fixes today, thanks to suggestions from @Alan:

  1. The "Leave Room" button on rooms has been moved to the upper-right corner of the page, where folks are less likely to click it accidentally.
  2. In the compose pane, the Public, Comments, and Editable checkboxes should now stay with their labels if they have to wrap down to the next line.

There was also a bug causing @'s to display incorrectly in preview (they worked fine when posted); I've fixed that as well.

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I attempted to reply to a comment in a room and my comment disappeared. After a bit, I noticed that I was also no longer a member of the room. I eventually figured it out: the "Leave room" was below and to the right of the place where my comment preview was rendered, exactly where I'd expect a submit button. I definitely didn't expect to find it to the left of the edit box. I suspect this will surprise other new users.

Also, as I was typing this, the lines immediately below this box looks like:

World: [Hai                          ] ☑ Public ☑
Comments ☐ Editable

I spent some time trying to figure out if comments were allowed or not before I noticed that the matching checkbox was on the previous line. Perhaps a slightly larger back between the options.   might keep the text attached to the label.

Great point on the positioning of the "Leave Room" button! I've moved it to the upper-right corner of the page, underneath the "Member" button.

I hear you on the wrapping with those options, but I couldn't quite parse your recommendation. What do you mean by "a slightly larger back between the options."?

In the meantime, I've tweaked the CSS so that each label should stay with its checkbox on the same line.

I meant a slightly larger space between the options. I have no idea why I actually typed "back."
Ah-ha! Okay, that makes sense. Thanks!
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OK, @ replies should work now, with a new format: You have to surround the name with @ and @, instead of using the old @"Name" format. The version with the quotes caused parsing errors a lot, and the new format is a little quicker to type. The documentation's already been updated.

So, to ping someone, type @ followed by their name, and end it with another @.

Also, you can now drag-and-drop images into room descriptions when creating them. Enjoy!

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As several others noted, comment functions weren't showing up. Turns out there was an update to the PHP on the site that I wasn't aware of, and that changed the behavior of a particular logical test in the code. Comments are working now.

Very sorry about that problem! Social networks aren't nearly as much fun if you can't have conversations in them....
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You can now upload PDFs by dragging-and-dropping them onto the compose pane. The PDF will embed itself in the post, and below it will be an "Open" link that will open the PDF in a separate window.

I'm planning an update that will only embed small to medium size PDFs; large ones will just display a clickable icon (ideally, a thumbnail of the first page).

I fixed a rendering error on the front page that caused things to go out of whack. It has to do with the @ reply system. Unfortunately, @ replies don't work at the moment until I can dig into the problem. For those curious: I was using a simple algorithm to match @ symbols, which meant that if a post contained, say, 2 email addresses, the text between the two @s was rendering as an @ reply. Should be pretty easy to fix, though.
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I posted a link, clicked to follow and then clicked back to come back to the previous page. It prompted me about content form resubmission, but I honestly wasn't paying attention, so it posted again. Not sure what can be done about that, but if going out and back will always come up with a content form resubmission dialogue, I anticipate a lot of double-posts.
OK, thanks for the bug report!
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Hi, @Brent P. Newhall trying out the mention feature
Exactly like that! :-)
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Thanks to suggestions by Andrew Shields and @"SinbadEV" I've decided to add 2 new features in the future:

  1. Drag-and-drop PDFs onto a post and it'll work just like an image. It will auto-upload and display a preview. When posted, you'll be able to click on the PDF and scroll through it within the browser.
  2. Event scheduling, similar to

I also want to add https at some point, but that'll cost some money.

Are those posts or comments only? And is there a hashtag you want us to use for feedback?
Posts and comments will function identically.

Ideally, include feedback in the "Hai" World, or mention me using the standard @" format.
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Hi, all! A bunch of changes today.

  • I fixed a bug that was, er, preventing people from posting publicly. Sorry about that!
  • To mention somebody, start and end the person's name with @ symbols instead of using @"Name". The mention will now be a link to that person's profile, too.
  • When you upload an image, as soon as it's done the progress bar will now disappear and the image will appear in the preview.
  • In rooms, I fixed the message displayed below the compose box about where the post will appear.
  • When creating an account, the suggested password phrases are now closer to a sensible phrase.
  • I clarified the language on the search page and cleaned up the popup when hovering over a user's name.
Hey... been bugged by this one for a while but figured you would get around to it... would it be possible to change the widths/heights of things so there isn't so much "pop" when you mouse over them? (for example:, have the div with class "author" always be 160px wide by 130px tall so it doesn't jump up from 144px by 82px and move everything when you mouse over it.)
Ah, right! Thanks for reminding me. I can't control height because that depends on browser zooming, but I've just changed the width so it doesn't pop left and right, which makes the experience much smoother.

That's been in the back of my mind for weeks. Thanks!
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Thanks to @"AVacc" for pointing out a bug in rooms that made text disappear while you were typing a comment. I've fixed that (it was an issue with the code that shows new posts as they come in).

I've also added user search to the search page as a separate field. Type part of a user's visible name in the user search field to find him or her. You can also add any found users to Teams (or Wave or block those users) right from the search results.

In addition, each user's profile page now includes basic controls for adding that user to Teams, Waving, and blocking. Those controls appear at the top of the page.
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Added some login features today.

  • When logging in, you can now click a checkbox to remain logged in for 30 days. This will set a cookie in your browser. Logging out clears the cookie.
  • There's now a separate Create Account page. The previous system, where people entered a username and password in the login fields, just confused people. This page also displays random words you can use as a seed for a long password.
  • I've changed the password policy to require 10-character passwords and only one special character, digit, or upper-case letter. This only applies to new passwords from now on, so you don't have to change your password if it's less than 10 characters.

I've also noticed some weird behavior around Waves that I'm looking into. Some Waves showed up for me briefly on the wrong pages, and it looks like there was a blank Wave created. Seems to be working okay now based on my simple tests, but let me know if you're having any problems.

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You can now private message anyone on Hai with "Waves." Hover your mouse over their profile picture and click the Wave link to write a new private message to that person. They'll get a Ping about it. The new Waves page on the navbar will show you all your Waves, which will also be shown in your Teams and Everything streams.

I've also moved the Everything link on the navbar down towards the bottom, to sort those links from more personal at the top to more general at the bottom. I'm still not completely happy with the organization over there, but that feels more logical for now.

How do you think the navbar should be organized?

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Another quick update: mobile now looks and works much better. I had trouble with the mobile-specific CSS a while ago, and I've now fixed it so that should work pretty well on a given phone or tablet. Fonts are reasonable sizes and all that.
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A feature and a bug fix today!

  • Search now looks for each word you type instead of the whole phrase. So, if you search for yamaha speaker it will search for posts and comments containing yamaha and containing speaker, instead of posts that only contain the exact phrase yamaha speaker. Search also supports negation (search for posts that don't contain a word), and quoted phrases (so you can search for doctor who ). It's all documented on the search page.
  • I've fixed the Load More Posts button at the bottom of pages, so it loads posts correctly no matter how many there are. I've tested this for several pages of results and it looks like it works perfectly; no missing posts on the boundary between pages or anything.

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Several cool features today:

  • You can now block users by hovering over their profile picture and clicking the Block link. You'll get a verification popup. You can see everyone you've blocked on your account page and unblock people from there.
  • Worlds and Rooms now have human-readable URLs, like
  • Posts now have a Comments checkbox that's checked by default. Uncheck it, and comments are not allowed on the post.
  • When you create your account, you are now directed to your account page so you can set your visible name, profile picture, etc.

Next: Better search, and improving the Load More Posts button so it works consistently (right now, I think it only works for the second page of results).

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Doing a lot of boring behind-the-scenes lately. I plan to move on to more exciting stuff now that I've done this:

  • You can now import an account from an XML file that you've exported. your account page contains an Export Your Account button which will export all your account info, posts, comments, images, and videos as an XML file. And now it has an Import Your Account button which will take that XML file and import it into your account. So, if you ever want to leave Hai, you can take your account with you, and can always plug all that back into Hai later. Comments will even re-appear on the posts to which they were assigned.
  • You can now add a security question and answer to your account. You can then answer that question to reset your password, even if your email/phone are out of date.
  • I also fixed a bug that caused comment history to appear in the main lists. Comment history now only appears if you view a post on its own.

Next: blocking users, human-readable URLs for worlds and rooms (such as, and better search (right now it just searches for the whole phrase you typed, instead of splitting it into words).

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A few more additions today as I was playing around:

Hai now stores and displays a history of comments. Click on a post's timestamp in the upper-left corner of the post to view all previous edits to the post and its comments.

As @"Marcus" suggested, I've improved the die roller so you can optionally see each die roll. If you add "p" to the end of any dice notation, it'll print the rolls. Example:

17 (rolled 6,5,6 on 3d6p)

I've also planned out how to handle account import, and I'm noodling with a feature that will take a movie or book title and automatically italicize it and link to its IMDb or Amazon entry.

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24 (rolled 2,10,5,4,1,2 on 5d10ep)

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A few little things today.

You can export your account as an XML file. Just go to your account page and click the Export Your Account button near the bottom of the page.

This XML document is human-readable, so you can skim through it and pull out whatever you'd like. It includes your account information, posts, comments, images, and videos.

I'm working on an account import feature, too, but that'll take a little longer. The important thing is that you can get all your data out of Hai.

If you edit a post that someone else wrote, you can no longer change the Public or Editable checkboxes on that post. You can change the World, though, since the author may not have associated it correctly.

Next up: Account import and keeping a history of comments.
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An important if rarely needed feature today: you can now delete your account. Go to your account page and click the Delete account button. You'll get a confirmation page explaining what it does before it deletes anything. :-)

This will delete all your posts, comments, images, and videos, and will remove you from any Rooms you joined. And, of course, it'll delete all your account information, including your profile image.

The only thing it can't remove are edits you made to posts that other people marked as editable.

I wrote this feature now because I want people to feel safe in using Hai. I want them to know that if they want to remove all their content from Hai, the site will actually and completely delete their account. It doesn't wait around for some unknown time like on Facebook, nor will Hai only delete some of your information. It'll be all gone.

Next: exporting (and importing!) all your data, so you can move on and keep whatever you wrote.
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Hey, see that little search box in the left-hand sidebar? You can search posts and comments now!

I've also re-added the link to recover your password to the login box.

I spent a couple hours today trying to get Facebook/Twitter cross-posting to work, but I'm, errr, not quite there yet. I think I'm going to move on to account deletion and exporting/importing your account.

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Just introducing myself. I'm a geek, a roleplayer, and computer enthusiast hoping to become a profesional. I have several years of college under my belt including a couple years as a physics major undergrad and a few as an English major.

Other than that just saying hello here because I'm not sure where else to say it.
Welcome! :-)
[rolled]Welcome! dGreeting[/rolled]
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Hai has a die roller now. Check out the formatting page for the notation. It's basically [ ROLL ] 1d6 [ /ROLL ] or [ ROLL 1d6 ] (without the spaces).

It supports XdY, XdF (Fudge/Fate dice), and Xd% (percentile). And you can add/subtract bonuses (XdY+Z), so all of these are valid:

4d8e (8's "explode" and are rolled again)
I am 54 (1d%) thrilled.
Odd... it acts like it's going to work and then doesn't... posts only maybe?
Whoops! Indeed. Should be fixed now: 81 (1d%)

(Try editing your comment and it should take.)
Incidentally, all edits to a post are recorded, and I've made a note to do the same for all comments. So you'll be able to go back and look at any posts or comments to ensure someone didn't alter the roll's result.
What happens if I try to edit a post with a roll-that-has-already-been-rolled? 0 (42dF)

Oh, nifty...

13 (2d6)

OK, Honour system then :P

Also, suspicious of that zero...

-2 (42dF)-3 (42dF)-8 (42dF)1 (42dF)

Ah, case sensitive Fs

0 (1df)0 (1df)

I don't know.

0 (dF)0 (df)-1 (1dF)0 (1df)
Well, as I wrote above, I will be recording all changes to comments and will display them as well.

But also, yeah, to an extent there's only so much you can do to stop cheating.
54 (5d10e)

Hmmm ... is there ay way to add an option to show the specific die rolls as well? It would be nice to know what the values of each die was.
Certainly possible! I'll add that to the feature list.
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It would be nice to be able to link to your own "About" page, so you can see what it looks like.
Hmmmm. Yeah. You can click on your own name on a post, but that's not exactly obvious. Thanks, let me think about where best to put that.
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A bunch more changes today.

  • You can now choose which of your subscribed Worlds and Rooms are listed publicly on your profile page. Whatever you type in your About box appears on your profile page, too. This lets you show other people your interests.
  • Rooms auto-update as new posts arrive. So rooms now work very much like chatrooms.
  • When editing a post, the World field now persists (you had to manually re-type it every time you edited before).
  • I've fixed an issue which confused invite-only with password-protected when joining a Room.
  • I fixed a bug on the hasthag page that was causing an error message to appear.
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That's right, I haven't forgotten the site!

I've changed how logging in works. Now, when you go to you'll see an introduction in the center and a login form to the right. All Worlds and (public) Rooms are displayed in the left, like you're logged in. You can then browse those Worlds and Rooms.

This means you can read Worlds and Rooms even if you're not logged in (but only if they've been set public).

Also, the "Post Formatting" sidebar on the right stays hidden until you actually write a post.

I've added history for posts, so when a post is edited, previous versions are stored. I don't have an interface for displaying old versions yet, though. They're being stored in the database, at least.

Also, editing a post sets the Public and Editable checkboxes correctly now.

Next: showing subscribed Worlds/Rooms on your profile (so you can show people your interests), adding a die roller, and fixing a bug in editing room posts.
Also fixed a bug when editing posts that was erasing their World association.
Fixed the bug when editing room posts, too.

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Looking nice

Slight problem at account creation. Apparently kanji and even '!' are not symbols!

Funny that.
Well, kanji are letters. :-)

Interesting about exclamation points. Thanks! Will look into that.

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@"Brent P. Newhall" Hey, I finally got around to signing up. Looks pretty slick so far. Can't wait to break something!
Awesome! Feel free to create some worlds and rooms. :-)
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There we go. You can now make posts editable. Anyone who can see the post can edit it.
Nice ... basically mini-Wiki posts. :D
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You can now start text with an @ and a " to mention a user, who will be pinged about the post and any future comments. Typing an @ followed by a " followed by a user's name will pop up a list of everyone matching in your teams; click on a suggestion to auto-fill it.

You can now broadcast someone else's post by clicking Broadcast in the gray toolbar beneath anyone else's post. This will broadcast it to anyone who's added you to a team, kinda like re-tumbling.

  • You can have
    • multi-level
      • lists
      • using multiple *'s or #'s
      • at the beginning of the line

You can drag-and-drop images onto the comments text box to upload and embed them in your comment.

Lists of all Worlds and Rooms now appear on the main page when you're not logged in. That should get people curious. Anyone can click those to view the Worlds and/or Rooms.

I also fixed the compose text box so it will only show up if you're logged in. Oops!

Next on the list: You'll be able to cross-post to Facebook or Twitter, rooms will automatically update as new posts come in, and you'll be able to block users and export all your data.
Screenshot of Weirdness:

The background on "Mentions" in reply comments isn't filled.
@"SinbadEV" Thanks for the bug report!

Hmmm. What browser/OS are you using? (It's weird; that box very much has a background in the CSS, and I can't replicate that in any of my test environments so far.)
Oh wait, yeah, I'm seeing it in comments but not in posts. Weird. Digging into it now.
OK, found the issue (the comment box was restricted to a certain height). Fixed!
Chrome 38 on Windows 7

After some digging and manual CSS mucking I think it's a sorting issue. The background is there but it is behind the next post (while the text is somehow on top of the next post) so did some digging and found that in order for z-index to work in Chrome you also need to set "position: relative" (Chrome let's you alter CSS and I got the expected result when I added position: relative; to .reply-suggestions)
Your altering of the comment box height also fixed it (the comment box used to overlap the next post so now, since it doesn't overlap to begin with, the sorting issue is also a non-issue)
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A bunch more changes in the last couple days:

  • You can now drag-and-drop images into the compose window and the files will auto-upload to Hai and embed into the bottom of your post. You can then move them anywhere you want in the post; they're embedded just like any other image URL. There's now an "Images" area under your Account link, too, which shows all the images you've uploaded.
  • You now have an "About Me" section on your account page. It's a free-form text field you can use to describe your interests and such. I plan to let you list your favorite Worlds and Rooms on your account page, too, so you can find other people with similar interests.
  • As you type in the name of a World, up to 10 matches are displayed as hints. This'll let you place things in existing Worlds more easily. Clicking on one of those hints auto-completes the World name.
  • There's now a complete moderator interface for rooms. Moderators can kick people, make others mods, and change the room's topic and other parameters.
  • While we're at it, rooms can now be made public (visible on the web), invite-only (only moderators can add members), or password-protected (you must enter a password to join the room).

I also cleaned up some code and fixed a couple of limitations.

I'm still working on @ replies (which will work like +'ing a user on G+) and broadcasting of posts (which will work kinda like re-tumbling). I'd also like to add multi-level lists (that is, sub-items within lists) soon.
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Since I can't seem to go to sleep tonight, a few more features!

  • You can now track a post. Hover over the post to display the gray action bar and click Track. You will now get pinged when a new comment is added to the post, even if you're not part of that conversation.
  • Speaking of pings, on your pings page, hover over a ping to load the post in a pane on the right of the page. I love this feature; it makes the ping's context much more clear.
  • While you type a password in the login/account creation page, password requirements are displayed below the password field.
  • When you edit a post, if you change the name of the World in the World field, the post will now get placed in the newly entered World.
  • I've tightened up the spacing in the left sidebar.

Coming up:

  • As you type a name into the World field, it should display a list of all the matching World names. For example, if a World named Doctor Who already exists, then as you type "doctor" the phrase Doctor Who should pop up in a little hint box (along with any other Worlds containing "doctor" in the name). And you should be able to click on that to fill in the World name.
  • @ replies. Specifically: Adding a person's name to a post or comment, which in turn adds them to pings about the post. I think you'll just type "@" followed by a person's visible name, which the system will automatically replace with the user's username in the code. Will have to deal with dupes, though (multiple John Smiths). Hmmm.
  • Broadcasting. This is like re-sharing, but without creating a new post. So if Bob broadcasts Alice's post, the post will show up for everyone who has Bob in their teams. The post will also mention that it was rebroadcast by Bob.
Wow! This is really shaping up! I'll have to play around for a bit.

I really like the mouse-over functionality on pings. I think it's a great little innovation. :D
Thanks! Yeah, I'm very happy with how the ping hover feature turned out.
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A big new feature, plus a bunch of tweaks.

The feature: rooms. These are areas of walled-off discussion; posts within a room only appear there. They otherwise work just like regular posts, though.

I envision rooms as a bit like IRC chat rooms. They're meant for higher-traffic conversation, as well as private discussions. Eventually, I want the stream to auto-update as new posts come in, as well.

The tweaks are:

  • You can now edit your comments. Hover over a comment for an Edit link.
  • Pings list the author of the new comment. User names are also now displayed consistently across the site (if using your real name, your name is bold, for example).
  • The Worlds page now lists all the worlds on Hai.
  • Speaking of Worlds, there's now a compose pane on World pages, which defaults new posts to that World.
  • I've also been tweaking the mobile display to fix some rendering issues. Not quite there yet, but getting closer.

And here's what I'm working on next:

  • Subscribing to a post, so you get pinged when there are updates even if you haven't commented on it.
  • When editing a post and changing its World, the code currently doesn't move the post to the new World. Whoops!
  • Some way to display the original post's content when looking at a ping, without loading a new page. Toying with some ideas....
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Probably just a "polish" issue but I feel like the "Write Post" interface should be on world views and should default to that world.

That said, I was trying to think of a world to post something to and having trouble picking.

If I want to talk about the Guardians of the Galaxy movie do I put it in the "Marvel" world, the "Movie" world, the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" world or the "Comics and Genre Fiction" world.

What would be nice, I think, would be for there to be something like "nesting" but in a way that allows a post to exist in multiple worlds.

So the "Marvel" world would fit into the "Comics" and "Genre Fiction" worlds and the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" would fit into the "Marvel" and "Movie" worlds... and if I subscribe to a "parent" world I would see posts from it's "children".

It might just be easier once there are more existing worlds to play with.
Also... You can apparently subscribe to the same world multiple times... that seems sub-optimal
Thanks for the note on the "Write Post" interface in Worlds. Yeah, just haven't gotten to that yet. :-)

Your idea of joining Words into a hierarchy is brilliant. I've been searching for a good way of handling that issue, and that's exactly how to do that. I've added it to my to-do list.
FYI, I just added the compose pane to each World's page. It doesn't default to that World yet, but at least you can post from there now. Silly me!
And fixed. Posts now default to the World in which they're composed (see this post).

And you shouldn't be able to subscribe to the same world multiple times now. Lemme know if that crops up again!
Cool! Any idea how to remove the 5 duplicate world subscriptions I already have?
I've just removed them manually.
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Some of you have likely already noticed the new Pings link on the left. We now have notifications! That shows you all new comments on posts that you either wrote or commented on.

On the Pings page, new pings appear in black and ones you've already seen are gray.

I want to add a cool double-pane feature to it, but at least it works for now.

Next on the feature list:

  • Editing your own comments. This is a little tricky.
  • Rooms, my name for moderated discussion groups. Think chat room or mailing list. Each room will have a unique name, a set of moderators, and various levels of permissions and visibility.
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A few improvements today:

  • When you post, you're now taken back to the page you were on, instead of going to your "All" stream.
  • Ditto when adding someone to a team.
  • You can no longer double-post.

Next up: notifications when someone comments on a post you wrote or commented on. This will work kind of like Google+. You'll have a small link, with the number of unread notifications next to it. Clicking that will list all your notifications, starting with the most recent.

For now, notifications will list on a separate page. I'd like to make it a JavaScript widget like G+.'s.
Thanks for sharing this experiment! I'm enjoying the process.
Cool! :-) Thanks for the thanks.
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Another small note ... when I look at the "All" Teams view, I can see my posts. However, if I select one of my custom Teams, my posts do not show up. It was a bit disconcerting to write a post and then have my view jump back to my "HAI!" team view, and not see my own post.

Should your own posts show up in your Team views, or should they not? I can see a case for either situation, but I'm not a fan of having my posts show up in "All" but not in other Teams (and you can't add yourself to any Teams). Something to think about ...
Good point, yeah, I'll have to think about that. It should be consistent.

What do you all think? Should your posts show up in all your team streams, or none of them?
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I like the set of features you are cultivating here. They look like they'll be interesting and useful for a small community.

I don't suppose you're working on a stats page of some sort, or have one already? (number of users, number of posts, activity levels throughout the day ... etc.)

Stats are a great idea! I just put this together:
That's a nice start, and gives an idea of the size of your current audience. :D