I have no answer for you right now beyond the fact that we're aware of the concern. We'll have more to announce regarding ResetEra 2.0 later.SweetNicole I understand we as non-prominent members may not think of all the cool features the team has in mind, but I would like to beg in the most respectful but desperate manner possible: Would you please consider soliciting feedback from the community as a whole before the new version rolls out?
I remember in the very first days of Era how one of the coolest things was how open the development team was, and how we even got to vote in a poll about one of the interface decisions. To me, that encapsulates one of the core values Era was founded on.
Thanks for the hard work everyone has put in, and please let me know if any assistance would be appreciated on the development front.
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Thread itself's on the old site. I think they're still waiting for a response, though. I wish them the best.Whatever happened to our buddy who was trying to leave his home country for Canada? Time is so weird that I can't remember if that took place here or back at the old place.
Anyway, still find this place to be a second home even if it infuriates me sometimes and I get temp banned. Hoping for a bright future for ERA.
JFC... I can't stop seeing that avatar saying that quote to me in my head now. Incoming nightmares.
For all my various frustrations with Era and its community, this was and continues to be really fucking specialA Life Threatening Illness, A Community, and A Dream
What began as a sad thread about Talal being told by doctors that he had only weeks to live transformed into one of the most extraordinary examples of the ResetEra community banding together. With the life of a fellow member on the line, the community remarkably raised the funds to cover the entire cost of his treatment. As a result, long beyond eights week later, Talal is still alive today with his illness is in remission.
Thank you Talal for being brave enough to share such emotional news with the community, for fighting through treatment, and for keeping us in your thoughts every step of the way. Thank you to every member of the community who donated to help Talal or offered well wishes. And thank you to BobLoblaw who went above and beyond to help Talal receive his funds and start his treatment on time. Congratulations again on the remission Talal!